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Women Of God, Fulfill Your Divine Mandates – Mrs Kyei Boate

The wife of the district minister for Barekese District of The Church of Pentecost, Mrs Grace Kyei Boate, has charged Christian women to strive to fulfill their divine mandates.

She made this call during the climax of the biannual Women’s Ministry Week celebration at the Asikam Assembly on Sunday, May 12, 2024.

Speaking on the theme, ‘Woman of God Unleashed to Transform your world’ – Genesis 2:21-24, Luke 10:41-42, Mrs Boate indicated that right from the start of the early church and in Jesus’ ministry, the presence of women has been greatly felt.

She highlighted the significant contributions of women in the early church, citing women like Mary, the sister of Martha, who prioritised listening to Jesus over material possessions.

Mrs Boate encouraged women to move beyond traditional roles of serving and kitchen duties, urging them to be active in ministry and make a lasting impact.

She emphasised that women now have the opportunity to play a vital role in advancing the gospel, referencing past women like Madam Christiana Obo who dedicated resources to spreading the gospel during the days of Pastor James McKeown (Founder of The Church of Pentecost), while charging women to walk and work in the grace of the likes of Mama Eunice Addison, whom the Lord used to receive many of the songs sang in The Church of Pentecost.

Mrs Boate stressed that the grace and anointing for ministry are not exclusive to men but are available to all women. She encouraged women to seek God for empowerment and to utilise the gifts and graces bestowed upon them.

Making reference to the Chairman’s State-of-the-Church address recently delivered at the 18th Extraordinary Council Meeting, she said the report mentioned that over 75,000 deaconesses serve in The Church of Pentecost which is very remarkable. However, there is a need for this number to translate into more souls, more commitment and more advancement of the gospel, she concluded.

Report by Barekese District Media Team

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