Youth Ministry Launches PENSA Discipleship Program Manual web

Youth Ministry Launches PENSA Discipleship Program Manual

The Director of the Youth Ministry of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Ebenezer Hagan, has unveiled a comprehensive manual for the Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) discipleship program.

This event took place on September 9, 2023, at the ongoing PENSA Ghana Leaders’ Retreat (PGLR), held at the PENSA Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Building Site.

During the launch ceremony, the Youth Director passionately explained that the PENSA Discipleship Program (PDP) is a distinctive initiative born out of the Youth Ministry’s overarching vision: “Growing Deep Roots in Christ, Leading for Maximum Impact, Reaching Everyone, and Taking Over Everywhere for Jesus,” firmly rooted in the scriptures of Colossians 2:6,7 and 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20.

He emphasised that the program’s primary goal is to help young individuals establish godly connections and inspire one another to deepen their faith in Christ and actively pursue acts of goodness.

This newly introduced manual will be instrumental in training PDP leaders and will serve as the blueprint for the efficient implementation of the program.

Following the Director’s address, the Deputy Youth Director, Elder Professor Appau Asante, offered heartfelt prayers for the success of the PDP.

Apostle Hagan then formally presented the manual to the leadership of PENSA Ghana.

In response, Elder Samuel Boahen, the coordinator of PENSA Ghana, expressed gratitude on behalf of the organization and pledged full commitment to ensuring the effective execution of the manual.

The ongoing PENSA Leaders’ Retreat has drawn the participation of over 700 student leaders from the Church, PENSA Traveling Secretaries, resident campus ministers, and their spouses, along with members of the National Executive Committee of the Youth Ministry.

This annual retreat, which serves as a nurturing ground for current and future leaders within the Church and the nation, is designed to equip, refine leadership skills, and unleash the spiritual gifts of all participants to have a profound impact on campuses and the nation as a whole.

Report by Youth Ministry Media Team

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