The Bawku Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Gyambibi Boateng, has dedicated the newly built Zebilla District mission house.
The 5-bedroom apartment was dedicated on August 6, 2022.
The construction of the new mission house commenced in 2019 by the immediate past District Minister, Pastor George Tackie, due to the deteriorating nature of the old mission house, which was constructed in 2000.
Delivering a sermon at the service on the title, “Divine Call and Radiated Mission House,” the Bawku Area Secretary, Pastor Joel Essel Donkoh, who doubles as the Bawku District Minister, charged Christians to take their positions as servants and witnesses of God because of the divine call upon their lives.
Quoting from Acts 26:16-18, Ephesians 5:16, 2 Corinthians 4:4, Pastor Donkoh explained the benefits of a mission house, urging Christians to endeavour to visit mission houses to tap the blessings of it.
The old mission house has accommodated six ministers. They are Pastor Samuel Kofi Yanney, Pastor Owusu Boadi (late), Pastor Kwasi Afoakwah Duah, Pastor Thomas Appiah, Pastor Emmanuel Yarquah, and Pastor George Kwaku Tackie.
Present at the dedication service were the Bawku Area Pastorate and their wife, members of the Zebilla District, and well-wishers.
In a related development, Apostle Eric Gyambibi Boateng has laid the foundation stone of the English Assembly auditorium of Zebilla District.
Report by Bawku Area Media Team.