The Chief Executive Officer of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Hon. Elizabeth Sackey, fellowshipped with the Kwabenya Point One (KP1) District of The Church of Pentecost as part of this year’s Children’s Ministry Week Celebrations.
The Accra Mayor, who is a Deaconess of The Church of Pentecost, was a speaker for a two-day event for mothers, dubbed: “Extraordinary Power Packed Revival for All Mothers.”
The event is being jointly organized with the Women’s Ministry at the Kwabenya Point One Central Assembly church auditorium.
Speaking on the topic: “Impacting the Children in Your Community with Godly Values and Principles as a Mother,” on the first day of the event, Hon. Sackey recounted God’s numerous promises for children and their mothers.
Quoting from Psalm 127:3, Psalm 11:3, Proverbs 22:6, and Matthew 12:37 in her exposition, she accentuated the three cardinal indicators parents should be careful with: what they say, what they do, and how their children ask questions.
Deaconess Sackey further encouraged mothers present not to fear the power of the Devil and to keep instilling godly values and principles in their wards for them to reflect the true identity of Christ Jesus our Lord.
She added that mothers should be watchful of the words they pronounce into the life of their wards.
Concluding her sermon, she urged all participants to have confidence in the Lord and put their trust in Him because He will surely supply all their needs.
She admonished the mothers to set up community children’s clubs in their communities and finally encourage them to keep pressing on the goal assigned to them as mothers, for God is a faithful rewarder.
To the glory of God, 75 women were present, while three men also participated in the service.
Other distinguished persons present at the event were Deaconess Abena Pomaa (Born Again Worship Centre), Deaconess Mavis Awuah (District Women’s Ministry Leader KP1), Deacon Joyce Ohenewaa (Assistant District Leader KP1), Deaconess Augustina Akuffo (District Secretary, KP1), and Dcns Patricia Biney (Executive Committee Member, KP1).