PENSA Techiman Sector Inaugurated

The newly created Techiman Sector of the Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) has been officially inaugurated to the glory of God.

The inauguration service took place at the Nazareth Assembly in the Kintampo Newtown District of The Church of Pentecost on September 6, 2022. The service also coincided with the welcome service for the Traveling Secretary for the sector, Pastor Robert Dwumah, and his family.

The Kintampo Area Head, Pastor Francis Agyeman Badu, in an address said that the leadership of the Church saw the need to create the Techiman Sector of PENSA out of the former Brong-Ahafo Sector, considering the wide distances of the schools in the region.

He added that the seat of the sector is at the College of Health, Kintampo as the Travelling Secretary will be housed in Kintampo.

”The schools that form the Techiman Sector are drawn from two administrative Areas of the church – Techiman and Kintampo areas,“ he added.

The Jema Nkwanta District Minister of the church, Overseer Prince Augustine Ababio, delivering the sermon on the title, “Arise and Build,” called on all and sundry within the two Areas to come along with their skills and expertise to help build a glorious and vibrant sector.

Using Nehemiah 2:17-20 and Matthew 9:37 as his main texts, he mentioned that in every dispensation, God calls a man out of the people, equips and unleashes him to go and fulfill a particular need or purpose.

He explained that just as Nehemiah had the burden of rebuilding the broken walls of Jerusalem which he did assiduously irrespective of the opposition, members of the church also need to rise to the occasion and build a strong and vibrant sector, for the Lord will surely be gracious to them.

He added that to be able to arise and build a formidable PENSA sector, there is the need to be fully committed to the work, work together as a team, turn to God for help when facing any problem, and help and encourage one another.

Pastor Akwasi Amponsah, the Kintampo Area Secretary, introduced the Sector Coordinating team members to the congregation, after which they were prayed for.

In attendance were Mrs Theresa Agyemang Badu (wife of the Area Head), some ministers and their wives, officers in the Kintampo Area, as well as some PENSA members within the sector.

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