The National Director of the Church of Pentecost – Ghana Women’s Ministry, Mrs. Beatrice Evelyn Kwaffo, has said that the beauty of Christian life is in the ability of people in all classes to dwell, worship and work peacefully together.
She said this when she inaugurated the Agona Swedru Area Professional Ladies Chapter of the church women’s ministry at a special thanksgiving church service at Agona Swedru.
The programme, under the theme ‘Discipled to disciple whether at your workplace for Christ,’ was attended by delegates from the 25 districts forming the Agona Swedru Area church.
They include Ankamu, Apam, Breman Asikuma Brukwa, Winneba, Abasarba, Nkum, Bobikumma, Odoben, Kweyako, Ajumako and Agona Swedru.
Mrs. Kwaffo said to serve humanity with their academic endeavours, talents and prowess would please the God whom they love, adding that they should let their light shine before men.
“You shall let your expertise be tapped by others, help improve the church spiritually, socially, emotionally morally and intellectually with their presence”.
Mrs. Kwaffo advised them “to represent each and everyone’s view, be content with what you have and ensure that you polish, it to the benefit of the entire society”.
She added that bringing them together could help strategize ways of organizing educative and recreational programmes in the church, and to support the less-privileged with their limited recourses.
Mrs. Coleman, the area leader on behalf of the executive expressed her appreciation to all who in diverse way contributed towards the inauguration of the branch chapter.
Mrs. Ekuwah Asumane, Kasoa Area Veteran Women’s leader of the church, said as disciples of the lord, it is a duty to let God lead them in all their endeavors especially to propagated the word or God to lost souls to return to him.
Rev. Festus Adu Yaboah, Head Pastor of Agona Swedru Chapel Square Church of Pentecost, urged the members of the club to share their experiences with others on the need to invest more into the education of their children to enable them become future patriotic citizens.