The chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has asked the various groupings in the church to bring their expertise to champion the vision 2023 agenda of the church in its stride to possess nations.
Apostle Nyamekye was speaking during the inauguration of the Pentecost Professionals Network at Gomoa Fetteh in the Central region on Wednesday.
The professional groupings included the Church of Pentecost Health Professionals Network (COPHNet), Pentecost Built Environment Guild, Pentecost Media Guild, Pentecost Finance/Banking Guild, Pentecost Educationists Guild, Pentecost Judicial Workers Guild, Pentecost Business Men and Women Network, Pentecost Music/Entertainment Guild, Pentecost IT Guild, and Pentecost Hospitality Guild.
The groupings were initiated by some individuals in line with Vision 2023 of the Church which centres on equipping and deploying the members to affect every sphere of society with values and principles of the Kingdom of God.
Addressing members of the guilds, at a mammoth convention, Apostle Nyamekye said the groups are to serve as equipping platforms for the members and to position them to be channels of love through whom God’s divine resources would flow to meet the needs and the helplessness of society.
“Through these platforms, we believe an enabling environment shall be created for our members across the nation to consciously minister to their various spheres of influence with the aim of contributing to the needed change Vision 2023 envisions for the nation.
“Witnessing this day, therefore, makes my heart glad, knowing well that our members have caught the spirit of the vision and are ready to run with it. By this, I see a church very much ready to focus a lot more attention on the practice of being God’s representative on earth,” he said.
According to the Chairman, to be able to transform the spiritual, social, economic and political fabric of nations, “we will have to pay attention to being the salt and light in this perverse world.”