9 New Special Initiatives Under Vision 2028 – The Church of Pentecost

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At the just ended 2023 November Heads Meeting of the Church of Pentecost at Pentecost Convention Center, the ultramodern multipurpose Christian hospitality service center, 9 new special initiatives under the vision 2028 were introduced. The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye, unveiled the Vision 2028 document, the five-year working document of the Church of Pentecost for the next 5 years marking his second term of office as Chairman. Highlights from the vision document include the 9 new special initiatives under vision 2028 of the Church of Pentecost.

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9 New Special Initiatives Under Vision 2028 – The Church of Pentecost

  1. Piloting the “City Church Concept”.
  2. Ministry to celebrities.
  3. Introduction of the Church of Pentecost e-Church (Digital Church or online Assembly).
  4. Youth Ministry to meet weekly (either Monday or Saturday).
  5. Youth Ministry Week to be celebrated annually.
  6. Developing a child protection and safety policy.
  7. Provision of chaplaincy services to the 5 main teaching hospitals, orphans, the Aged, Refugees and Migrants’ Camp
  8. Digital transformation.
  9. Annual Residential conferences for Christian proprietors.

The Vision 2028 of the Church of Pentecost is a continuation of the Vision 2023 which spans from the year 2018 to 2023 outlining the working vision document under the first 5 years tenure of office of the Chairman, Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye. However, Vision 2028 is the Phase II of the Vision 2023 document dubbed, “The Possessing the Nations Agenda”.

The new vision is expected to cover the periods between 2023 and 2028 with the theme, “Possessing the Nations Part 2 – Unleashing the Whole Church for the transformation of their world with the values and principles of the kingdom of God.”

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Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye while addressing Heads and ministers at the 2023 November Heads Meeting disclosed that “While Vision 2023 (Phase I of the Possessing the Nations Agenda) focused on equipping our members, Vision 2028 (Phase 2) would focus on unleashing these equipped members into the world as agents of transformation,”

The Chairman, Aps. Nyamekye added that “In the past five years, we have focused on equipping the church to possess the nations. However, equipping people does not guarantee they will take the necessary actions in their communities to possess the world for Jesus Christ. It requires a systematic effort to strategically unleash the vast potential currently within the church. A church, equipped, must be unleashed to transform the world.”

The above enlisted 9 new special initiatives under vision 2028 will assist the church to achieve its divine mandate in the next 5 years.

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