HOUSE OF FAITH MINISTRIES DEDICATES NEW TEMPLE
Published: 04 July 2017
Last Updated: 04 July 2017
04 Jul 2017
House of Faith Worldwide Ministries, a Charismatic and Missions Church based in Kumasi last Saturday dedicated their new church building to the Lord.
At an elaborate and colorful ceremony at the premises of the new Temple, the church had in attendance all its Pastors across the country as well as branch heads and missionaries from all over the world as it continued its 30th year anniversary celebrations.
Rev Douglas Okonah Frempong, visiting minister being assisted by Reverend Alfred Nyamekye, General Overseer of the House of Faith Worldwide Ministries to cut the ribbon to the refurbished temple at Suame
With background music and inspiring songs from the Church's Choir, worshipers were ushered into the new building in what could best be described as a choreographed style as members sang praises to God for how far he had brought them.
In his succinct comments before unveiling a plaque to the Temple, the Visiting Officiating Minister, and Reverend Douglas Okonah Frempong commended the General Overseer, Reverend Alfred Nyamekye for carrying on the vision God gave him 30 years ago.
According to him, it was important that Believers as well as the Church continue to carry on the mandate given to it by Christ Jesus.
According to Rev Frempong, it is mandatory for the Church to attend to soul winning with all seriousness it deserves.
''It is important that we as the body of Christ carry his vision along by winning the unsaved world for Christ Jesus'', Rev Frempong noted.
He, therefore, praised the House of Faith Ministries for being a church whose delight and vision is to continually seek for the salvation of people who have not heard about Christ.
Rev Frempong also urged Christians to live exemplary lives so as to enable them win over those who have not accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Speaking to media during the ceremony, Elder Kofi Adu Dankwah of the House of Faith Ministries acknowledged the grace God had given to the church to come thus far.
According to him, the journey had not been easy with myriads of challenges, but added that God gave them strength at every step of the way.
''The journey had not been easy but looking at how far God has brought us we can only say Ebenezer to Him alone'', Elder Dankwah posited.
He stressed the focus of the church and intimated the resolve by members and Pastors to continually use their lives to speak to others who do not know Christ so as to ensure the many enter the Kingdom of God.
Story by Michael Ofosu-Afriyie, Kumasi