Pentecost University is adding Consistently to its Gains – Prof. Otoo Ellis
The Chairman of the Pentecost University Council, Rev. Prof. William Otoo Ellis has expressed his satisfaction with the consistent gains the university is making in the private higher education space.
Delivering a sermon at the 2021 Annual Staff & Prayer retreat on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, Rev. Prof. Ellis said “often, people want to do big things at once, but from my experience, doing the little things and adding to the gains in a consistent manner give better and more sustainable results,” adding that” this is what I see Pentecost University doing and thereby giving it a great future.”
The former KNUST Vice-Chancellor and Children Ministry Director of the Church of Pentecost therefore encouraged staff of the University to bring their ideas to bear to build the institution.
He said “many people have ideas but choose to release one at a time at meetings while withholding the majority; but I encourage you to bring out your best ideas to support the PU Management’s transformation agenda.”
The Management and Staff Retreat is an annual event on the University’s calendar held prior to the commencement of every academic year at the Sowutuom campus. This year’s retreat is a three-day fasting and prayer meeting to thank God for the Pentecost University Charter anniversary and also pray for the Pentecost University offering which comes off on 27th June 2021 across all assemblies of the Church of Pentecost worldwide.