As part of the annual religious activities held on campus, Pentecost University College has held another edition of Missions at the James McKeown Auditorium of the school to strengthen the prayer lives of students.
The five -day program which was very much anticipated by both the staff and students of the University was held on the theme “Possessing the Land”.
The spirit-filled event saw seasoned ministers preach about transforming attitudes in order to achieve the greatness the Lord has in store for His children.
Some of the speakers included Apostle Dr. Daniel Walker, Apostle Christian Tsekpoe among other Ministers of the Gospel.
From the left Rev Nelson Adu (school Chaplain), middle Dr Apostle Daniel Walker (Rector) and Apostle Christian Tsekpoe (one of the speakers)
During the sermons, students were encouraged to throw away bad conduct like bribery and corruption and take up good traits like honesty and integrity.
Speaking at the program, Apostle Christian Tsekpoe dared the students to be hungry for transformation in the nation and to seek God in our professional lives.
“If we invite God into every sector of the nation, Ghana will still be the way it is. It takes just one person to change and that will cause a change in the organisation, society and nation at large”, he stated.
Amidst all the emphatic proclamations, students and staff jubilantly danced to songs by the mass choir and other solo and group ministrations.
The atmosphere was charged as the students prayed for the nation on the last but one day and ended it by singing the National Anthems of Ghana and Nigeria.
On the last day, which was a Saturday, students danced for hours to praise songs.
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