PIWC Sakumono Women’s Ministry visits New Life orphanage
Source: Yaa Asantewaah Adu Boahene
The Women’s Ministry of Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) Sakumono has visited the new life orphanage home behind the Junction Mall, Nungua. In Accra on Saturday December 18, 2021.
The visit which took place on Saturday, December 18 sought to put smiles and joy on the faces of the young ones during this year’s Christmas celebrations.
Items worth about Twelve thousand Ghana cedis (GHS 12,000.00) and a cash donation of GHC 2,000 were donated to the home.
Some of the items donated included bags of rice, breakfast cereals, buckets, assorted drinks, biscuits, bottled water, cooking oil, clothes, and shoes. The rest were Toilet roll, sanitary pads, baby diapers among other.
The Ministry also fellowshipped with children and encouraged them to live for the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
In an exhortation, the Resident Minister for PIWC -Sakumono, Mrs. Eunice Owusu Sekyere Kwarteng quoted 2 Timothy 3:15 and Luke 2:52 and asked the children to read their Bibles and pray every day as well as strengthen themselves in the word of God.
“The mother of all mothers who caters for children is the Lord Jesus Christ,” she said and added that “Society may forget about you but our Lord Jesus will remember you hence take the word of God seriously and grow in it.”
She prayed the favour of God upon them, and an excellent spirit for the kids to learn and be obedient to the mothers of the home.
Presenting the items on behalf of the Ministry, the Women’s Ministry Leader for PIWC Sakumono, Deaconess Isabella Orhin said the Ministry was touched by the plight of the children and wanted them to have a great Christmas.
“As Christians we strongly believe children are a gift from God and must have the right to live irrespective of the circumstances surrounding their gestation and birth,” she said.
Receiving the items on behalf of the home, Nii Afotey Botwe II, the head of the home, thanked the Women’s Ministry of PIWC for their kind gesture.
He called on other churches to support them as support to the home has dwindled considerably during the era of the pandemic.
According to Nii Afortey, the home houses Ninety – two kids with teenagers as well as toddlers.