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Sekondi Area Of The Church Of Pentecost Dispatches ‘Agent of Peace’

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The Sekondi Area of The Church of Pentecost (COP) in the Western Region has dispatched its National 2020 Peace Campaign named, “Agent of Peace” to teach and urge its individuals to become Agents of peace previously, during, and after the current year’s political elections. The mission pointed toward rousing all residents to look for harmony during the December 7 elections was held under the subject, “Look for Peace and Pursue It” which was taken from Psalms 34:14. The current year’s release was motivated by the Vision 2023 plan of the Church, which has as its overall subject; “Having the Nations: Transforming each Sphere of Society with Values and Principles of the Kingdom of God.”
It was gone to by different strict bodies and ideological groups, Assembly Members, NCCE, security staff, customary pioneers, some young gatherings, and individuals from the congregation.
In his inviting location, Apostle Daniel Kodjoe Sey, Sekondi Area Head of COP said God has been devoted to the nation with the end goal that however the COVID-19 pandemic caused a great deal of ruin, by the finesse of God most residents are sheltered. He noticed the Lord had been benevolent to Ghana in numerous viewpoints, particularly with respect to harmony throughout the long term, a motivation behind why Ghana is commended over the world as a tranquil nation in the West Africa sub-locale and Africa in general. As indicated by him, putting forth peace requires a purposeful and cognizant attempt, consequently the requirement for all to hold delivers keeping up harmony for the dearest nation.

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