Category: Religion Created on Sunday, 29 April 2012 17:18 Published Date Written by GNA Hits: 435
Accra, April 29, GNA – A huge number of the congregation of the Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) on Saturday embarked on a health walk and launch of activities to mark the 25th Anniversary of the mission.
The church had line-up a number of activities to mark the celebration, which comprised national women’s retreat, inter branches fun games, community service, donation to the less privilege, blood donation, gospel music show, national men’s convention and awards and thanksgiving service.
Most Reverend Dr Charles Agyin Asare, Founder of the church expressed gratitude to God for his faithfulness for the Silver Jubilee celebration, adding: “God will strategically re-position us (church) for His divine manifestation as we launched into a new era.”
Bishop Agyin Asare said the WMCI has instituted a scholarship scheme to support smart but needy second cycle students.
He said the WMCI has establish two basic schools in the Northern and Volta Regions, whilst plans are underway to build a hospital for the Dzorwulu Special School.
Bishop Agyin Asare said the WMCI is in the process of revamping the Borstal Institute Infirmary at Roman Ridge in Accra with some hospital beds, deep freezer, television sets and medical supplies needed for the better up-keep of the inmates.
He called on politicians to avoid the use of intemperate language as the nation prepares for the December polls.p the use of intemperate language.”
Bishop called on religious leaders to preach against violence and all forms of disturbance during Election 2012.
Bishop Chris Parsram, Chairman of the Planning Committee of the Anniversary said Bishop has authored Mr than 30 books
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