The Adom Mpaebo Ministry at Kaneshie First Light on Sunday celebrated its 10th anniversary in Accra with a call on believers and non-believers to cross new paths, evangelise for Christ, and to be thankful to God for how far they have come.
The anniversary celebration, which was launched by Rev. Winifred Aihoon, from the Adom Mpaebo Ministry, was on the theme; “Giving thanks”.
It aimed at urging individuals to continue to tell their gospel fellowship stories and always lead a good and thankful lifestyle, while staying closer to God.
The occasion was graced by lots of dignitaries, including Prophet Jonathan Aihoon, Pastor Emmanuel Amoah, Pastor Edward Quaye, Apostle Addo, Pastor Isaac Mireku, Pastor Patrick Asamoah, Deacon Mensah, and Pastor Amos Quaku.
Members of the fellowship cladded in white attire were given the opportunity to express appreciation to everyone that had supported them in the past years.
Rev. Winifred Aihoon, congratulated the members and other supporters from the church for their continuous support and their firmness during both the good and bad times to make the 10 years in ministry a remarkable one.
“The church has gone through a lot to be here, from a fellowship in a container to a church it is today and is all by God’s grace and with the help of members”.
Rev. Aihoon again encouraged everyone saying, “Everyone should get on board to make the dream of the church come to light and to descend the gospel to every soul”.
She further advised the church to fully be devoted to the church and the things of God while ensuring that in times of difficulty they would not back down and give up for there was always light at the end of the tunnel.
In an interview with Rev. Winifred Aihoon she said they were making preparations to put up other church auditoriums and bible schools to train people to be the Disciples of Christ Jesus.
“These would serve as training grounds for everyone but the youth especially to continue in the spreading of the word of God,” she added.
Adom Mpaebo Ministry (Fruitful Vine Church) which was started in January, 2012 at first Light Kaneshie Accra in a Shop with 2 people and by 28th February 2012 ended up with 15 people.
However, by 27th march 2016 till date the numbers have been encouraging as it has been able to attain a Prayer Camp at Amasaman Mede3 in Adjen Kotoku Papase.
BY ANITA ANKRAH