PIWC-Takoradi Women’s Ministry Donates to Widows, Elders
The Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC) Women’s Ministries in Takoradi culminated its Women’s Week celebration with a donation to the elderly and widows of the church.
Women’s Ministries also donated a hand-held sewing machine to a member who was teaching others how to sew, so that she could continue to help interested women.
Additionally, an industrial sewing machine was donated to an Intellectually Disabled Person (IDD) from the church to start a sewing business.
This celebration, with the theme: “Women, equipped as an army to possess the nations”, was celebrated with a series of activities, including seminars where women were brought through various topics related to the theme.
Ms. Judith McClain-Afful, Head of Women’s Ministries, said that as church stakeholders, they should organize programs and activities to equip women to impact society through the through Christlike character, evangelism, and service.
The ministry existed to seek the welfare of young women and nurture them with divine values and principles to become good mothers, wives and sisters.
She said the donation was part of a ministry project | nicknamed: “friends of the elderly”, where women over 60 received a little love.
“We want to start this project today, after which it will be extended to women in rural areas in the next semester. It’s because there’s a saying that charity starts at home,” Ms McClain-Afful said.
She praised the overwhelming attendance of members and expressed hope that more young women from the church would join their monthly meetings.
“Women, let us remember that when we come together it is up to God, so whatever the program is, let’s come because no one comes and sits at the feet of Jesus and comes back the same,” he said. she declared.
When women are firmly anchored in the Lord, it has a positive impact on the whole family and the result would be a peaceful, joyful and godly home, Ms McClain-Afful said, and called for the support of men in their activities.
She expressed her gratitude to the Past Leaders and Executive, who have worked hard to bring the ministry this far, and to the Resident Minister, Pastor Daniel Okyei Boakye and his wife for their immense support and guidance.