GPCC Elects Ahafo Regional Executives, Emphasizes Unity for Council’s Vision
The General Secretary of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Apostle Immanuel Tettey has inducted newly elected Ahafo Regional Executives which marks a crucial step in the council’s regional leadership structure.
comprising dedicated individuals from various member churches were sworn into office during a solemn ceremony attended by representatives from the GPCC and the local community.
The newly executives elected are Apostle Samuel Otu Appiah, Chairman, Rev. Stephen Osei Owusu, Vice Chairman and Pastor Richard Afreh, Organising secretary.
Delivering an inspiring address during the induction ceremony, Apostle Tettey, emphasized the importance of unity and collaborative efforts within the newly formed leadership team.
He urged the executives to work seamlessly as a team, fostering an environment where the collective vision of the Council could be elevated to new heights.
In his address, Apostle Tettey highlighted the pivotal role that Regional executives play in advancing the GPCC’s mission of promoting unity, cooperation, and spiritual growth among Pentecostal and Charismatic churches in Ghana.
He stressed the need for the Ahafo Region to become a shining example of collaboration, community engagement, and positive impact on the lives of its members.
“Your role is not merely administrative; it is a sacred duty to guide, inspire, and lead the churches in this region towards a collective vision of spiritual growth and community service,” Apostle Tettey stated. “The name of the GPCC is synonymous with unity and purpose, and I implore you to work together cohesively to elevate not just the vision of the council but also its esteemed name.”
The newly elected executives expressed their gratitude for the trust placed in them by their fellow church leaders and committed to upholding the values and principles of the GPCC. They acknowledged the challenges ahead and pledged to work diligently to foster unity, spiritual development, and community engagement within the Ahafo Region. As the Ahafo Regional Executives embark on their tenure, the GPCC anticipates a period of growth, collaboration, and positive impact on the communities they serve. The General Secretary’s call for unity echoes the council’s overarching mission and serves as a guiding principle for the regional leaders as they navigate the responsibilities entrusted to them.
The GPCC looks forward to witnessing the positive outcomes of the newly elected Ahafo Regional Executives’ collective efforts in the coming months and years, as they contribute to the council’s broader vision of a united and spiritually vibrant Christian community in Ghana.
SOURCE: GPCC NEWS