After the opening and intercessory prayers were said, Kings Praise led the church in a wonderful and energetic time of praises. The president took time to introduce Mr Albert Morgan, a PENSA member from University of Ghana, Legon who later made it known unto the church, his reason for being in Kumasi. He stressed on the need for the church to reach out to people both spiritually and materially. He asked the church to support his foundation ‘the Albert Morgan foundation’ and ended his speech with a song ministration.
The president took the platform to introduce the speaker for the night Eld. Robert Fobih an alumnus of PENSA KNUST. Elder Robert taught extensively on the subject of the night ‘on our knees we bow.’ He chose John 4:20-24 and Revelations 7: 11-12 as his main texts.
He hammered on worship being a lifelong activity and not just lasting for a moment where the worshipper serves and has knowledge of a master and also reveals the nature of his master through words, actions and thoughts.
The reasons why we worship God are numerous . To show respect to our maker ,surrender totally to Him and serve Him are just a feel of them. He ended his sermon and led the entire church to the throne room of our father with a very good selection of Pentecostal and spiritual worship songs.
The night was also packed with the unveiling of the members of the Alumni coordinating team and the appointed workers to the church.
The service ended with the speaker giving the closing prayer and the benediction as well.