James Mckeon Worship Center holds maiden leadership retreat

The Church of Pentecost, James McKeown Worship Centre (JMWC), Korle Gonno in the Dansoman Area has organised its maiden leadership and training retreat for Officers and Church workers of the District.

The retreat, dubbed “Timothy Camp 2020″ was under the theme, “Ambassadors for his glory”. It was held on Saturday, 5th December, 2020 at the Mudor Conference Centre within the SSNIT Emporium at Bukom Plaza. A total of 101 participants attended the programme.

Opening the retreat, the Resident Minister of the Church, Rev (Dr) Perez Sepenu informed participants that the camp is about shaping leaders in the district towards impactful service in the house of God. Reading from 2 Timothy 2: 15, he explained that the camp also seeks to equip leaders of the district with contemporary leadership skills that is not only responsive to the challenges of our time but also proactive and innovative.

He further informed participants that the camp was expected to birth leaders who are sharp in their mandate and excellent in the discharge of their duties.

The programme saw ministrations from Dr (Mrs) Naa Akushia Sepenu, wife of the Resident Minister, Rev (Prof) Joseph Osafo Adu, Elder (Prof) Justice Bawole, Elder Stephen Appiah Yeboah, Elder (Dr) Thomas Opoku Darkwah, Elder Richard Obeng Dwamena, Deaconess Evelyn Basingnaa, Author Raphaelle Antwi and Mr. Afari Nunya, an IT consultant. Intercessory prayers were made for leaders as well as for peace in Ghana’s elections by Elder Cephas Agbozo and Rev Dr Bismark Baggio Agoe.

Topics treated at the retreat were, ” Exposition of the COP theme for 2020 and 2021″, “Marital and relationship life of a leader”, ” The call and heart of a leader”, “The passion and power of purpose”, “The ingredients of a team”, “The leader and time management”, “Effective Annual Planning”, “JMWC data collection tools and reporting”, “COP Finance Administration and budgeting”.


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