Apostle Paul Kyeremeh (2nd from left) being welcomed by Sunday school children at Agyina church
30 March 2021

On Sunday the 21st day of March, 2021, Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh led a special divine service where he commissioned a newly built church building for the people of Agyina in the Techiman Apostle area. Nearly 205 members were in attendance, including the chief and some elders of the community, the Assembly member, a representative of the Member of Parliament for the constituency and other prominent personalities in the community.

The text word for the service was read from 2 Peter 3:9, ‘The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some men count slackness; but is long suffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish but all should come to repentance.’

“My beloved brothers and sisters in Christ, today is another great day that our Lord has made for us, let us all be glad and rejoice in it”, the Apostle began. “We do a lot of businesses and sometimes run at a loss in most cases but I have never come across anyone who has taken the work of the Lord upon himself and regretted or run at a loss”. He explained that, all great men and women we have heard of in the Bible benefited greatly and abundantly from doing the work of the Lord. A lot of us are discouraged because our prayer requests have not been answered. But the Lord has time for everything. Sometimes it could be that the Lord is not pleased with our sinful acts.

“Whatever we see today, is something the Lord has already promised and it has thus come to pass. I know there is so much joy and happiness in our hearts today because we have a new building, we should also make the Lord happy by putting the building into good use”, he added.

“Let us renew our relationship with the Lord with this new building, let us throw away all the old and worldly things so that our Lord in heaven will bless us abundantly”, Apostle Kyeremeh concluded.

District Elder Aduo Emmanuel, District Evangelist Amponsah Richmond, Shepherd Asante, and Priest Job Boadu assisted the service congregation.

After the divine service, the Apostle thanked the chief and his elders, the contractor, the ministers, the church members and some key personalities who contributed in various ways to making the project a successful one.