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4th Edition Of Uncommon Leadership Summit Held

The Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) Cape Coast Sector organised a residential retreat dubbed the “Uncommon Leadership Summit” for various leadership groups and working committee members in the Cape Coast zone. The event took place from Friday, June 14th to Sunday, June 16th, 2024, at the PENSA CCTU Auditorium.

The three-day leadership retreat was held under the guidance of Pastor Blessing Joseph Quayson, the PENSA Traveling Secretary.

The PENSA Ghana Coordinator, Elder Issah N. Jeln, opened the summit on Friday evening. He presented on the theme, “Unleashed to Lead with Excellence to Transform Your Campus.”

Drawing from 1 Corinthians 13:1-3, Daniel 6:1-4, and Acts 1:8, he encouraged participants to lead with love, integrity, loyalty, and diligence.

Elder Bismark Afrifa Marfo, a working committee member, addressed the topic, “Leadership Integrity: Managing Church Finance” on Day 2 of the event.

Using 2 Corinthians 8:1-24 as his scripture reference, he emphasized the importance of being morally upright, trustworthy, honest, and faithful in managing church finances.

Elder Evans Darko Addo, another working committee member, spoke about the PENSA Discipleship Program (PDP) and the “Reach Out and Take Over” mandate focused on campus evangelism.

He encouraged participants to utilize the PDP system to win more souls for Christ on their respective campuses, urging leaders to ensure that every PENSA member becomes a soul winner.

Deaconess Lucy Araba Asiedu, a member of the National Coordinating Team (NCT), explained the concept and importance of the PENSA Professional Guild (PPG).

She noted that membership in the PPG on campuses aids evangelism, creates networks and connections, and provides more job opportunities, especially after graduation.

Pastor Patrick Ayertey, the Oguaa Abura District Pastor, presented on the “Core Values of the Church of Pentecost.”

He outlined the core values, including evangelism, discipleship, character, prayer, faithfulness, and integrity. He emphasized the importance of being a prayerful leader with integrity.

The Saturday session concluded with a prayer and impartation session led by Pastor Frank Akonnor, the Resident PENSA Campus Pastor at UCC.

The summit culminated with a presentation by Mrs. Esther Mansa Annan Quayson, the wife of the PENSA Traveling Secretary on Sunday morning.

She spoke on the topic, “The Unleashed Leader and Relationships,” drawing from 1 Corinthians 13:1-13, 1 Corinthians 6:12-20, and Proverbs 6:27-29.

She advised leaders to be physically, spiritually, emotionally, financially, and mentally prepared before entering into any pre-marital relationship.

The participating institutions included Cape Coast Nursing and Midwifery Training College (CCNMTC), Psychiatric Nursing Training College (PNTC), OLA College of Education (OLACOE), Komenda College of Education (KOMENCOE), and Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU).

Report by Justina Mensah, PENSA CCTU Secretary

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