Prophet Arjarquah and Selina Boateng to tour Prisons
Prophet Albert Asihene – Arjarquah of Calvary Assembly of the Assemblies of God Church, Koforidua Central and award winning sensational gospel musician, Selina Boateng are to embark on a prisons tour nationwide to donate and minister the gospel of Christ to the inmates through music and sharing the word of God to them by way of showing the inmate some kind of love to fulfil the Gospel.
The tour is scheduled to begin this month at the Koforidua Prisons with a donation of set of musical instruments worth GHS10,000.00 and other items to the inmates to begin with.
This was disclosed by Prophet Arjarquah founded and leader of Prophet Albert Asihene Arjarquah Ministry (PAAAM) on Sunday during "Higher Dimensions Summit" held in the Calvary Assembly of the Assemblies of God Church in Koforidua.
The Higher Dimension Summit which was organized for the youth and singles in the church. Selina Boateng, who was guest artiste, charged the spirit filled congregants with almost two hours of worship and praises which led to lots of testimonies, healing and deliverance.
Prophet Arjarquah, later in an interview said the aim of the tour is to transform the lives of the inmates through the evangelism and song ministration. He is therefore calling on other institutions and organizations to come and make donations to this laudable outreached project to make a positive impact into the lives of those inmates.
From Koforidua Prisons, the team would be visiting Nsawam, Akuse, Forifori (Afram Plains) all in the Eastern Region, Ankafu in the Central Region and other Prisons in the country.
The tour according to him is expected to cause his ministry an amount of GHS120,000.00 and is part of his social responsibility to the nation and to spread the gospel as well.
He has therefore, admonished churches to intensify evangelism in prisons to ensure spiritual transformation and total reformation of inmates.
According to him, the current conditions at the prisons in the country, only serve to harden the prisoners all the more with some engaging in many immoral acts.
He said there is the need for the Gospel to be preached to the inmates for them to grab the message of salvation and to exhibit God fearing lifestyles.
Prophet Arjarquah was provoked to embark on the Prisons tour following his first experience at the Koforidua Prison, few months ago, where he presented food stuffs to the inmate.
He said after interacting and assessing the conditions of the inmates, it was evident that the inmates needed the gospel to be ministered to them to transform and give them hope in life.
He said most of the inmates have shown remorse and are ready to give their lives to Christ.
He entreated Christians to regularly visit and fellowship with prison inmates. Meanwhile, Selina Boateng has called on various institutions and organization as well as individuals in the country to support this laudable idea and donate either in kind and cash towards the tour.
To her visiting inmates in the various Prisons in the country to share with them the Gospel through music has always being her long time dream which would soon come to pass.Source:
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