Lord’s Pentecostal church Women’s Fellowship donates to Potter’s Children’s Home

 The Women’s Fellowship of the Lord’s Pentecostal Church last week presented assorted food items to the Porter’s Children’s Home at Dodowa in the Shai Osudoku District in the Greater Accra Region.

The presentation formed part of the group’s Christmas and New Year activities.

The items valued over GH¢ 30,000 include 20 bags of rice, a bag each of maize, sugar and gari, 6 bags of cassava dough, cartons of soap, milk powder products, tin tomatoes, gallons of palm and vegetable oil and Fan Milk prod­ucts.

The rest are cartons of educa­tional materials, self-care products, used clothing, crates of egg, gal­lons of detergents and toilet roll.

The wife of the General Over­seer of the church, Mrs Juliet Es­sandoh Otu, presenting the items said, for God so loved the world that He gave the world His beloved son and that without Mary there would not be Jesus for everyone to find love despite the difficulties times that God’s children find themselves.

“You have not been forgotten, society cares about you and share in your pain, you have not been neglected, so they must have that believe and trust that God does not discriminate as such must depend on God’s Love,” she added.

Mrs Otu indicated that God did not choose any tribe above another as such they were very special and were potential future leaders as such must humble themselves, take their studies seriously in order to be counted the best among their peers.

According to her, their success in future endeavors would de­pends on how they live their lives and charged them to be focused on God so that one day they will give testimonies to inspire others who might find themselves in such situations.

Mrs Otu said the group would report the outcome of the meeting to the National Executive Council towards taking measures to adopt the home.

The National Coordinator of the Women’s Fellowship, Mrs Odelia Delasi Sowu said, God gave mankind religion to take care of orphans and widows and that was exactly what the group was doing.

She said the constitution of the Women’s Fellowship mandates it to lend a hand of support to such people as well as the disad­vantaged in society, saying that “this was just the beginning” and urged the Home to take good care of the items.

The Director of the Home, Mrs Sophia Myers commended the group for the gesture and assured that the items would be judiciously used and urged other philanthropists, individuals to help support the education of the inmates some of whom were in tertiary institutions.


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