The Association of Methodist Men’s Fellowships,The Methodist Church Ghana,Effiduase Diocese held their 21st Anniversary Ceremony and 15th Annual General Meeting (AGM) over the weekend 20th-22nd September,2019 at Nsuta, Ashanti Region.
The anniversary and the AGM was under the theme “Go and Make Disciples Of All Nations,Intensifying Our Teaching Ministry Towards Disciple Making,Men’s Fellowship in Perspective”. Many prominent personalities graced the occasion,among them was Rt.Rev.R.O Eshun,Effiduase Diocesan Bishop of Methodist Church Ghana.He was the guest speaker.
He stressed on the need for men to take up the discipleship role very serious in order to save the dying souls out in the world.”Men should develop the zeal to be perfect and involve in multiplicating discipleship.” He added.
He further emphasized that Christ should be considered first in everything they do,this will help them take the necessary decision and actions which will attract people to the Kingdom of God. He told them to avail themselves for the teachings of the word of God,in order to be good disciples,for disciples are made,not born.
Hon.Kwadwo Banahene Bediako,DCE for Sekyere Central also in his address encourage parents gathered to take advantage of the free SHS introduced by Nana Addo and NPP government to get their wards enlightened and educated.He took advantage of the opportunity to emphasis on many on going government policies.”Love your wives and children and through this,the word of God can be spread.”he added.
Very Rev.Maxwell D.Mante,Chaplain of the Effiduase Diocesan Men’s Fellowship,Rev J.K Mensah,Minister-In-Charge of Nsuta Methodist church,Hon.Ebenezer Afoakwa Sekyere,PM of the Sekyere Central Assembly and many connexional executives of the fellowship were present to grace the occasion. Awards were presented to various individuals who have helped in diverse ways of making the fellowship a success.
Notable among them was Bro. James Kwaku Oppong (founder of the Kumasi District Men’s Fellowship) and his wife.
Bro.Ing Benjamin Hagan, the Effiduase Diocesan Chairman of the Fellowship thanked all the branches for making the program a success and advised that they should go back to their various churches and spread the good news they have experienced. That is why the Diocese has adopted 3 societies to support them both financially and spiritually.
Funds were raised to support the three adopted churches in the Diocese by the Fellowship. Namely Kotei in the Nsuta circuit.