Victory Congregation Church (VPC) of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) last Sunday, held Thanksgiving Service to mark its 25 years anniversary.
The Thanksgiving Service was held to marked the climax of a yearlong celebration active which begun somewhere in March 2018. The theme for the 25th anniversary was “Celebrating God’s Grace and Faithful Steward”
Speaking in an interview with Today, the Frafraha District Minister and Minister-in-Charge of VPC, Rev. Col. (Rtd) David Adoteye-Asare explained that the theme for the Silver Jubilee celebration was based on their reflection on two key factors namely; God and his people.
According to him these two factors propelled Victory a relatively young and dynamic church at supersonic speed to great heights of comprehensive development within a span of just 25 years.
Rev. Col. (Rtd) David Adoteye-Asare, Frafraha District Minister and Minister-in-Charge of VPC,
He said “on this auspicious occasion we are stating emphatically that but for God who is the prime mover of life and whose kindness and favour we sinners do not deserve, we could not have come this far so fast. And so with humility and gratitude we celebrate”.
However, the Frafraha District Minister and Minister-in-Charge of VPC added that in the midst of celebrating their triumphs in their service to God, they are also mindful of the words of Ben Sweetland that ‘success is a journey not a destination’.
Therefore on the words of Ben Sweetland, we are still watchful, committed and would be consistent in attracting, accepting, and growing souls for God so we all serve heartily to the glory of God. He said.
Rev. Col. (Rtd) Adoteye-Asare assured that the numerous groupings and committees in the church (Victory) are commitment to continue to live up to its mandate as a true Bible-believing and practicing church and spread the Word of God to the ends of the earth.
According to him VCP would continue to abide by and achieve the vision of PCG which is “to be a Christ centered, self-sustaining and growing church.
Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH