The Bantama Central branch of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI) has successfully concluded its annual 40-day Fasting and Prayers programme with a mass donation exercise to needy homes in the Ashanti Region.
The donated items included essential supplies such as bottled water, soft drinks, biscuits, rice, eggs, cooking salt, milo, milk, sugar, cooking oil, washing detergents, toilet papers, bathing soaps, diapers, play toys for kids, clothes, footwear, and television sets.
Apostle Samuel Amponsah Frimpong, Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International, emphasized the importance of Christians reaching out to the needy and marginalized in society.
He encouraged church members not to waver in offering assistance to those who need it most, stating that such acts of kindness promote peace and love within communities.
Apostle Amponsah Frimpong expressed hope that the 40-day activities of the church would positively impact the lives of congregants, leading to improved health, happiness, and prosperity.
Rev. Prince Asare, a Pastor from the CACI Navrongo Missions, commended the Bantama Assembly for their charitable activities, considering it a reflection of true Christianity. He believed that the gesture would have a significant impact on the church, resulting in growth, transformation, and reformation.
Rev. Asare also noted the importance of clothing and footwear in evangelism, as many people in the area lack these basic necessities. The provision of clothes and footwear by the church would help rekindle people's participation in church activities.