Youth &




july, 2024


Relentless 21: Final Day

The Sunday Crowning Service was filled with recaps from the conference as well as highlights. The new Youth & PENSA logo and merchandise was unveiled as well as the new website and app.  Our Youth Director Apostle Dr. George Mike Portuphy shared The Word with us grounded on the scriptures: Habakkuk 3 and John 2:23-27. Aps. Mike also gave us a summary of the different teachings that happened over the course of the weekend.

Relentless 21: Day 3

Saturday morning, we started with the Relentless Prayer Marathon from 5:30am to 8:30am. Saturday morning service was the “Holy Spirit Encounter Service” with the theme “Thriving in The Power and Gifts of the Holy Spirit.” The PENSA International Coordinator Eld. Dr. Patrick Adonoo gave the Vision Highlight & Fraternal Remarks and our National Youth Secretary Ps. Benjamin Dankyi delivered The Word. Pastor Dankyi spoke on the theme “Flourishing, blooming, increasing in the gifts of the Holy Spirit” taken from Acts 4: 29-31 and 1 Corinthians 12: 4-11.

Relentless 21: Day 2

Friday morning, we started with the Relentless Prayer Marathon from 5:30am to 8:30am. The rest of the day was set aside for the PPN Conference and Revival Services. We were blessed to have the Minister of Education in Ghana Honorable Dr. Yaw Adutwum give us the keynote speech on “The Christian Professional: Leveraging Your Career to Serve God” as well as a Panel Discussion on “Exploring The 7 Mountains of Cultural Influence: Church, Family, Arts & Entertainment, Business & the Economy, Education, Media, and Government.” Augustus Asemnor. 

Relentless 21: Day 1

Thursday’s Grand Opening Session started with a Relentless Prayer Marathon dubbed Revived to Run the Race starting from 5:30am to 8:30am. After a time of prayer, we met back on zoom for the opening ceremony that began with icebreakers and led to breakout rooms. We were blessed to have Ps. Dr. Joseph Osarfo join us from Ghana and speak to the members about Emotional Wholeness for Relationships. Ps. Dr. Joseph Osarfo referenced chapter 2 of Genesis to illustrate the 4 levels of human relationships.


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