Betty Twumasi Responds to God’s Call to Serve in His Vineyard

Betty Twumasi Responds to God’s Call to Serve in His Vineyard

The Christian Journal– To say Pastor Betty Prempeh Twumasi has been waiting for many years to fulfill her passion in the Lord will be an underestimated. But after many grueling days and nights at the bible school trying to sharpen her spiritual skills, the long awaited day came and when it happened, she embraced it with a heart of gratitude. Dressed in an all-white outfit like a beautiful bride awaiting the arrival of a groom, soaked in praise and thanksgiving, she could not contain her joy as she awaited the rest of the congregation for her big day; ordination into God’s vineyard.

Joined by her three children and husband equally dressed in white, Mrs. Twumasi could not hold back her joy. Waving a white handkerchief, she did not spare any opportunity as she took to the dance floor and praised her maker.

The well attended ceremony at the Berean Prayer Centre in the Bronx was officiated by Dr. Osei Kodie, General Overseer at Gates of Heaven Ministries International. He advised the newly ordained pastor to be circumspect in her decision making, insisting she must not allow her new position to compromise her respect for those she will be pastoring. Dr. Kodie said it was important Pastor Twumasi kept an  open door policy, listen more and speak less, adding those who are called into the ministry have a responsibility of ensuring they remain humane to the cause.

Dr. Kodie said the ministry is not an avenue for settling scores with people she may perceived as adversaries but, rather, an opportunity to win souls for the Kingdom of God.

“You must remain humble at all times, obey your subordinates and depend on the Holy Spirit.”

He reminded the newly ordained minister of the responsibilities expected of her especially when it comes to the challenges ahead. Dr. Kodie advised her to endure afflictions and not to contemplate a second of trading her calling when the challenges set in.

Dr. Kodie ended his sermon by advising Pastor Twumasi to extend the same service of humility at the church to her home; respect the husband and treat him with the needed courtesy as the lord has established.

Later at a reception, Pastor Twumasi used her speech to thank the husband for his enormous support throughout the process, disclosing that without him she wouldn’t have been able to fulfill the desire to serve God.

The ceremony was attended by dignitaries including the Asantefuohene of New York Nana Acheampong Tieku and his entourage.

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