The General Overseer of Zion Community Church International and Founder of Frontier’s Mission Network, Apostle Dr Moses Sansah Konjon has on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, paid a courtesy call on the Paramount Chief for the Bole Traditional Area Sarfo Kutugefeso (l).
The formal meeting, according to Apostle Sansah is to officially introduce himself to the Chief and inform him of his activities in the area and Savannah Region at large.
In his engagements, Apostle raised concern about lack of portable drinking water, hunger and lack of education as challenges faced by the people in the area.
The General Overseer of the Zion Community Church said his church together with Frontier’s Mission Network, an NGO under his auspices is determined to bring relief to the people in the area by providing them with portable drinking water, support the growth of education and help fight against hunger by providing food stuffs to the less privileged.
Apostle Sansah added that, the church was interested in developing both the social and spiritual welfare of its members as well as their immediate community within which it found itself.
According to him “the gospel is not only about the spiritual welfare, it also concerns itself with the physical dimension of its adherents, to meet their most felt social needs.”
Apostle Sansah, intimated that partnering government and Chiefs to provide the needs of the people was another way of preaching the gospel and showing people how to be benevolent and merciful towards the needs of others.
The church and its network have drilled over 40 boreholes in the Savannah Region and he was pronounced as “nchuwura” at the Yagbonwura palace last year.
On his part, Bolewura Sarfo Kutugefeso thanked Apostle Sansah for the visit and the numerous developmental projects being executed by him and pledged to collaborate with him to bring development closer to the doors of the people in the area.
The chief added that Apostle Sansah will be officially invited to celebrate with him in this year’s Damba festival.