PATHFINDER Club members of Ohwim Seventh-day Adventists have donated some items to resource the Kumasi Children’s Home.
This was when the club had held a joint worship with the home, spending half of the Sabbath within the gates of the home.
In her sermon, counselor to the club, Madam Adwoa Ansa, admonished the inmates not to lose hope in life, assuring them that just at the quickest connection with God there was hope for tomorrow to the poor and wretched.
She cited Bible characters like Samuel and Joseph who though were faced with hostility in their environments, were able to conduct themselves in a manner that was pleasing to the Lord.
The director of the club, Michael Sintim led the members to present two packs of pampers, two packs of toilet roll, two bags of washing powder, two boxes of soap, biscuits and assorted drinks valued at GHc1, 000.00 to support the livelihood at the home.
Second-hand clothes, slippers, shoes, and two crates of eggs which were provided by individual church members were later added to the items.
Mr Sintim said there was the need to provide hope for the hopeless and the youth class identifying themselves with children at the home as they approached them with the gospel.
“As we find it as our mandate to spread our advent message to Kumasi Children’s Home today, we also deem it necessary to give alms and we are hopeful that the Lord will not only reward us for our presentation but will draw you unto Himself as well”, he stated.
An Assistant Supervisor of the home, Madam Beatrice Barnes who received the items on behalf of the home, thanked the club and the Ohwim Seventh-day Adventists in entirety for the gesture.