Why would you visit a prayer camp? And which prayer camp would you want to visit? What are you looking for in a prayer camp?
All these and more are questions that people ask before deciding to embark on a journey to any prayer camp. Some also visit prayer camps solely because someone recommended it to them.
Whatever be your reason, the Church of Pentecost has stamped its feet firmly in the Pentecostal movement as a major player and credible church to belong to.
Over the years, people have attempted to start prayer camps in the name of the church but these have ended up operating on their own as they could not meet up with the conditions and regulations spelt out by the church. The church of Pentecost which has branches in 101 countries with over three million members globally prides itself in a sound doctrine which would not be compromised.
That notwithstanding, the church has a few prayer camps with the endorsement of its leadership, the executive council. One of these is The Church of Pentecost Prayer Centre at Ejisu Adadientem in the Ashanti Region.
Elder Paul Asante is the in-charge at the centre and manages the day to day affairs of visitors to the place. Visitors to the centre range from members of the Church of Pentecost, and other Christians who are looking for a place to have time with their maker in a solitary mood.
One of the unique things about this camp is that you will be in the middle of typical Ashanti cultural settings that weaves into their services. Miraculous happenings have said to characterise worship services at the Ejisu Addientem Pentecost Prayer Camp.
If you are searching for a Church of Pentecost Prayer camp, this is one of the places to visit.
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