Sometimes the little things we do in life turn out to become the best things we could ever do.
That is the case of an old lady who bought a land and donated it to be used to build a church almost four decades ago.
Deaconess Rtd. Elizabeth Pokua is reported to have bought a piece of land at Odumase for just 1.20 pesewes somewhere around 1982.
She then gave the land away to be the Church of Pentecost so that the Odumase area could also have a branch of the church.
Today, the Odumase Church of Pentecost boasts of hundreds of congregants but this is all thanks to the goodwill and generosity of this old lady.
On Saturday, September 21, 2018, Madam Pokua was honoured at the church which she provided a land for its building.
The church building was dedicated to her, as she delivered a short speech on how it all started.
She is currently over 100 years, but her passion for the gospel has not waned one bit.
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