As Christians worldwide commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, Founder and head Pastor of Caanan Christian Assembly, Pastor Kojo Odame, has extended a hand of charity to the inhabitants of Obuom Domeabra. The Kojo Odame Mission (Charity Foundation) aims to touch lives with educational and technical support and provide for the less privileged in society. This foundation has won the hearts of many in the Obuom Domeabra village, where Pastor Kojo Odame and some members of the Caanan Christian Assembly donated food items, packs of water, drinks, and more to the nurses of the village.
“We have a mandate to reach out to the less privileged in society. I believe the essence of life is not in the length of years one will live on earth but rather the legacy and impact made in the lives of others,” said Pastor Kojo Odame. “Together with my church, we are concerned about the well-being of others, hence this is not the first of its kind. We will continue to extend a hand of charity to communities, villages, orphanage homes, and other less privileged areas. We pray for more resources and divine strength to keep up with this act of kindness.”
A few days after the outreach to Obuom Domeabra village, Pastor Kojo Odame gifted a Nissan Pathfinder to his associate Pastor Samuel Antwi on Easter Sunday. “As today is Easter Sunday, He has shown that he is a great leader and a good man of God,” Pastor Kojo Odame told the congregants of Caanan Christian Assembly. His associate pastor, in turn, appreciated the wonderful gift and openly declared that it was a life-changing experience and an encounter to have crossed paths with Pastor Kojo Odame.
The Caanan Christian Assembly church is open for church gatherings on weekdays and Sunday morning service.
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