Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries , PQGM , has presented a mix of reading and coloring books to children at the Volta Home Orphanage in Ghana, West Africa.
This is to encourage good reading habits in the children. Other items donated to the orphanage included toiletries and hand sanitizers.
The gesture falls under the ministry’s Love Mission initiative, which takes care of widows, orphans and disaster victims across the world .Below are some pictures.
The occasion also marked the joint birthday celebration of Pastor Patrick and Joyce Quainoo. The delegation from PQGM treated the children to some food and soft drinks. They also prayed for the children.
Every child at the Volta Home Orphanage in the Volta Region of Ghana owns a bible with their names boldly printed on them. Thanks to Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries, a non-profit christian organization, which gave out 50 bibles as Christmas gifts to the children. The gesture is part of the ministries’ “Vision 2020” agenda of distributing “One Million Bibles” worldwide, especially to those who need bibles.
Inspiring people and impacting nations is the focus of Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries. The ministry therefore caters for the physical and spiritual needs of people especially the poor and needy through various programs. Christmas is a season for giving and for Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries, it is a perfect time to present Bibles to each child at the Volta Home Orphanage.
Pakistan, India and Sierra Leone are among countries that have benefited from the “One Million Bible” distribution. Founder of Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries, Dr. Patrick E. Quainoo, explained that he targeted the orphanage as part of “Vision 2020” to help build the spiritual foundation of the children with the gospel.
The Volta Home Orphanage caters for orphaned and needy children at Vedeme. Most of the children do not have bibles. Mother of the orphanage, Madam Comfort Annabi was grateful , describing the gesture as the best Christmas gift.
In addition to the bibles, the children were also treated to some delicious meals and drinks. The orphanage Christmas treat was a collaboration between Patrick Quainoo Global Ministries and Joy in Giving Foundation.
Click to watch some of the children read their bible in video below
The Christian Faith Ministries Worldwide with support from Patrick Quainoo Ministries, has donated assorted items to the Body of Christ of Dechapel in Port Au Prince , Haiti. The church was hard hit in the 2010 earthquake that killed over one hundred thousand and displaced thousands of survivors in Haiti .
The items made up new and used clothes, toys, food and medicine were provided by both members and friends of the church in New York .
The gesture is one of the many charitable activities that the US based church undertakes to support the needy.
Watch the video below which shows the excitement of beneficiaries at the Haitian church as they shared the items .
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The General Overseer of the International Christian Faith Ministries – Ghana, Rev. Dr. Patrick E. Quainoo has charged Ghanaians to pray for the country’s leaders. Speaking in an exclusive interview in his office at Accra, Rev Quainoo said: “I believe Ghanaians are not obeying God’s word to pray for our leaders, and that’s why we’re seeing all these occurrences in Governments, the Political circles, and even the Churches .
“ I sincerely believe that if you are a Christian in opposition and you don’t pray for the government in power all because you are obeying party rules, then you are a hypocrite.”
He added: “If you belong to The New Patriotic Party (NPP) and do not pray for President Mahama, you are not listening to God but your party and that doesn’t portray godliness”.
He was quick to add that he doesn’t belong to any political party but only speaks as a man of God.
Ghana rated top Religious Country in the World – ( By: Gallop International)
Rev. Dr. Quainoo said that research by Gallop International has it that Ghana remains the number one Religious country in the world, and to him that is a major problem for the nation of Ghana; because religious people have a form of godliness but Spiritual people are God fearing and therefore obey God.
“Staying in church houses and speaking tongues of fire alone won’t put food on the table. I am urging Ghanaians to reduce idle churchgoing and work. We leave our offices and spend all our time praying and again expect magic? Forget it! God doesn’t work like that.”
Caution to youth
Rev. Dr. Quainoo cautioned the youth to be circumspect in all their doings and to stay away from the “get rich quick attitude”. He also charged men of God to stop preaching prosperity messages and preach the Word for it is the only message to get the country moving forward.
He concluded by saying that no government can ever make the nation any better place to live without God.