|Christ Healing Temple To Construct National HQ|
|Published on March 14, 2008||Email To Friend Print Version
The Christ Healing Temple Fire Baptized Holiness Church of God Incorporated is expected to begin the construction of its national headquarters valued at over US$150,000.
Disclosing this to reporters at the church worship center in the Freeport community, Elder Alfred T. Quaye, Sr. of the church said when the headquarter is constructed, it will include a pastoral center, offices of various departments within the church including the men and women departments, the education secretariat, evangelism, HIV/AIDS and also a counseling center among others.
Elder Quayee said the church decided to undertake this initiative because the it currently lacks adequate offices to function.
He also said following the completion of the headquarters, the church
will also construct sub-headquarters in the various capital cities of the fifteen counties to enhance the work of the church.
According to elder Quayee, in fulfillment of the great commission that Christians should expand God’s Kingdom on earth as it is written in the Holy Book of Matthew 28; verse 18 -20 and Mark 16; verse 18, the Church has engaged in what he called “the robust evangelism”, church planting, agricultural activities, construction of churches, schools, clinics and hospitals throughout the country.
Elder Quaye who is also a ruling elder of district number
four of the Fire Baptized Denomination of Liberia told reporters that their evangelism team is prepared to continue its evangelism training to young Christians.
He said in order to build the capacity of the Church evangelism department, on Sunday March 9, 2008, the church launched a fund raising rally with the aim of raising more than US$20,000 to purchase a musical set and a bus to empower them do their work effectively.
He explained that the church could also purchase zinc and power saw to create job opportunities for the jobless members of the church.
Meanwhile, Evangelist William V.S. Tubman junior of the Invisible Ark has lauded the Christ Healing Temple Church for their initiative.