Dr. Seth Anyomi Decorating Madam Florence Yeboah

Madam Florence Yeboah Honoured

The World Link University conferred an Honorary Doctorate degree on Madam Florence Yeboah at the closing ceremony of GHANA 2013. The ceremony was facilitated by Dr. Seth Anyomi, International Chancellor of the World Link University, assisted by Dr. Obed Alvarez and Dr. Hishame Kamal, both Regional Vice Chancellors. Madam Florence Yeboah founder and former Director of the GHACOE Women's Ministry was commended for her over 50 years of dedicated service in evangelism, discipleship and empowerment of women. Before founding GHACOE in 1977, Mama Florence as she is affectionately called, had served as a Traveling Staff for Scripture Union and Nurses Christian Fellowship (Ghana) and also worked as Radio Programme Director at WEC Mission in Kumasi from 1975-1980.

Madam Florence and women leadersThe Mission of GHACOE is to help women and girls at all levels of society, especially the poor and distressed through wholistic development and through that platform, Mama Florence has impacted thousands of lives across Ghana and beyond. Also through her work at Scripture Union, many key Christian Leaders today testify that she led them to Christ when they were in High School. She is thus highly valued, loved and appreciated by many around the country.

Mama Florence who is still active in ministry has travelled to 36 countries across the world on various ministry and missions assignments. She exhibited her passion for the lost when in her response to the honour conferred on her preached a powerful message challenging Christian Leaders be more passionate about the preaching of the gospel and discipleship more than anything else. She revealed that the reason why she never married was because she didn't want any distractions in her service to the Lord. Mama Florence has been faithfully serving the Lord since she was 21 and at 78, she is still serving wholeheartedly. A real gem and a real example of a life totally sold out to the Lord. She is a Presbyterian and an elder at East Legon Presbyterian Church, Accra.

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