Project Manager – African Enterprise Ghana
“I actually find fulfilment when I see the needy helped, the weary strengthen and the broken heart healed.”
I was introduced to the Lord through the activities of Scripture Union in October 1983 when I was in the Secondary School at Drobo. I went through the usual new converts classes and also attended several Christian camp meetings, seminars and conferences.
In 1986, I joined a Fellowship known as Jesus to the Rural World. We were involved in rural evangelism and we helped Churches such as Baptist and Assemblies of God to establish Churches in the Jaman South District, Ghana.
In 1992, I felt called by the Lord into the full time Ministry and I gained admission in 1993 to Christian Service University College where I did a three- year Diploma in Theology.
Between 1996 and 2006, I was the Pastor in charge of Grace Community Church – Sunyani, and also the General Secretary for the Church.
I served as the Administrator and Lecturer for Bible Training Centre for Pastors between 1999 and 2006. And I helped in organizing several Pastors’ Conferences in Brong Ahafo including BARCOE which was a follow-up on Billy Graham’s Amsterdam Congress.
I further studied at Maranatha University College between 2006 and 2008 and I was awarded Bachelor of Arts theology.
February 2006, I was appointed as the Project Manager to African Enterprise -Ghana where I currently serve as the Project Manager and double as the finance officer. I also serve as the Secretary for the Mission Africa Planning Committee – Ghana.
My heartbeat is towards the rehabilitation of prostitutes and the destitute in our society. I believe that the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ must be presented holistically. That is to say that, we must take into consideration both the real and felt needs of ‘Man’. Even as we are mindful of the spiritual needs of man, we must of necessity be concerned about the physical needs as well.
I actually find fulfilment when I see the needy helped, the weary strengthen and the broken heart healed.
By the grace of God I married to a lovely and prayer wife – Vida and we are blessed with three girls and one boy – Mercy, Victor, Sarah and Josephine.
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