This is what the Founder and Head Pastor of Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry, Rev Emmanuel Kwame Ntiamoah, said when he was asked the question: how has ten (10) years of serving God been like?
“It has been a tumultuous journey; it started as something without future, laden with disappointments by pastors, deacons, deaconesses and church members. But in the wake of all that, and by the grace of God, constant prayers and associating with other pastors we have been able to chalk this milestone—10 years as a church.”
The theme for the anniversary was taken from 1 Samuel 7:12. The anniversary was climaxed on Sunday, October 1, 2017 with a dedication of the church’s new edifice—a four-storey building—to the Lord.
President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM), headquartered at Bolgatanga, Upper East Region, Rev Joseph Eastwood Anaba, delivered the anniversary sermon.
During the anniversary celebration General Overseer of Mt. Horeb Prayer Centre, Prophet Paul Kweku Nii Okai, was also invited to minister onto the members.
Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry, a charismatic church, was founded by Pastor Ntiamoah on September 28, 2007. The church, which can now boast of a magnificent church edifice with an attached four-storey building facility, headquartered at Tantra Hills, Golden Door Night Market, a suburb of Accra, was first started in a drinking bar in this same community.
In the next five years, Pastor Ntiamoah disclosed that the church will be looking forward to plant branches across the country.
Pastor Ntiamoah was born a Muslim on April 8, at Banko near Effiduasi in the Ashanti Region to Mr Issilful Boateng and Mrs Grace Antwi. He had his formal education in his hometown—Banko—after which he began working as a mason.
In the year 2000, while doing masonry work, Pastor Ntiamoah got his calling from God to go into the ministry and be a servant of the Lord.
The man of God is married to Mrs Lydia Ntiamoah, a Secretary by profession, and an anointed Singer in the house of the Lord. They are blessed with two beautiful daughters—Eno Grace Akosua Ntiamoah and Emmanuella Ewuramma Ntiamoah.
Story: Ato Keelson