Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry, a charismatic church located at Tantra Hills near Golden Door Night Market, Accra, yesterday climaxed its ten-year anniversary with a thanks-giving service and also dedicated its new church edifice—a four-storey building—to the Lord.
The theme for the anniversary was taken from 1 Samuel 7:12.
President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM), headquartered at Bolgatanga, Upper East Region, Rev Joseph Eastwood Anaba, who was the Guest Speaker, delivered the anniversary sermon.
Delivering his sermon, Rev Eastwood Anaba was enthused about how far the Head Pastor of Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry, Rev Emmanuel Kwame Ntiamoah, has come with his church.
He prayed for the Tantra Hills community where the church is located. He asked for God’s favour upon the church, prophesying that “through this church [Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry], this whole place will change.”
Rev Eastwood Anaba also prayed for God’s glory to cover the entire church.
While ending his sermon, the president of EAM prayed for Rev Ntiamoah and his wife, Mrs Lydia Ntiamoah, for God’s continuous protection and blessing upon them.
Rev Eastwood Anaba also used the opportunity to dedicate the church’s newly built four-storey building to God.
In an interview with the Head Pastor of Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry, Rev Ntiamoah, he disclosed that his ten years journey serving the Lord has not been an easy one.
However, he was grateful to God for his continuous grace upon his church.
According to him, the church was first started in a drinking spot at Tantra Hills near Golden Door Night Market, Accra.
But today and by the grace of God, Prophetic Evangelistic Ministry has a beautiful church building with an attached four-storey building facility.
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.
He 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