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Charles Agyin-Asare Biography, Wife, Networth, Age, Children, Ministry, Books.
Bishop Charles Yewuraekow Agyinasare is a Ghanaian pastor and writer. He founded the Word Miracle Church International now the Perez Chapel International, a Pentecostal-Charismatic ministry in Ghana.
He was born in Achiase located in Ghana’s Eastern Region of Ghana on March 22nd, 1962. He was a student at the Weija Barracks Primary School, Armed Forces Experimental School, and Nsawam St. Martins.
Charles Agyin-Asare Profile
Children: Francis Agyinasare, Charlene Agyinasare, Selaise Agyinasare
Church: Perez Chapel International
What is Charles Agyin-Asare Date of Birth?
Where is Charles Agyin-Asare Place of Birth?
Perez Chapel International
Perez Chapel International is one of the most well-known churches in Ghana, with its headquarters located in Dzorwulu, Accra, Ghana. He has led crusades on nearly every continent on the globe and has traveled to nations like Pakistan, Brazil, Japan, and India among others, to spread the gospel.
What is Charles Agyin-Asare Early Life
He was famous for being involved in various social vices, including drinking, smoking, and truancy. The use of hard drugs and occultism. The man was later exiled.
He changed his religion to Christianity in the year 1980 at the Church of Pentecost and in 2011. Agyinasare made a statutory declaration to change the name of his son in the name of Charles Agyinasare.
Charles Agyin-Asare’s Training
He was appointed in the presence of Enoch Agbodzo in the year 1984. He was sent to Nigeria for a study of crusade strategy under the direction of Benson Idahosa in Benin City, Nigeria.
He is at present (2015) the pastor of the senior level at The Perez Dome, which has an auditorium that seats 14,000 people and is considered to be the largest auditorium in Ghana. The president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama during a visit, said that the church is “one of the Seven Wonders of Ghana”.
He is the creator of Precious TV, the Chancellor at the Perez University College, and the author of several books on Christianity.
He has received confirmation from Texas. He is a citizen of the State of Texas and an honorary citizen of Texas. Agyinasare was deemed to rank as the 20th most influential Ghanaian according to a survey in Ghana that was conducted in the year 2015.
Who is Charles Agyin-Asare’s Wife?
Rev Mrs. Vivian Agyinasare
Charles Agyin-Asare’s Education
He was born in Accra and attended Weija Barracks Primary and the Armed Forces Experimental School for his primary education. At 11 years old, he was accepted into the famous St. Martin’s Secondary School to complete the second year of his education.
As a student Agyin-Asare was swept away by pressure from peers who were more advanced than him. He was involved in his words,’ sin, partying, drinking, and addiction to drugs and was a “women-chasing college freak. He was then expelled from St. Martin’s.
Conversion to Christianity
Charles Agyin-Asare, in his search for answers and a thirst for the supernatural practiced Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism for four years, then he did a lot of prayers and fasting with Muslims in the contemplation of conversion to Islam and all of it satisfied him.
In the year 1980, he was invited to join the Church of Pentecost, where He responded to an altar call and was saved at age 18. The result was being converted to Christianity and then his liberation from addiction to drugs and alcohol.
A few years later, after the release and his return to work, he decided to quit and entered the full-time pastoral service. In the time between when he was absorbed in the works by Charles Finney, AW Tozer, RA Torrey, Andrew Murray and autobiographies and biographies of the modern-day preachers.
He started with the Teshie Praise Assembly in 1983 and, in 1984, was ordination as a missionary from Enoch Agbodzo (Founder of the Ghana Evangelical Society, Accra). Then, in the year 1986, he went across Nigeria to study crusade preparation under the direction of Benson Idahosa in Benin City, Nigeria.
He was in 1987 when he founded an organization called World Miracle Bible Church which was later changed to Word Miracle Church International (now Perez Chapel International) in Tamale in Tamale, Northern Region of Ghana.
Bishop Agyinasare is currently the head minister of Perez Dome, which has an auditorium that seats 14,000 people and is thought to be the biggest auditorium in Ghana. He has been active in the spread of his Word of God for over three decades. He has preached in more than 85 countries including those in the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Israel, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, Brazil, France and in the Islamic Kingdom of Bahrain, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Ukraine, Italy, Japan, India and many countries in Africa.
Awards and Recognitions
Bishop Charles Agyin Asare’s pastoral efforts have been recognized with numerous honors and awards in various regions across the globe. He was awarded two honorary doctorate degrees in Humanity and Divinity from credible universities located in Europe and India respectively.
In 2007, Bishop Agyinasare was awarded a national honor as a Membry of the Order of the Volta (MV) given by the former president John Agyekum Kufour, for his extraordinary achievements in promoting African superiority as a leader of the church.
Charles Agyin-Asare’s Networth
He is estimated to be worth between $2m – $5m.