Reverend Aginasare Is 56 Today


Hurray! Bishop Charles Agyinasare, founder of Perez Chapel International, is 56 years today, Thursday, 22 March 2018. Today marks the earthday of Most Rev Agyinasare, one of the most respected christian pastors in Ghana and Africa.


The Bishop is the Chancellor of the Perez University College, and author of several Christian books. In 2007, Bishop Agyinasare received a national award – the Member of the Order of the Volta (MV) – from former President John Agyekum Kufuor, for his outstanding achievements in championing African excellence as a religious leader.


In 2015, Bishop Agyinasare was awarded the Global Leadership Award from Regent University, USA, by Professor Clifton Clarke in recognition of his efforts in raising leaders across the world and for his impact across the globe. He has been given declarations from the state of Texas and is an honorary citizen of Texas.



Bishop Charles Agyinasare and wife Rev. Mrs. Vivian Agyinasare, today, are the face of a thriving mega church (Perez Chapel International) famed for having the biggest auditorium in Ghana (Perez Dome) located in a very plush area (Dzorwulu) in the capital city, Accra. PCI has 400 local branches in Ghana (16 of those in Accra, alone). Additionally, it has branches in 16 nations across the world and has plans to put up basic and senior high schools across Ghana. It also intends building hospitals in the country and has every intention of ever expanding its horizon as it wins souls for Christ.


All these achievements by the Agyinasares, who co-founded PCI, formerly Word Miracle Church International (WMCI), some 31 years ago (22 March 1987 – birthday of the Bishop), are a source of pride for members who worship there today. But the journey, which started more than three decades ago, has been one of struggles, frustration, disappointment, toil, faith, determination and sacrifice. And no one but Bishop Agyinasare himself can tell that story better, as he did to his congregation at the Perez Dome on Sunday, 2 April 2017 in a message titled: ‘Pushing It To The Next Level’, to cap the Eagles Summit organised by the church as part of its 30th anniversary celebration.


”I lived in a house without electricity for two years; there was no pipe borne water. I remember this Major who came to me for prayers, and in the house I was living in, I didn’t have furniture, I just had a student mattress in the living room, and a kitchen stool, so, when the Major came, I gave him the kitchen stool, I sat on the student mattress, he told me all his problems. After I prayed for him the Holy Spirit told me when he goes he won’t come back again. He was so disappointed: ‘If this is the man that everybody calls Brother Charles and miracles are happening, then he needed help’. But it did not stop us. I pastored the church for two years without a salary, Mama [Mrs Vivian Agyinasare] was a teacher, and, so, her money and a few other things that the Lord provided was what kept us and I had eight men living in my house of two bedrooms and one living room”.

“When we put up our first church, our members sold their property: the biggest property some of them had was a motorbike or a bicycle, furniture and some small jewelries. But some sold it so that we could put up our first church. … At that time, wood was very expensive in Tamale – it still is. We put up one of the finest churches then in Tamale. Later on, when we were doing that, God led me to give my car to the church, so, it became an official car. Isn’t God good?


“But God had been dealing with me to move to [Accra] by 1992. In fact, in 1992, I was preaching in New York and as I lay on my face praying for the meeting as my custom is, in the afternoon, the Holy Spirit began to speak to me about starting a church in Accra, and began to give me a blueprint of what to do when I came to Accra. I wrote them down and I said to Him: ‘Lord, You know that I’m a Champion Atta in Tamale. If you wrote a letter to me and you forgot the address and you wrote Brother Charles and you wrote Tamale, they delivered it to my house. And you want me to come to Accra? No! I like Tamale, I’m a local champion.’ If you went to any office and you mentioned my name … [everybody knew me] …

Happy Birthday Reverend. You’ve gone through the hardship to make known the Gospel. All deeds are shown to the Most High. Enjoy this day as the Lord who honours, shall surely honour you. Amen.



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