21 Things You Might Not Know About Bernard ElBernard – Part 8

Part 8

11. MY MINISTERIAL SURVIVAL IN ACCRA

When I started ministry in 2006, God used my friend, Apostle Joshua Amissah to open a lot of ministerial doors for me. Most of the doors that were opened were as a result of his direct introduction or outcome of his introduction.

I remember before we were done with University, with his influence as the President of the University Christian Fellowship (UCF) i.e. the governing body of all Churches on campus, he gave me a platform to preach. This introduction gave me access into some denominations on campus that helped multiply my influence on University of Ghana Campus.

There were other connections and contacts through him that gave me a platform in some Methodist churches. Ministering in some of these Methodist churches, I came into contact with two people, Rev. Joseph Mperey and Rev. Akyerefi.

Rev. Mperey opened doors at COCOBOD Christian Fellowship and also became a blessing to me financially whenever there was a need.

Rev. Akyerefi connected me to Rev. Josiah Aubin of Power Victory Chapel (Mamprobi). During the same period, I had the privilege of preaching for Bishop Joseph Bart-Plange of Christ Victory Chapel (Teshie – Nungua / A-Life Supermarket).

Bishop Joseph Bart-Plange and Rev. Josiah Aubin became a foundational help to my preaching, teaching and prophetic ministry, as they frequently released their platforms for me to be a blessing to the people of God.

My contact and connection with Bishop Joseph Bart-Plange eventually led me to Rev. Samuel Sowah of Weep Not Africa. Rev. Samuel Sowah became a father figure to me through mentoring, teaching, rebuke and encouragement. I remember how he would call me during that season when I had not eaten for days and feed me.

It was through Rev. Samuel Sowah that I traveled for the first time to minister the Word of God outside of Ghana.

I pray for you, that during your season of difficulty, God will send the right people to bring interpretation into your life.

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