College Of Bishops
BISHOP JAMES KWEKU SAAH( SENIOR BISHOP ACI WORLDWIDE)
Bishop James K. Saah is the Resident Pastor of The Prayer Cathedral, Spintex Road, Airport-Accra, Ghana. Having served many years in Benin City – Nigeria as a missionary under the tutelage of the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa he rejoined CAFM over 18yrs ago.
He is a bible teacher, a Pastor and a conference speaker across nations.
In Ghana he preaches and teaches both on television and radio. God has used him to promote the Thursday Morning JERICHO HOUR prayer meetings at The Prayer Cathedral – Spintex Road-Accra, which attracts international attendance with phenomenal supernatural visitations of the Holy Spirit and astonishing testimonies.
Bishop James Saah holds a Master’s program in Governance and Leadership at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and is the author of a number of Books:
- The Finger of God;
- The Road to the Double Portion;
- The Mystery of Success and
- Seize your moment.
Periodically, Bishop Saah organizes forums and seminars for Christian Business men and women; the program dubbed ACTION BUSINESS FORUM attracts a large patronage across the nation.
He and his wife Agnes resides at East-Legon a suburb in Accra, Ghana’s capital City with their son Nana Kwame.
BISHOP BENJAMIN AGYEI ANOM (BISHOP INCHARGE OF FAMILY LIFE)
Dr. Ben Anom was licensed and ordained as a minister of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in the year 1986 having served as church administrator from December 1984 and later as a Family life Counselor from 1986.
He is a product of Action International Bible School (AIBS) and holds A Diploma in Christian Counseling from International Theological Seminary, Ghana in 2004. He is a certified member of (AACC) American Association of Christian Counselors.
Dr. Ben Anom is the founder and executive Director of Glory Family Ministries in Accra-Ghana. His strong motivation is rooted in the faith that the church, being the family of families, must labour to become marriage and family equipping centers.
Dr Ben Anom and his wife are Co-Directors of Glory Family Counseling Ministry, have served the Christian community in Europe (London, Humberg, Amstardam) and in Ghana as pastors and family life counselors for over 22 years. As a dynamic teaching team, they host an interactive weekly program dubbed “Choose Life”. Their charismatic personality and humorous insight into the workings of marriage is drawn from a wealth of personal experience as parents and grandparents in marriage of over 32 years.
He has the mission of empowering hurting families through the effective communication of God’s wisdom and love, bringing hope and healing to many.
Dr. Ben and his wife Rev. Jessie Anom resides in Accra, Ghana and serves as consultants to the family life Department of Action Chapel International.
BISHOP DR. JOSEPH NYARKO ANTWI (INTERNATIONAL PRAYER DIRECTOR ACI WORLDWIDE)
Dr. Joseph Nyarko-Antwi is the most Senior Pastor of Christian Action Faith Ministries International.
Dr. Nyarko-Antwi has been with Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams since 1976 and a strong bond with him in the area of Prayer. He has traveled extensively with the word of God with immense powers, blessing countless lives with great prophetic directions in prayer.
Serving currently as the International Prayer Director, He organizes intercessory prayer meetings involving all CAFM churches worldwide to seek God’s face in the way the church should go.
Dr. Nyarko-Antwi is a good and sweet leader with a passionate heart for God.
He is married to Agnes and blessed with five daughters: Sarah, Anna, Rebecca, Precious and Fiona.
Dr. Nyarko-Antwi resides with his family in Accra, the Capital of Ghana.
BISHOP ISAAC CLIVE MOULD (INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS DIRECTOR, AFRICA)
Bishop Isaac Clive Mould is the International Missions Director of the Christian Action Faith Ministries International-Africa. He is a revivalist with zeal and passion emphasizing the Christian faith, as an existing adventure with God.
Having served under the Archbishop for almost two decades, Bishop Mould can best be described as a man with immense passion for excellence.
Bishop Clive Mould has served in various capacities as the Resident Pastor for ACI churches in Dansoman-Accra, Lome- Togo, etc. Currently as the International Mission Director for Africa; he has a vision for church planting and capacity building for pastors for optimum performance.
He is of the view that, any institution that lacks Quality, Legitimate and Just (QLJ), leadership suffers deterioration. So the answer to a successful institution is based on true leadership with these three characteristics, with a serious focus on God and spirituality”. He emphasized these with the view that says that; “every house is built by someone but He that built all things is God (Hebrews 3:4)”. He added that; “I believe in developing and building institutions by the application of best corporate governance practices”.
According to Bishop Mould; “It is established that there are many forces that shape the development terrain and the number one on my list is the widespread of knowledge. And so being educated and educating others is my priority.” He abhors mediocrity for peak performance. “People who take leadership positions must be knowledgeable.” Bishop Clive Mould is a man who has an understanding of public affairs with emphasis that the introduction of God into these will bring about success inevitably.
Described as a man who wears many hats, he is a Mechanical Engineer, Governance Expert, an Administrator and a candidate for Qualifying Law Degree (LLB). Above all he is a theologian and a pastor (which he loves very much). He is also a writer of journals and is a columnist in some of our Ghanaian dailies.
He speaks at Christian based conferences and conventions and is also a speaker at many International Summits in and outside Africa. He also does leadership and management training programs and is a lecturer at the Dominion University College.
He felt blessed to have had the fulfillment of his dream by connecting to a man like Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams.
He is married to Marion with a son by name Frank. He resides at East Airport Residential Area, Off Spintex Road, Accra- Ghana
Bishop Dick Essandoh
Bishop Dick Essandoh was born in London and raised in the West African country of Ghana, where he had his primary and secondary education. In his late teens he resettled in London where he received his National Diploma in Business
and Finance at College and was admitted to Birmingham University to read Law.
Whiles at college, he was nominated and elected as the Deputy Head of the students union and sat on the school’s board of governors as the student representative to the governing board of the college, strongly presenting and defending issues that directly affected the interests of the student body.
After leaving Birmingham University he entered into various business partnerships. Prior to becoming a full time minister of the gospel, he worked at the head office of the largest automobile association in Europe.
Bishop Essandoh dedicated his life to the Lord Jesus Christ through the ministry of ACI where he was baptised, went through foundation classes and grew up to hold various positions of responsibilities which included Head of Merchandising , Head of counselling, Head of Biblical and foundation studies and finally appointed as trustee of the ministry. After serving under several pastors, he was commissioned and ordained to take over the running of the ministry as resident Pastor.
Having started as a new convert and rising through various levels of Stewardship to become Pastor in the same church, Bishop Essandoh is a living epistle of the quality ministry that characterises Action Chapel.
Bishop Essandoh has a strong passion for building, developing and equipping people to discover and fulfil their God given assignment. He is a man who cares deeply about community and family values and is constantly encouraging and seeking ways for churches to impact their communities with the richness of God’s love.
Under his leadership, the Mayor of Westminster has in consecutive years invited the Church to participate in their Annual Good Neighbours day event.
He is the European Co-ordinator for ACI branches in Europe which include Italy, Amsterdam and Paris.
His ministry is characterised by anointed teaching, bold and inspiring preaching and the manifestation of the healing power of God.
Bishop Essandoh initiated week long monthly fasting and prayer meetings leading the church in strategic prayer and restoration. He also sits as a member of the board of trustees for the Holy Ghost Fire Ministry in London.
Bishop Essandoh is married to Agnes who is a Professional Banker. They have one by name Daughter Elynne Rita.