My wife, Lordina, and I extend our congratulations to you, on this new journey – John Mahama to Agin Asare


His Excellency the former President, John Dramani Mahama has in a Facebook post congratulated Charles Agyin Asare of the Perez Chapel on the occasion of his elevation as an Archbishop of the church.

“It is a magnificent double for my friend and brother, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, as he gets consecrated Archbishop of the Perez Chapel International just days after celebrating his 60th birthday. From your very early beginnings in Tamale, through your days of evangelisation across the country and planting the Perez Chapel (formerly (Word Miracle Church), to becoming one of the most inspiring spiritual leaders of our country, God has blessed and used you to bring hope to many homes.

My wife, Lordina, and I extend our congratulations to you, on this new journey.”

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Agyinasare started the Teshie Praise Assembly in 1983, which he gave out in 1985 when he started going around holding crusades. He had an encounter in a Morris Cerullo School of Ministry in Accra Technical Training Center (ATTC), where he heard the voice of God say to him, “My boy Charles, I send you out as I sent Moses; go, and I will put My word on your lips, and reach the world for Me.” After the meeting he sought for a place to fast and pray; and on the third day he heard the same voice again, “My boy Charles, I give unto you power over demons and principalities, heal the sick, raise the dead and preach the kingdom.” He therefore broke his fast and began to hold Brother Charles Gospel Crusades, which attracted thousands with undeniable proofs of the Holy Ghost.

The following year, Agyinasare was ordained as a missionary by Brother Enoch Agbozo (Founder of the Ghana Evangelical Society, Accra). In 1986, as his congregation increased, he decided to go study crusade planning at the All Nations For Christ Bible Institute under the leadership of Archbishop Benson Idahosa in Benin City, Nigeria. While in Nigeria, he was privileged to speak for Rev. David Oyedepo (now Bishop) in Kaduna and was ordained an Apostle by him.

In 1987, Agyinasare started a church, World Miracle Bible Church was later renamed Word Miracle Church International (now Perez Chapel International) in Tamale, the Northern Region of Ghana. He moved to Accra in 1994 (CFC Building – Nkrumah Circle) where his meetings were characterized by mighty signs and wonders including stopping the rain. From an initial Sunday morning membership of seventy adults in October 1994, the church has grown phenomenally to several thousands of people with over 86 branches currently in Accra and hundreds of affiliates worldwide.

In what he calls “The Great Move”, he led his local church the Circle Branch to buy and relocate the branch to the former Meat Marketing Board Head Office (now Perez Dome, Dzorwulu) in March 1998.

On a weekly basis, the Perez Dome, which is a 14,000-seater auditorium, welcomes thousands of people weekly and is currently regarded as the largest auditorium in Ghana. The President of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, on a visit described the place of worship as “One of the Seven Wonders of Ghana”.

With a doctorate in theology and a Bible teacher, Agyinasare still plants churches worldwide and serves as a missionary with a passion to win souls for Christ.

Bishop Agyinasare, as he is popularly known, has been involved in world evangelism for over three decades and has preached in about 91 nations including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Ukraine, Israel, Brazil, India, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Islamic Kingdom of Bahrain, Japan and many countries in Africa. He holds crusades in some of the most dangerous parts of the world, where he has recorded over 300,000 people in a single night in some of them.

His ministry around the world is characterized by notable miracles, healings, signs, and wonders including hunchbacks disappearing, the blind seeing, cripples walking, etc.