Category: Moves of God

African Pastors
Dictionary of Ghana Charismatic Movement
The Generational Fathers Of Ghana Charismatic Movement – Bishop Sam Owusu divulge his encomium

Groundbreaking, revolutionary and a man of GRACE Bishop Dr. Sam Owusu dropped another spiritual encomium, eulogy, appreciation, insight, waves and prophetic frequency of Ghana’s Charismatic Movement, Key Leaders as GhanaChurch.com and AfricaChurches.com reported. According to GhanaChurch.com analyst, Bishop Sam Owusu accolades Ghanaian Charismatic Movement and their key leaders. AfricaChurches.com homage the move, which began in […]

African Pastors
Late Dr Myles Munroe - founder of Bahamas Faith Ministries International
Words Of Wisdom To Africa, From Late Dr Myles Munroe

Dr Myles Munroe, OBE was a Bahamian evangelist and ordained minister avid professor of the Kingdom of God, author, speaker and leadership consultant who founded and led the Bahamas Faith Ministries International and Myles Munroe International. I – Myles Munroe was born poor, sleeping on the floor with cockroaches and rats. Today, I own my […]

Biographies
Evangelist Jack Coe - "The Man of Reckless Faith"
Evangelist Jack Coe – “The Man of Reckless Faith”

Evangelist Jack Coe was a Pentecostal evangelist, also known as “the man of reckless faith”. He one of the first faith healers in the United States with a touring tent ministry after World War II. Jack Coe was ordained in the Assemblies of God in 1944, and began to preach while still serving in World […]

Biographies
William Branham - "A Man of Notable Signs and Wonders"
William Branham – “A Man of Notable Signs and Wonders”

William Marrion Branham was an American Christian minister and faith healer who initiated the post–World War II healing revival. Branham claimed to have received an angelic visitation. His fame spread rapidly as crowds were drawn to his stories of angelic visitations and reports of miracles happening at his meetings. Branham’s ministry marked the greatest outpouring […]

Biographies
Kathryn Kuhlman - "The Woman Who Believed in Miracles"
Kathryn Kuhlman – “The Woman Who Believed in Miracles”

Kathryn Kuhlman— undreds have been healed just sitting quietly in the audience without any demonstration whatsoever. None. Very often not even a sermon is preached. There have been times when not even a song has been sung. “No loud demonstration, no loud calling on God as though He were deaf. No screaming, no shouting, within […]

Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako
Prophetism in Ghana From 1914 to 2018
The emergence of Prophetism in Ghana From 1914 to 2018

Source: GhanaChurch.com – Ghana Churches News Portal History of prophetism in Ghana’s Christianity, beginning from 1914 to 2018’s PHASES OF PROPHETISM IN GHANA Phase 1 In Ghana, the prophetic ministries of Prophets William Wadẻ Harris (c. 1860-1929), John Swatson (c.1855-c.1925), and Kwame Sampson Oppong (c.1884-c.1965) who were founders of African Independent/Initiated/Indigenous Churches (AICs) have attracted […]

Biographies
John Graham Lake - "A Man of Healing"
John Graham Lake – “A Man of Healing”

John G. Lake was an American-Canadian missionary leader in the Pentecostal movement that began in the early 20th century. John Graham Lake who was born on March 18, 1870 and died on September 16, 1935, usually known as John G. Lake, was a Canadian-American leader in the Pentecostal movement that began in the early 20th […]

Biographies
William J. Seymour - "The Catalyst of Pentecost"
William J. Seymour – “The Catalyst of Pentecost”

Rev. William Joseph Seymour was an American minister, and an initiator of the Azusa Street Revival. Seymour was one of the most influential individuals in the revival movement that grew into the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements, along with other figures such as Charles Parham, Howard A. Goss, and Frank Bartleman. Seymour’s emphasis on racial equality […]

Biographies
John Alexander Dowie—"The Healing Apostle"
John Alexander Dowie – “The Healing Apostle”

Ill he dare pray for rain?…If he does and no rain comes, then he’s not Elijah. If he doesn’t, then he’s afraid to— and that’s almost worse.’ “At last the preacher dropped on his knees behind the pulpit. Never before had an audience followed his prayers with more strained attention. ‘…God, our Father, we have […]