Tag: Prophet Bernard Opoku Nsiah

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 […]

African Pastors
From Right: Prophet Dennis Whole, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, Prophet Agyeman Prempeh, Prophet Dr. Isaac Owusu Bempah and Prophet Dr. Emmanuel Kofi Enim
Prophet Badu Kobi, Prophet Prempeh, Prophet Enim and Prophet Dennis challenged Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah but their Prophecies failed. WHY? [Watch Full Video]

Report reaching GhanaChurch.com indicates that, Prophet Akwasi Agyeman Prempeh who operates with an extraordinary prophetic mantle challenged his mentor Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah on prophecies he listed to happen the year 2016 but all his expectation fail. Was it because of Father – Son issue?. He said “Ex-President Mahama is far in the spirit – […]

Biographies
Prophet Bernard Opoku Nsiah belonged to the fifth phase of Neo-prophetism in Ghana’s Christianity.
Profile & Biography of Prophet Bernard Opoku Nsiah

The prophetic ministry of Prophet Bernard Opoku Nsiah belonged to the fifth phase of Neo-prophetism in Ghana’s Christianity. He was born on June 25, 1962 to Banasco Opoku (father) and Mercy Ampong (mother); both parents hailed from Nyinaheni in Atwema Nponuah district in the Asante region of Ghana. He was the first of six children; […]