Bishop Charles Agyinasare is a well known man of God and the founder of "Perez Chapel International" which is a Pentecostal-Charismatic ministry with over 300 branches around Ghana and beyond. But behind these achievements is a woman who never gave up on him, a woman whose beauty and love for him has been the major source of his encouragement to be a better person. Her name is "Rev. (Mrs.) Vivian Sena Agyin-Asare", she is a motivational speaker and strong lover of the less privileged in the society.
She has been recognized for being a supportive woman to her husband who has admitted that he had would not have made it far if not for his loving wife. In addition to the positive remark, Rev. Vivian has been called a "woman with a visition" because of he desire to bring the best out of everyone around her.
She is amongst the most respected female pastors in the country, and not just because of her spiritualitt and love for her husband, she is also a role model to those who seek God sincerely. Check out some of her pictures below;
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