Bishop Charles Agyinasare turned 57years old on 22 March and has been serving God for the past 38 strong years. If you have been a Christian for even 5years minimum, you will know this is an achievement worth commending any day, especially in a world, where the love of many, has run cold.
He has by the grace of God, become a household name, well noted for church planting and miracles and salvation crusades, largely in rural areas of Ghana and indeed, he is a minister of the Gospel, international speaker, internationally renowned healing evangelist, author and the General Overseer of Perez Chapel International, once named World Miracle Chapel International.
Bishop Agyinasare in a pose (Credit: agyinasare.org)
Bishop Charles Agyinasare was born into a Catholic family, to a soldier trained father named Staff Sargent Andrews Asare and trader mom, Elizabeth Arthur.
His biological father Staff Sergent Andrews Asare visited him at his church plant then called Miracle Word Word Chapel Int. at a camp meeting at Tamale Sec. Sch in Dec 1991.
After careful consideration of his name Agyin Asare, he made a decision in 2011, with approval of his dad to merge the two names, to give hi a unique name, thereby changing his name to Agyinasare in 2011 following an Accra High Court decree.
Agyinasare has severally confessed of indulging in social vices, due to been overtaken by pressure from his colleagues who were much older than him, getting him to be caught up in what he calls “sin, revelry, alcoholism and drug addiction” and a “women-chasing college freak” and was later expelled from school.
In his search for answers and having a thirst for the supernatural, Agyinasare once tried Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism for four years; and even Islam until in 1980, Agyinasare was invited to the Church of Pentecost, where, at the age of 18, he responded to an altar call and got saved, which came with his total deliverance from his life of drug addiction and debauchery and launching out in 1983 as a full time pastor.
Bishop Agyinasare with his spiritual father, the late Evang. Cerullo.
In a video conference by the late global healing Evangelist Dr. Morris Cerullo, he received an impartation of God's healing grace, helping him to launch out into church planting, initially in the Northern part of Ghana and later relocating to Accra.
He has since shown progress, as in 2007 Agyinasare received the Member of the Order of the Volta (MV) National Award from then President John Agyekum Kuffour, for his outstanding achievements in championing African excellence as a religious leader.
His church has also seen development and progress, as it currently boasts of a Perez University College and Perez TV, where he serves as the Chancellor and CEO respectively.
Whereas it is easy for many to criticize men of God, who have excelled, such naysayers have not considered the fact that, it is barely 5% of ministries in Ghana, that are successful. Again, imagine quoting your job to serve in any venture with no hope of where the next pay cheque will come from? And interestingly, this is what Bishop Agyinasare has endured for the last 38years and if God is truly the one who blesses people, then He must have some special blessings for Bishop Agyinasare's biological children for this sacrifice and service.
He is blessed with two sons and a daughter, They are Dr. Selaise Agyinasare, Pastor Francis Agyinasare, Lawyer Mrs. Charlene Agyinasare.
Bishop with his lovely wife, blessed children, in-laws and grandchildren.
BISHOP'S FIRST BORN
Dr. Selaise Agyinasare, is a Ukraine trained medical doctor who passed Ghana Medical Council exams and started practicing medicine here in Ghana before launching out into full time ministry, initially heading the Youth wing at the churches headquarters. He has however seen the biggest and fastest promotion this year, as he is now the Resident Pastor at the Perez Dome.
He is married to Mrs. Ella Agyinasare, and they are blessed with a daughter named Carly Agyinasare. He is a fast rising youth leader and a dynamic preacher and interestingly, he preaches with such force and authority of Bishop Oyedepo, who also made his first born son, the Resident Pastor at the church's main church.
Pastor Dr Selaise Agyinasare, his wife, Mrs Ella Agyinasare, Bishop (holding his granddaughter, the beautiful Carly) and her wife, Mrs Vivian Agyinasare (ALL PHOTOS FROM BISHOP'S FACEBOOK PAGE)
In pose with his father.
Dr. S. Agyinasare preaching powerfully.
BISHOP'S SECOND BORN
Pastor Francis Agyinasare holds a degree and masters in Business Administration from the University of Surrey in the UK. He rather follows after the dads ministry hard, literally preaching and presenting himself, exactly as the father does. He is happily serving in the ministry, currently as the Resident Pastor for the French Speaking Service at Perez Dome, as he is bilingual, able to speak English and French fluently. He is happily married.
Pastor Francis in a pose with his dad and mentor
Pastor Francis with his beautiful wife
Someone testifies of healing in the deaf ear. God uses him mightily in the healing ministry too.
LAST BORN OF THE BISHOP
Mrs Charlene Agyinasare Ampah, most recently married Pastor Elvis Ampiah, also a minister of the gospel serving in the Perez Chapel Youth Church. He passed out as a lawyer in the UK, where he was first called to the bar and later here too in Ghana, hence, she can practice law in both countries. Currently, she is one of very few Senior Legal Officers at the Ghana National Gas Company (GNGC) and serves at Perez Dome too, in various leadership positions.
Bishop with her princess Charlene
In a pose with parents after her beautiful traditional marriage ceremony
From such a blessed family and a thriving church that initially started small, one can therefore conclude that, it is a good thing thing to serve the Lord, as the Bible advocates. Let us all serve him faithfully, he will honour us al too.
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