Several factors need to be considered when deciding to run a church in Ghana, especially in this era of advanced technological gadgets.
Various platforms such as social media have been utilized by some men of God to grow their churches. Some men of God used to be quite popular but are no longer seen or heard of, as they used.
YEN.com.gh brings to you 5 men of God, who have literally gone off-grid:
1. Evangelist Kwaku Apraku:
He was also known as 'Apraku My Daughter.' He is the Founder and Leader of the King Jesus Evangelistic Flames Ministry.
Earlier this year, he was reported to have labeled a colleague man of God, Rev. Owusu Bempah as a fake prophet. Not much has been heard of him in recent times.
2. Rev. Chris Asante:
He is also referred to as 'Abruku Abruka.' He is the leader of the Testimony House Chapel. Not much has been heard from him in recent times.
3. Computer Man:
He used to be very popular on radio, but he soon 'faded' out. Also known as the 'Computer Man'. He is the leader of the Hope Generation Ministry.
4. Prophet Ebenezer Opambour Adarkwa Yiadom of Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center
He is also referred to as Opambour. He is the Founder and Leader of the Ebenezer Miracle Worship Centre. He used to be very popular in times past, and it isn't the case now.
5. Rev Seer Tony Asamoah Boateng:
He was popularly referred to as Apae Live, especially on radio. He is the Founder and Leader of the Great Light Worship Centre. He is not as popular as he used to be on radio.
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