- Real name: Nicholas Duncan-Williams
- Birthday: May 12, 1957
- Nationality: Ghanaian
- Star sign: Taurus
- Occupation: Head of Action Chapel International (Archbishop)
- Net Worth: $6.9 million
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is a prominent Christian figure known for his dynamic preaching, powerful prayer ministry, and influential leadership. He is the founder of the private non-accredited learning institution Dominion University College in Ghana.
The archbishop is widely recognised for founding the charismatic movement that serves a better part of the West African region, Christian Action Faith Ministries. He has spent over 40 years of his life serving God.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams was born on May 12, 1957, in Cape Coast, Ghana to Mr. E.K Duncan-Williams, is a well-established politician and ambassador, and Mrs. Florence Bruce. The archbishop has 43 siblings. He experienced a spiritual awakening that set him on a path of dedicated service to God while he was 21 years old.
The Archbishop was ordained as a minister and went on to found the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) in 1979. As the presiding archbishop and general overseer of CAFM, he has become a highly influential figure in the African Christian community.
The Christian Action Faith Ministries has become one of the largest and most impactful churches, with branches spanning multiple nations. The CAFM church has over 2000 affiliates and 250 branch churches in North America, Europe, and Africa. The archbishop is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI).
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has pioneered the concept of "Prayer Cathedral," establishing a non-stop prayer chain that operates 24/7. Through his ministry, he has organised numerous crusades, conferences, and prayer gatherings, drawing thousands of attendees from around the world.
Beyond his religious activities, he has advocated for social justice, economic empowerment, and spiritual revival in Africa and beyond. He has also contributed to Christian education by founding Dominion University, a private Christian institution in Ghana.
He has also written several books highlighted below.
- Enforcing Prophetic Decrees
- Binding The Strong Man
- Prayer Moves God
- Bridging The Gap
- Praying Through the Promises of God
- Powers Behind the Scenes
- Enforcing Prophetic Decrees Volume 2: Prayer Watch for Community Transformation
- Enforcing Prophetic Decrees: Volume 3
- The Incredible Power of a Praying Woman
- THE POWER OF SERVANTHOOD: The Hidden Key to Greatness in the Kingdom of God
- The Supernatural Powers of A Praying Man
- Understanding the Father Factor: Volume 1 (Fatherhood Series)
- Don't Fight the Process: Yielding Totally to God's Plan to Make You Great
- Thus Says The Lord: Understanding the Prophetic Ministry
- Divine Timing
Family and Children
Archbishop Duncan-Williams is married to Rosa Whitaker-Duncan Williams. He had four children from his previous marriage: Elsie, Ella, Joel and Daniel. His eldest son, Ella Daniel Duncan-Williams, has emerged as a spiritual leader in his own right, actively involved in ministry and carrying forward his father's legacy. Elsie Duncan-Williams, also known as Mrs Elsie Otoo, is a great minister of the gospel.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams' alleged net worth is approximately $6.9 million. His wealth primarily stems from his ministry-related activities.