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Date of Birth: November 7, 1962

Phone: 0244221886

Objective To be Senior Lecturer and ultimately, Professor & Consultant

EDUCATION University of Ghana, Legon Master of Philosophy, 1997

University of Ghana, Legon Bachelor of Arts (Hon), 1990

Trinity Theological Seminary University of Ghana, Legon Certificate in Theology, 1989

Nsein Secondary School Advanced Level Certificate, 1983

Fijai Secondary School Ordinary Level Certificate, 1981

Experience Methodist Church Ghana Posted to Adukrom Circuit as the Superintendent: October 1, 2007 to date Methodist Church Ghana Seconded to United Church as Senior Pastor: October, 2003 to Present Methodist Church Ghana Circuit Minister of the Taifa Section in the Kpeehe Circuit of the Accra Diocese

Central University College Lecturer, Central University College as Lecturer: October 2000 to September, 2002 • Preparing Course descriptions, Course Outlines and lecturing in African Traditional Religion, Church History, New Testament Studies, New Testament Greek, Pentateuch and Cross-Cultural Communication • Head of Department, Historical Theology Department • Evaluating the performance of students and completing cumulative assessment forms on students • Counselling students and supervising students’ long essays • Co-ordinator for Graduate Studies (2002) • Assisting with preparation of curriculum for accreditation Methodist Church Ghana • Administrator at the Cape Coast Diocese/Circuit Minister at Siwdo Society in the Cape Coast Circuit of the Cape Coast Diocese: October, 1999 to September, 2000 • Circuit Minister in the Tema Circuit of the Tema Diocese: October, 1997 to September 1999 • Teacher/Chaplain at Ghana Secondary Technical School: October, 1997 to September 1999 • Circuit Minister at the Berekum Circuit of the Sunyani Diocese: October, 1996 to September, 1997 • 1992 to 1996, Further Studies; Adjunct Lecturer, Central Christian College (1993-95) • Teacher/Chaplain at Ghana Secondary Technical School: October, 1990 to September, 1992

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Title of M. Phil Thesis: “The Episcopacy and Gender Balance in the Ministry of the Methodist Church Ghana”

Title of book published: The Episcopacy in the Ministry of the Church

Title of Ph. D work under study, “Church Government in the New Testament and its implications to the Anglican Church in Ghana and the Methodist Church Ghana (awaiting results)

Long Essays I have supervised: 1. “The Necessity of Sound Theology in the Prophetic Ministry in Ghana” by Samuel Nyarko (Central University College, 2002) 2. “The Concept of Prosperity and its effects on Charismatic Churches in Ghana” by Joseph Owusu (Central University College, 2002) 3. “The Ministry of Spiritual Warfare in Ghanaian Charismatic Ministries – The Case of Logos-Rhema Foundation, Accra, Ghana” by Eric Korsi Xexemeku (Central University College, 2002) 4. “The Role of Anointing in the Theology of Charismatic Christianity in Ghana” by Walter A. Y. Anum (Central University College, 2002) 5. “Attitudes of Christians towards Traditional Festivals in Ghana” by Emmanuel Asmah (Central University College, 2002) 6. “Social Involvement of the Church of Pentecost: A Case Study of Pentecost Social Services” by Nelson Agbove Above (Central University College, 2002) 7. “The Role of Women in the Earthly Ministry of Jesus Christ” by Kwaku Agyapong (Central University College, 2003) 8. “The Phenomenon of Sexual Harassment and Abuse in the Church in Ghana – Its Impact on the Victims and their Families” by Alice Elizabeth Sabbah (Central University College, 2003) 9. The Rise of Prophetism in Ghanaian Charismatic Christianity: The Case of the Prophet Evangelist Emmanuel Apraku of King Jesus Evangelistic Ministry (Ghana)” by Horatius Teiko (Central University College, 2003) 10. “The Role of Prayer Camps in the Church of Pentecost in Ghana” by Kobina Arhinful-Aidoo (Central University College, 2005) 11. “The Contribution of the Church of Pentecost to the Socio-Economic Development of Ghana” by Joseph Kojo Armah (Central University College, 2005) 12. “The Impact of Christian Ethics on Teshie-Nungua Community” by Eric Dwirantwi Addo (Central University College, 2005) 13. “The Contribution of African Indigenous Churches to Christianity in Ghana” by Daniel O. P. K. T. Jonah (Central University College, 2005) 14. “The Effects of Schisms on the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana” by Samuel Gadzeka (Central University College, 2005) 15. “Women in Leadership: A Case Study of the Church of Pentecost, New Mamprobi Assembly, Dansoman, Accra” by Frederick Mensah-Brown (Central University College, 2005) 16. An Assessment of the role of the Church in promoting Human Rights and Justice for the Underprivileged in Buduburam Refugee Camp – Central Region of Ghana by Lawrence D Jolo (Pan African Christian University College, 2011) 17. MARRIAGE Married under the ordinance with four children

SUBJECT AREAS New Testament Studies, Greek Grammar, Church History I can also teach Old Testament Studies, Christian Education, Christian Theology

SPECIAL SKILLS Preparing Course Objectives and Course Descriptions for accreditation

COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel

REFEREES Prof. Emeritus, Rev. Canon J. S. Pobee Department For The Study Of Religions University of Ghana, Legon P. O. Box L 66 Accra

Rt. Rev. Dr. Joseph Osei Bonsu Catholic Bishop of Mampong-Konongo Mampong

Rev. Dr. Benhardt Y. Quarshie, Senior Lecturer Department For The Study Of Religions University of Ghana, Legon P. O. Box L 66 Accra

Rev. Fr. Dr. George Ossom Batsa, Senior Lecturer Department For The Study Of Religions University of Ghana, Legon P. O. Box L 66 Accra

Rev. Prof. Ofosu Adutwum, Central University College P. O. Box DS 2310 Dansoman Accra


DATE: October 1, 2011