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Fred Amoakohene Sarpong

Fred Amoakohene Sarpong
Person Details
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  • Ghana
Participants Details

ELF Network

  • 2022 Theologians Network

Ministry Focus

  • Education and/or Training


  • University

Funding Status

  • ELF Funded
Participants Answers
What is your ministry?

My current ministry comprises of soul winning the unsaved according to biblical principles. It also includes discipleship and mentoring of the body of Christ, and equipping them to be relevant in society. Finally, I am into music training, music production, and music education for the Church of Pentecost.

When did you trust Christ?

I originally decided to follow Jesus at age 13. It all happened after I followed my parents to church from infancy. After a while, I asked them how I could also do the work they do in the name of Jesus. My Dad then told me, “before you can do the works we do in the name of Jesus, you need to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior.” I became more interested in Jesus and I accepted him. Since then I've stayed committed to him.

What have been the defining moments of your Christian walk?

My life has been impacted through intentional mentoring and personal Christian experiences.

What do you hope to gain from participating?

It will help me identify and also interact with different models of Christian ministry.

What is your leadership role or what were your past leadership roles?

I began my leadership roles at age 10, when I was a song leader at Sunday school. I continued my leadership experience at the primary school as a discipline prefect through the junior high level. At the senior high level, I continued as the senior prefect and also the SRC president. Other leadership roles included, Pensa president, and Scripture Union president during my senior high school education. Other responsibilities at church include; local evangelism leader, district youth leader, church secretary, a presiding Elder over a local church, and now a resident minister of a worship center. I started my teaching career as a pupil's teacher, and now I am a lecturer at the University.

Why should someone invest in your ministry?

Looking at the caliber of persons I serve and minister to, I need more training, engagement, and exposure to be able to meet the needs of such persons across all areas.