Pastor Frank Amoako-Gyampah is the senior pastor of Word of Life Christian Center Brussels, founded by Bishop Keith A Butler. He is also the senior assistant pastor and director of helps for Word of Faith International Christian Centre UK under the leadership of Pastor Timothy Ramsay.
Pastor Amoako-Gyampah has served under several Pastors since his conversion in his early teens and also in various capacities of “the ministry of helps” as a youth leader, youth councillor, head usher, ministry of defence, valet, singles minister and others.
Fondly known as Pastor A, he is a graduate of Pistis School of ministry UK class of 2002 which was set up by Bishop Keith. A Butler in the UK in 2001. He has also been an instructor at the school for over ten years and serves currently as the schools Administrator since 2013.
Pastor A is a member of the Ministerial alliance of Word of Faith International Christian Center Southfield Michigan USA under the leadership and founder of Bishop Keith A Butler.
Pastor A has a strong desire to see Christians live the Christ life (Col 3:3) that God intends and has called them to through the teaching and preaching of His Word and the demonstration of the Holy Spirit. He also believes his mission and calling is to equip the saints with the message of “the righteous living by faith” (Romans 1:17) and walking in their total God given authority (Luke 10:19).
Pastor Frank Amoako-Gyampah is married to his dream wife Abimbola Amaoko-Gyampah who is also an ordained Minister and an anointed psalmist. They currently have two lovely children Joash and Micah aka “the super twins”.
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