About Us

Our inception happened on the 9th of September when two friends decided to become prayer partners with Rev Clifford De-graft Ade who graduated from Agape Bible College in 2006 and was ordained in 2008 by the Great Bishop, Bishop Dag Heward Mills.

We witnessed people joining us during every single one of our prayer meeting days and on the 6th June 2010, we started our first Sunday service where we had as our Guest Speaker the then Odorkor Area Pastor of Apostolic Church Ghana, Rev. Patrick Agbeveme.

Since then, we have grown and have been growing into a scriptural spiritual and physically healthy family where love is expressed and felt.

Our Belief

We believe in

  1. The oneness of God, the unity of the Godhead and the trinity of the person therein.
  2. The divine inspiration and authority of the Holy Scriptures.
  3. The utter depravity of human nature, the necessity for repentance and regeneration and the eternal doom of the final impenitent.
  4. The virgin birth, sinless nature, atoning death, triumphant resurrection, ascension, and abiding intercession of the Lord Jesus Christ. The second coming and His millennial reign on earth.
  5. The sacraments of baptism by immersion and the Lord’s Supper.
  6. The baptism of the Holy Ghost for believers with signs and wonders.
  7. The Baptism, gifts and fruits of the Holy Ghost.
  8. The justification and sanctification of the believer through the finished work of Christ.
  9. The possibility of falling from grace.
  10. The church government by the Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers, and Deacons.
  11. The obligatory nature of tithes and offerings.

Our Mission

To bring people to Jesus for restoration to the original God – ordained state of man through the propagation of the Good News and the development of model New Testament Christians and Churches.

Our Vision

– Serving God through our generation.

– impacting society through Christ.

– Manifesting the Glory of Our God.

Our Value

A HUMBLE person, willing to SACRIFICE will SERVE God greatly




The Name Engrafted

During one of the prayer sessions of our prayer meetings I heard the phrase “Grafting the Word”.

After the meeting, I immediately did a quick biblical research and study of ” graff, graft, engrafted” and came across Romans 11 and James 1:21. From my studies, I realized God was talking to me about “degraft and engraft”. We need a graff that only God can replay through His Word, the engrafted Word.

And with prayer considerations, I came to the inspired conclusion that we have been “degrafted” from the world of sin and “engrafted” into Christ. This happens through the preaching and teaching of His Word, the engrafted Word; the Saving Word.

From where I got the inspiration and revelation of the commission or mandate of this great ministry

Rev. Clifford De-graft Ade is a Ghanaian with a Togolese heritage. Born into a polygamous family he grew in a large family of nine siblings and there he learnt many things when it comes to living a collective life, where your life depends on others and others also depend on you. Not only was the family a polygamous one but also it was a polytheistic one. Our dad was an animist but will not prevent any of us from going to church. There was never an imposition or insistency from him as to what we worship and where we worship.

Together with his other siblings, they use to attend Pentecost Church when he was a child. He attended a Catholic Primary School where he became a Catholic Christian and got baptized and confirmed until he moved to the next level of his education where he ended up becoming a Charismatic Pentecostal.

He has his nursery and primary educations in English and has to continue his secondary education in French, an interesting one of course. During his secondary education became a serious Christian and joined Victory Outreach Church where he became committed and actively involved in church work.

There in three consecutive times and by three different guest speakers and during three separate church services was giving prophecies about his call into ministry. These of course were in support and a confirmation of what his senior Pastor Rev. James Agbemebio has already pronounced on him.

Later on, he had his calling experience and encounter with God on two eventful visions after which he enrolled in Agape Bible College in 2005 where he graduated with an AA Degree in Bible Ministry and in obedience to the call has he come this far in ministry and is still on the move.

Rev. Clifford De-graft Ade