Charles Agyin-Asare Biography, Age, Early Life, Family, Education, Career And Net Worth

Charles Agyin-Asare

Charles Agyin-Asare is a popular Ghanaian pastor and founder of the Word Miracle Church International, later Perez Chapel International. 

Perez Chapel International is one of the renowned churches in the country with headquarters in Dzorwulu, Accra, Ghana. He has held crusades in almost all the continents on the globe and visited countries including Pakistan, Brazil, Japan, India among others, to preach the gospel.
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Charles Agyin-Asare Profile

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Full name: Charles Yewurakow Agyinasare
Date of birth: 22nd March 1962
Age: 58 years (2020)
Nationality: Ghanaian
Parents: Staff Sergent Andrews Asare and Elizabeth Arthur
Education: St Martins Senior High School, Nsawam, Ghana
Spouse(s): Rev. (Mrs.) Vivian Sena Agyinasare
Children: Francis Agyinasare, Charlene Agyinasare, Selaise Agyinasare
Occupation: Pastor
Church: Perez Chapel International
Net worth:

Charles Agyin-Asare Biography and Educational Background

Charles Agyin-Asare was born on the 22nd of March, 1962 into a Catholic family. His parents were Staff Sergent Andrews Asare and Elizabeth Arthur. In 2011, he changed his name to Agyinasare, following an Accra High Court decree.

He was raised in Accra, where he attended Weija Barracks Primary and the Armed Forces Experimental School for his primary education. At the age of 11, he got enrolled in the prestigious  St. Martin’s Secondary School for his secondary education. 

While in school, Agyin-Asare got overtaken by pressure from his fellow students who much older than him and got caught up in what he calls 'sin, revelry, alcoholism and drug addiction' and was a 'women-chasing college freak'. He was later expelled from St. Martin’s.

Conversion to Christianity

Charles Agyin-Asare in his quest for answers and thirst for the supernatural practised Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism for four years; subsequently fasted and prayed with Muslims in contemplation of converting to Islam, all of which felt to satisfy him.

In 1980, he got invited to the Church of Pentecost, where he responded to an altar call and got saved at the age of 18. This lead to his conversion to Christianity and subsequent deliverance from drug addiction and debauchery.

Three years after his deliverance, he quit his job and came into full-time pastoral ministry. During that period, he absorbed himself in books of Charles Finney, AW Tozer, RA Torrey, Andrew Murray, as well as the biographies and autobiographies of modern-day preachers.

He began the Teshie Praise Assembly in 1983 and in 1984, got ordained as a missionary by Enoch Agbodzo (Founder of the Ghana Evangelical Society, Accra). In 1986, he travelled to Nigeria to study crusade planning under the leadership of Benson Idahosa in Benin City, Nigeria.

In 1987, he started a church, World Miracle Bible Church which was later renamed Word Miracle Church International (now Perez Chapel International) in Tamale, the Northern Region of Ghana. 

Bishop Agyinasare is currently the senior pastor of the Perez Dome, which has a 14,000-seater auditorium, regarded as the largest auditorium in Ghana. He has been actively involved in spreading the Word of God for over three decades. He has preached in over 84 nations, including the United States, Holland, Switzerland, Israel, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, Brazil, France, the Islamic Kingdom of Bahrain, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Ukraine, Italy, Japan, India and many countries in Africa.

Awards and Recognitions

Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare pastoral works have earned him numerous awards and recognitions in several parts of the world. He has been awarded two honorary doctorate Degrees in Divinity and Humanity from reputable Universities in Europe and India respectively.

In 2007, Bishop Agyinasare received a national award – the Member of the Order of the Volta (MV) – by former President John Agyekum Kufour, for his outstanding achievements in championing African excellence as a religious leader.

Social Media Handles

You can connect with Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare on:
Instagram @CAgyinAsare
Twitter @CAgyinAsare

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