About The Author

 

Originally from Ghana in West Africa, I have lived in the UK for almost 35 years. I am married to Victoria Bosompimaa, a very industrious and talented woman, who has encouraged me to tell the world my story since the day we met. We have a lovely daughter Chantelle Nyarko. Together, we pastor a small but dynamic Word-based Church in Streatham, South London, named Mount Zion Revival.

I have been a teacher most of my life, starting first at the school of Administration, in the University of Ghana, Legon, in the early ‘80s, where I was a Teaching Assistant for a couple of years, after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Administration Degree, and then in several Colleges in London where I have been teaching Business studies to young adults.

I have always enjoyed sharing with others, whether it’s my food, money, clothes or knowledge. Maybe the Lord took that into account in calling me into His Teaching Ministry because there are few things I enjoy more than teaching. As a consequence, I have a passion for discipling believers in their faith to become mature in their walk with the Lord. In this, I seek to help believers apply the bible to their daily lives and to meet the standards of our high calling by the enabling power of the Spirit of God.

For over 2 decades, I ran a one-man Charity OPERATION HOPE to help disadvantaged children in my native Ghana, using most of my personal earnings as a teacher to sponsor their education at all levels of the educational strata, educating several hundreds, perhaps a few thousands, in the process. Through the charity, I built a number of fully equipped computer suites in several communities and schools in Ghana. In fact fifteen of them, to be precise. By the same token I shipped secondary level books to many schools in Ghana, refurbishing many libraries in the process with books withdrawn from UK college libraries. We were also able to supply photocopiers to several schools and colleges. We even had occasion to provide clothing and school uniforms to very needy schools and individual students and pupils.

From this, I learnt that you don’t have to be rich to be generous, and that you can always start where you are. At almost 63, I think I have learnt a few lessons in life which I can share with others in my writings, especially the young, in their life’s journey. A good mentor by your side could be worth more than 3 university degrees. This I hope to pursue with the same passion and vigour as I have anything I have had to do in life.