Some Ghanaian churches are now keeping the sharing and preaching of the word in the family. We took time to compile some churches that are being runned by family or sons of the leader of that church.

Hence keeping it in the family is the new fad in the realm of the gospel as the founders and overseers of several mega churches continue to introduce their wives, children and siblings to the everyday activity of the church. We spotted a few and want to share them with you.

Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah and Papa Korankye Ankrah

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Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah is the Apostle General of Royalhouse Chapel in Accra. His son Papa Korankye Ankrah is following suit and has a growing reputation as a preacher.

Bishop Charles Agyinasare and sons

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Bishop Charles Agyinasare led a revolution in the charismatic ministry in its formative years and his sons Francis and Selassie have also joined the ministry of their father at the Perez Chapel.

Pastor Ransford Obeng and Joshua Obeng

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Pastor Ransford Obeng is the head pastor of the Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC), who chalked 60 years on June 6, 2016. His son, Joshua, also received the calling and is currently a full-time pastor, ministering the word of God to the youth.

The Amoateng Brothers

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The  brothers: Prophet Sampson, Pastor Brian,Mark  and Prophet Daniel are transforming the lives of many through their prophetic utterances characterised by signs, wonders and miracles.

Sampson Amoateng is the General Overseer of House of Miracle Ministries, known in Ghana for its supernatural encounters and prophetic utterances.

Lets not forget to say they are among the best dressed in the ministry.

Tackie-Yarboi and son

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Bishop Tackie-Yarboi is currently the Presiding Bishop of Victory Bible Church International. His son, Nii Sorse Tackie-Yarboi also preaches in the same church.

Duncan Williams and Joel Duncan Williams

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The future of the Action Chapel is in safe hands with Joel Duncan Williams joining his father, Archbishop Duncan Williams in the pulpit.