The World Movers and Shakers Ministry is the dynamic youth ministry of Royalhouse Chapel International. The World Movers Generation (WMG) which was first launched on Sunday (March 2011) by the Apostle-General (AG) introduced a new phase to the second service at Ahenfie. It was the dawning of a new day for the dynamic, exuberant and energetic young adults at Ahenfie. Specially and skillfully crafted to meet the unique spiritual, intellectual, psychological, technological and socio-economic needs of the upwardly mobile youth in the nation, WMG aka World Movers Church readily attracted its target audience. The members of this dynamic service include young professionals, young graduates and undergraduates from Ghana's tertiary institutions, entrepreneurs, and ambitious future leaders of the nation.
The exuberant and Spirit-filled WMG praise and worship is led by some of Ghana's finest and famous praise leaders such as Minister Kofy of Mentor 3 fame, Pastor Paa Kyeremanten of Mentor 3 fame and Pastor Nana Yaw all of whom are committed members of Royalhouse Chapel.
The vision of the AG for WMG is to
i. Maximize and fully develop the spiritual, mental and entrepreneurial potential of all the young adults in Royalhouse by preaching messages of hope that are relevant to the needs of these future leaders.
ii. Encourage net-working among the young adults, stimulate their minds to embrace unlimited possibilities, and offer them business, investment and financial opportunities in various fields.
iii. Build their self-image, self-worth and self-confidence and encourage them to use the media and technology to influence their peers positively, to promote the gospel, godly business and work ethics as well as good morals.
iv. Prepare, nurture and raise intelligent but God-fearing, trust-worthy, dedicated and Spirit-filled leaders for the political and socio-economic development of Ghana.
The AG also features the WMG on his weekly TV program dubbed "Power in His Presence”. Join the World Movers and World Shakers this and every Sunday at 10:30 at the headquarters, Ahenfie.
The expectations of society is that persons who come out of our prisons and other remand centers become transformed individuals so that they can be successfully reintegrated into our communities. Unfortunately this has not been the case as ex-convicts are rather ostracized and restricted from the society. Family relations desert such convicts and friends also fail to accept them after their demise. The training and treatments they receive while serving their sentence has rather been destructive to their personalities. It is for this course that the school of restoration was started by Royalhouse Chapel International.
The school of restoration has been a medium used to equip ex-convicts, drug addicts, prostitutes, alcoholics and any other group of persons suffering with addictive issues to gain the necessary attention, love, training and premise to become better integrated into the society and overcome such addictive practices.
The school of restoration is to help deviants rebuild their lives and reintegrate into society. In order to attain this, they are taken through courses and programs which are relevant to their emotional, mental and spiritual needs. Other privileges which the ex-convicts have benefited are financial aids to help them not turn back into theft to help them survive, constant supply of food and material needs.
The impact has been enormous since its inception. The school successfully graduated its first batch of ex-convicts on the 4th March, 2012.
As part of the philanthropic acts of the Apostle General, Royalhouse Chapel International established the Senior Citizen’s Ministry about eight (8) years ago. The vision of this special ministry is to reach out to the aged, redefine their lives and leave them with a reason to live.it is also keen in providing the emotional needs of, health needs, psychological needs and physical needs of its participants.
The traditional worldview of Ghanaians fuel the belief, not only in charms and amulets but more importantly in the inimical, nocturnal activities of witches and wizards. Unfortunately, in Ghana, the age group that is mostly suspected and accused of nurturing witchcraft powers is the senior citizens or the aged. Consequently the aged become prime suspects of any misfortune (real or imagined) which is suffered by other family members. As a result, they are often neglected and maltreated. The results of this neglect and stigmatization in most cases are rejection, loneliness, broken-heatedness and depression. Others are lack of socialization psychosomatic disease and premature deaths. These are some of the problems that I seek to resolve through the Senior Citizens’ Ministry.
The Senior Citizen’s Ministry therefore gathers an average of 400 senior citizens every Thursday at RCI’s headquarters ‘Ahenfie’. The physical, spiritual, medical and financial needs of these elderly people (60 years and older) are catered for. Through these demonstrations of love, many of them have received Jesus Christ as their lord and Personal Saviour and made to use their time and efforts in making our Lord Jesus known.
Another very important impact which this Ministry has made is that, it has reunited and reconciled a lot of senior citizens with their relations. The love, care and acceptance which I demonstrate to the senior citizens convince their relatives that they are not witches and wizards as they might have been branded. By this way, I have been able to significantly improve family relations between the ‘once rejected’ senior citizens on one hand and their relatives on the other.
One key concern of this Ministry has been the health and physical needs of the members. A number of senior citizens who came to the church with various diseases have been completely healed.
One of the many testimonies which are worth sharing is the miraculous healing of an 85 year old woman who was crippled. She received her healing at one of the Thursday meetings for the aged. Unaided and in full view of some of some of her family members, she rose to her feet after prayers were said for her and started walking, jumping and praising God.
Another remarkable testimony is the miraculous healing of an old man who was brought to the Senior Citizen’s Ministry paralyzed from his neck downwards. Many others have been healed psychologically and through the constant medical care and health talks they receive, their lives have been prolonged.
I have a vision to build a Day Care facility for the aged where they can receive continuous care and attention on a daily basis.
We teach, train and nurture new souls to be grounded in the things of God, to inculcate into them the vision and mission of Royalhouse Chapel International.
Motto: Making True Disciples
Meeting Days: Mondays & Wednesdays - 6:30pm
Venue: Childrens Auditorium
Membership Size: Teachers- 32, Students - 250-300
i. Teachers Conference -
ii. 1st Graduation- March @ 6:00pm- Venue: Royalhouse Chapel Auditorium
iii. 2nd Graduation- September- @ 6:00pm- Venue: Royalhouse Chapel Auditorium
How to be come a Member:
Its an open invitation to all new souls and those who want to become members of Royalhouse Chapel International.
Established in 1993 the school seeks to established new members/converts in the foundation of faith and the vision of the church(Royalhouse Chapel). It entails 10 weeks study on Mondays in English and Wednesday in French, Ewe, Ga and Twi after which graduates are accepted into full membership and presented with church membership certificates.
Dean: Pastor Dr. Anastasia Yirenkye
The Technical Department and Instrumentalist Group was founded at the birth of the church in 1992 by the Apostle General Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah to enhance and facilitate worship via electronic equipment, thus improving the final sound produced.
We meet on Saturdays from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
The group is responsible for the following:
(1) The flow of information from the Church Administration to guests
(2) The welfare of guests
(3) The clearance of visitors at the airport vis-à-vis departure and arrival formalities
(4) Serving as tourist guides for guests
(5) Providing first aid to church members
(6) Announcements at the Information Desk
(7) Taking care of visitors during major church activities such as Convention of Saints, Men’s camp meetings, Royal Ladies’ Camp meetings etc.
We meet on Wednesdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm.
The Deacons’ Board was put in place by Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah primarily for the following tasks:
(1) To uphold and promote the vision of Royalhouse Chapel by providing the welfare needs of the members.
(2) To ensure their comfort.
(3) To maintain the high standards of discipline set by the man of God.
(4) To ensure cleanliness in the house of the LORD.
We meet on the first Wednesdays of every month.
It was formed in 1992 by Rev. Mrs. Rita Korankye Ankrah for the following purposes:
(1) To maintain cleanliness in the house of God
(2) To render services that will make worshipers comfortable
(3) To promote the image of the Church (RCI) by the various services they render
The group meets on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm.
Men's Millenium Choir