Commissioned Minister

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Commissioned Minister

I am Nancy Amponsah Adjei. Currently, I am a United Kingdom resident in London. I am going to share about my Pastoral Ministry and ordained Officiant Minister Journeys. Also, I am excited about soon being an ordained commissioned minister. I am married with two sons and four stepchildren. They are out of school and working. Two of them are married.

My Call

I was born in Kumasi, Ghana (West Africa). Before coming to the United Kingdom, I was preaching and blessing marriages. I also used to do pre-marital counseling, which I still love doing when there is the opportunity. Coming to a new country and having to start anew, I understood the need to be certified before being able to carry on with the work I used to do in Ghana. So, I decided to embark on this journey to become an ordained minister with the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Loss and New Direction

God saved me through a lot since my being in the UK. I had a pre-mature son (27 weeks) and survived several complications, including life-threatening situations for both of us. We stayed in the hospital for a while. Finally, I was able to take my son home after nine months. Of course, I was still regularly at the hospital. However, I used that as an opportunity to minister to other parents and staff.

My belief that God can do all things meant I was very confident and positive. But, after fourteen months, I lost my son. This loss was a huge blow, but God helped me through this. I believe God used me to call people to Himself during my stay and regular trips to the hospital. Hence, I know my son’s passing brought life to others. It was during my ministering to other parents at the hospital that I was recommended on several occasions to pursue a pastoral path. Most of them were surprised I was not a pastor. I heeded their advice.

Free Training at CLI and Ordination with CLA

Finding the Christian Leaders Institute’s free ministry training has been a dream come true. My greatest desire is to be used by God. Now I am getting the required training I need to follow this path. I am more passionate today than ever as I pursue my calling.

I minister at my local church and run events like prayer sessions, meetings, Bible studies, etc. Through these opportunities, other churches invited me on several occasions to preach. When I can, I do that.

I am very grateful to God for leading me to find CLI free training and CLA ordination. I should be a Commissioned Minister soon, paving the way to reach even more people. Please, keep me in your prayers as I continue to pursue this path that God has chosen for me.

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

Henry Reyenga is president of Christian Leaders Institute and Christian Leaders Alliance.