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The Children’s Ministry, which is the children’s wing of the Church, meets on Sundays before the adult service.

The Children’s Ministry trains children along biblical precepts of balanced growth. This includes lessons on Salvation, Worship and Obedience. It supports such training with games, quizzes and Sword Drills.

Additionally, it ministers to primary schools and orphans and organises vacation Bible schools and camp meetings. It also conducts counselling sessions, organises media evangelism, and carries out other specialised children-related functions.

Pastor Prof. William Otoo Ellis is the current Director of the Children’s Ministry. He is assisted by Elder Lawyer Alfred Aidoo.  Prophet David Kankam Beditor is the Patron of the Youth Ministry.

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Apostle Fred Tiakor Director

Apostle Fred Tiakor is the Children’s Ministry Director of The Church of Pentecost.

He was born on January 30, 1960 at Peki in the Volta Region of Ghana and had his secondary school education at Effiduase Secondary/Commercial School in Koforidua, where he obtained the G.C.E. ‘O’ Level in 1979. He earned the G.C.E. ‘A’ Level in 1984 as a private candidate. He was employed in the Labour Department in 1981 as a Labour Inspector, rising through the ranks to the position of Labour Officer in 1991. Among his schedules was Industrial Relations and serving as the Employment Officer in charge of Tema District. He resigned from the Civil Service in 1998, having served for 17 years.He was called into full-time ministry of The Church of Pentecost in January, 1998 and has since served as a minister of the Church in various districts and capacities. He was ordained an Apostle in 2015. He holds a Bachelor of Theology degree from the Canada Christian College and currently pursuing a Master of Theology degree from the South Africa Theological Seminary. He has attended many international conferences and courses, including: Personnel Management (Introduction and Practice)– M.D.P.I., Accra (1986), Labour Administration / Relations-Labour College, Accra (1994), Advanced Leadership Seminar – Haggai Institute, Maui, Hawaii, U.S.A. (Nov. 2000), Tutor Training Course for Children’s Ministry – Petra College, Abetifi-Kwahu, Bunso, Abokobi (2001, 2002, 2009) and Management Course for Leaders – Corat Africa, Agogo – April, 2006. Apostle Tiakor has also travelled extensively to U.S.A, Europe, Asia and Africa, mostly on official ministerial assignments. He is married to Agnes Tiakor and are blessed with three children, namely Stella, Stephen and Samuel.

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Pastor Prof. William Otoo Ellis Director

Pastor Professor William Otoo Ellis is the Deputy Director of the Children’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost. He is a Professor of Food Science at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). He is an accomplished researcher and an academic of international repute with expertise in Higher Education Institutional Management spanning more than a decade. He has served in various academic, national and international positions, notable among which is being the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) from 2010 to 2016.

He has served as visiting Professor at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) and an adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama, Birmingham in the USA. He had his academic training from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana and McGill University, Montreal, Canada. He has; several scholarly publications to his credit, mounted several exhibitions with Research colleagues and been a speaker at many national and international conferences. Prof. Ellis has worked on several projects with grants from reputable institutions, including USAID, IDRC, NIH, UNESCO, IFAD, DfID and Mastercard Foundation. During the course of his service, he has fostered strategic institutional relationships with some very distinguished personalities, facilitated and coordinated linkages with many international institutions, multinational organizations and the private sector.

Apart from his academic and professional work experience, Prof. Ellis was a member of PENSA-KNUST during his student days at KNUST, being a member of the Inter-Hall Christian Fellowship (IHCF) where he worked in the Prisons Wing. He started his Children’s Ministry work right in Montreal, Canada during his postgraduate education at McGill University. Since that time (1990), he has been working with the Children’s Ministry. Prof. Ellis has worked in different areas of the church doing this in line with duties as a Children’s Ministry teacher. He has served in executive positions of the Children’s Ministry at PIWC-Asokwa

He is married to Dr. (Mrs) Florence Ellis, a Deaconess of the Church and an Area Executive Member of the Asokwa Area Children’s Ministry. They are blessed with two daughters; Dr. Theodora-Ann Ellis and Miss Emmanuella Ellis, a PhD student at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.