The leadership of the International Clergy Association Inc. (ICA) has honoured the Founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, and GCK Convener, Pastor Dr. William Folorunso Kumuyi.

Pastor Kumuyi was awarded with a special Global Lifetime Achievement Award during the recently held GCK-GH Crusade and Ministerial and Professional Conference at Royal House Chapel and the Crusade at the Independence Squares.

NACAG is the local representative chapter of ICA.

The award is in recognition of his meritorious contributions to the Ministry of God as well as touching lives and representing the general good of mankind.

The awards is dedicated to annually acknowledge the immense contribution of reverend ministers, organisations, and institutions that promote the propagation of the gospel and sustainable peace.

Reverend Dr. Bishop Charles Abban, Executive Director of NACAG, in an address, said the award was to encourage other clergy men to serve God and humanity diligently in their calling and duties.

The awards considers leadership skills, commitment, and the contribution of the awardees, towards the communities they serve.


The International Clergy Association (ICA) is a body of ordained ministers of God formed on January 31st, 2008 in Accra-Ghana.

Under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Charles Abban, President, Founder, and life patron. ICA was constituted in line with his vision, as well as the expression of his desire to be a faithful steward of the Ministry of God, and the resource that the Lord has entrusted into his hands to bring together pastors, and Christians, as well as their extended families into common ministry and to advance the kingdom of God.

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Besides, being an avenue for interaction and intra-ministerial work, the Association also seeks to provide a common teaching and training programmed, while aiding ministers in the provision of vital social service training in their respective churches.

ICA provides a collaborative network of pastors across the globe, such that a pastor will have preaching appointments in other affiliated churches when he or she is out of the home country.

In this connection, ICA provides ordination, divine direction, spiritual and physical empowerment of pastors, churches, and Christian organization worldwide that are engaged in Christian ministry including outreach, discipleship, missions, and economic empowerment.

It is the vision of ICAG to bring Africans together in the Diaspora for economic, social, and spiritual empowerment.

It is also mandated to mobilize all Africans in the Diaspora to address issues, meet needs and build a sustainable economy for Africa.

NACAG on the other hand, is a body of ordained ministers of God or persons called by God to do his work in a professional manner, such as any professional bodies in the country. (Notable are the gifts to the church) Ephesians 4:11
Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors,
Teachers among others.

NACAG acts an advocate for the minister of God in Ghana.

NACAG also helps to ordain and license member pastors who have gone through those processes already or wish to be re-ordained or licensed.

More details are available on its official website:

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