Bishop James K. Saah is the Senior Bishop of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) and Action Chapel International Cathedral (ACI)
Bishop James K. Saah is the Senior Bishop of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) and Action Chapel International Cathedral (ACI) in 1979.
Probably, it was the first charismatic church in Ghana initiating the charismatic movement.
Even more, Action Chapel is now one of Ghana’s largest megachurches with its headquarters on Spintex Road, close to Accra Mall.
Action Chapel International is a global ministry with more than 100 branches worldwide and several affiliate ministries all under the guidance of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.
James Saah, having served many years in Benin City – Nigeria.
But, as a missionary under the tutelage of the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa he joined ACI in 1989.
Also, he is a bible teacher, a Pastor and a conference speaker across nations. In Ghana he preaches and teaches both on television and radio.
Therefore, God has used him to promote the Thursday Morning JERICHO HOUR prayer meetings at
The Prayer Cathedral – Spintex Road-Accra, which attracts international attendance with phenomenal supernatural visitations of the Holy Spirit and astonishing testimonies.
Bishop James K. Saah welcoming Former President Of Ghana H.E. John Mahama And Mrs. Mahama to the Action Chapel
Hence, Bishop James Saah holds a Masters program in Governance and Leadership at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and is the author of a number of Books:
• The Finger of God;
• The Road to a The Double Portion;
• The Mystery of Success; and
• Seize your moment.
Also, periodically, Bishop Saah organizes forums and seminars for Christian Business men and women; the program dubbed ACTION BUSINESS FORUM attracts a large patronage across the nation.
Finally, He and his wife Agnes resides at East-Legon a suburb in Accra, Ghana’s capital City with their son Nana Kwame.
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Source: GhanaChurch.com – Ghana Churches News Portal
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