The CEEC is a communion of the one, holy catholic and apostolic Church 
created by a convergence of the three great historical expressions of faith and practice: 
the Evangelical/Biblical, the Charismatic/Pentecostal, and the Liturgical/Sacramental traditions.
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2.1 Million 
Adherents Globally

International College of Bishops

Bishop Primus
☩☩John Sathiyakumar
I take the words of the prophet very seriously : “Where there is no vision people perish.”   Vision and mission are the great priorities for any church or organization.

General Secretary
☩☩Robert Gosselin
Our diversity is supposed to be our strength, not a cause for division.  Jesus calls us to communion with one another, not just with Him.  We have a greater call to unity … a greater mission to accomplish.

North America
☩☩Charles Travis
☩☩Simon Nzishura
Asia & Oceania
☩☩Allen Paul
☩☩J. Devadass
South America
☩☩Mario Tamayo
Ecumenical Officer
Phil Harris☩
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The CEEC's newest missionary diocese
The Ghanaian word for “welcome” is emblazoned across the terminal building of Kotoka International Airport. It’s a word you will hear frequently on the street, in the homes, and in across the verdant countryside of Ghana. But it is not only people who are welcome. The nations of Ghana and Togo are experiencing a revial – the Holy Spirit is welcome too!

Meet Bishop Dr. Daniel Abban Minnow Ghansah, who serves as the Missionary Bishop for the Missionary Diocese of Ghana and Togo. Bishop Daniel is a Minister of the Gospel, an Educator, and a recognized Christian leader in his nation.

He is the embodiment of varied experiences spanning over the past two decades in Ghana. In addition to serving as the Bishop Ordinary, he also serves as the Presiding Prelate for International Council of Bishops & Apostles, Germany/USA and the Metropolitan Bishop of Throne of Grace Communion of Churches in Africa. It is his goal that the CEEC can be a core, unifying influence on these two entities, so the message of true convergence will permeate the rank and file. 

Bishop Daniel intends to leverage these networks and his offices to promote CEEC programs and activities across the 16 regions of Ghana starting from the Greater Accra Region.
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The Right Reverend
Dr. Daniel A. M. Ghansah

DIOCESAN BIshop ordinary
for the ceec MISSIONARY diocese of GHANA & TOGO

Ministry Reports & Blog Posts

June 12, 2021
99 and 44/100% pure WHAT?

Purity.  Depending upon the context, it is either an absolute necessity, somewhat desirable, and perhaps to some - not desirable in the least. Way back in 1881, an American company named Proctor & Gamble was searching for a way to position their product (Ivory Soap) as better than castile soap, which was commonly regarded at […]

June 11, 2021

Have you ever been in a situation where you know a hidden microphone is listening to your every word? I have, and it is a strange and unsettling feeling. These days one hears a great deal about personal privacy risks, especially from technology devices. It seems as though a new article gets written every day […]

June 10, 2021

Some things simply defy our logic. Or at least the logical power we can bring to bear right now. (It wont always be that way, by the way.) Calculus was never one of my favorite words. To be honest, math as a whole has never been my strong suite. I remember sitting in a calculus […]

June 9, 2021

GET UP - GET DRESSED - GET GOING We've all got a "morning routine" that starts our day. Sometimes it is a bit different, but most of us vary it only infrequently. I start my day by greeting the King. I remember reading something related to the UK's royal family that captured my interest. It […]

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