“… The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few” Luke 10:2
Christ is The Answer Campaign (CITAC) formerly known as the Agyin Asare Gospel Crusades is a non-denominational, non-profit making Christian organization with a burden to reach the nations of the world through Mass Evangelism, Conferences, Seminars and Social Relief Services.
Our vision is to take the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to to the four corners of the world in fulfilment of the Great Commission. Matt. 28:19-20
In 1983, the Lord Commissioned his servant Bishop Charles Agyinasare when he said to him in a Morris Cerullo school of ministry held in Accra; “ My boy Charles , I give you power over demons and principalities, heal the sick, raise the dead, preach the kingdom.” Since then, he has preached the gospel in over 62 nation of the world.
The Christ is The Answer Campaign train has touched many nations like, Liberia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Ukraine, Sierra Leone . Our crusades and conferences attracts people of all walks of life, politicians, business men and women, etc.
AIM & OBJECTIVE
- To promote Worldwide Evangelism through the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ and vigorous crusades in cities, towns and villages.
- To preach, heal, deliver the oppressed and set the spiritually captives free.
- To promote Evangelization of the Gospel through the print and electronic media.
- To provide a basis for fellowship among Christians of like faith.
- To break the denominational barrier, foster unity in the body of Christ and to demonstrate the undeniable proof of God’s power in communities, cities and nation.
Our Social Relief Service is geared towards bring smiles on the faces of the poor in deprived communities by offering such items like, clothing, foot ware, blankets, books, food etc. Our Team of Medical experts including doctors, nurses, pharmacists etc are ever ready to offer free medical care to the sick during our crusades. We also have a team of counsellors and prayer warriors who are available to offer any form help in communities where we host our crusades.
As part of our mandate, we seek all creative means to reach the unsaved with the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. TV, Radio, Newsletter Books, Tapes, Social media, etc.
In 1980, Agyinasare was invited to the Church of Pentecost, where, at the age of 18, he responded to an altar call and got saved. He then converted to Christianity and was delivered from a life of drug addiction and debauchery.
In 1983 he quit his job and came into full time pastoral ministry. During that period, he absorbed himself in books of AW Tozer, Andrew Murray, Charles Finney, RA Torrey, as well as the biographies and autobiographies of modern day preachers.
Agyinasare is married to Rev. Mrs. Vivian Agyinasare (m.1985), who currently serves as the International Women’s Director of the Perez Chapel International and Associate Churches Worldwide. They have three adult children, an adopted daughter, and a granddaughter: Dr. Selaise Agyinasare, Pastor Francis Agyinasare, Ms Charlene Agyinasare, Ms Clementina Quarshie, and Ms Carly Agyinasare.
Bishop Agyinasare, as he is popularly known, has been involved in world evangelism for over three decades and has preached in about 84 nations including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Ukraine, Israel, Brazil, India, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Islamic Kingdom of Bahrain, Japan and many countries in Africa. He holds crusades in some of the most dangerous parts of the world, where he has recorded over 300,000 people in a single night in some of them.
The following year, Agyinasare was ordained as a missionary by Brother Enoch Agbozo (Founder of the Ghana Evangelical Society, Accra). In 1986, as his congregation increased, he decided to go study crusade planning at the All Nations For Christ Bible Institute under the leadership of Benson Idahosa in Benin City, Nigeria. While in Nigeria, he was privileged to speak for Rev. David Oyedepo (now Bishop) in Kaduna and was ordained an Apostle by him.
In 1987, Agyinasare started a church, World Miracle Bible Church which was later renamed Word Miracle Church International (now Perez Chapel International) in Tamale, the Northern Region of Ghana. He moved to Accra in 1994 (CFC Building – Nkrumah Circle) where his meetings were characterised by mighty signs and wonders including stopping the rain. In what he calls “the Great Move”, the governing body of church bought and relocated their place of worship to the former Meat Marketing Board Head Office (now Perez Dome, Dzorwulu) in March 1998. From an initial Sunday morning membership of seventy adults in October 1994, the church has grown phenomenally to several thousands of people with over 50 branches currently in Accra and hundreds of affiliates worldwide.
On a weekly basis, the Perez Dome, which is a 14,000-seater auditorium, welcomes thousands of people and is currently regarded as the largest auditorium in Ghana. The President of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, on a visit described the place of worship as “one of the Seven Wonders of Ghana”.
A Bible teacher with a doctorate in theology, Agyinasare has planted churches worldwide and served as a missionary with a passion to win souls for Christ.
In recognition of his distinguished service to humanity, he has been awarded two honorary doctorate Degrees in Divinity and Humanity from reputable Universities in Europe and India respectively.
In 1991, Agyinasare was awarded Honorary Doctor of Divinity from London’s Shiloh Ecclesiastical Bible College, by Archbishop Malachi Ramsey at Living Springs-Chapel International, UK.
He also holds a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Theology from Vision International University, USA. In 2015, Agyinasare was awarded The Global Leadership Award from Regent University, USA by Professor Clifton Clarke in recognition of his efforts in raising leaders across the world and for his impact across the globe. He has been given declarations from the Senate of Texas and is also an honorary citizen of Houston, in May 1999.
Agyinasare has fellowshipped with, counselled and prayed for presidents, both nationally and internationally. These include His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings (former President, Ghana), His Excellency John Dramani Mahama (Ghana), His Excellency John Evans Atta Mills (late former President, Ghana), His Excellency John Agyekum Kufour (former President, Ghana), President Laurent Gbagbo (former President, Ivory Coast), President Faure Gnassingbé (Togo) and H.E Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary General.