Fred Amoah-Darko

Africa & Middle East Regional Director

After graduating summa cum laude with a diploma from Maranatha Bible College in Ghana, Fred worked at the same college in Ghana for several years as a lecturer, eventually becoming the Academic Dean and Acting Principal.  Because of his desire to better serve his nation, he moved to the U.S. to continue his formal education, earning three degrees:

  • Bachelor of Arts from Washington Bible College
  • Master of Divinity from Capital Bible Seminary
  • Master of Theology from Capital Bible Seminary

During his time in the U.S., his constant goal was to return to Ghana and equip church leaders with the tools necessary to evangelize their country. This desire became a reality when he was introduced to AFCI.  After returning to Ghana, Fred established the Ambassadors Leadership Training Institute with a curriculum to train pastors and church leaders not just academically, but also practically.

After several years of serving as the National Director of Ghana, AFCI’s leadership asked Fred to assume the role of Regional Director for Africa and the Middle East. In this role, he is building teams of like-minded leaders across Africa. From the cities to the most rural villages, Fred and AFCI national teams are spreading the message of Christ and developing disciples who will ensure that the Great Commission is a priority within their spheres of influence for many years to come.

Fred lives in Ghana with his wife of more than 30 years, Ruby, who is also actively serving the work of AFCI.  They have three grown children.

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