Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams
is known in many parts of the world as the “Apostle of Strategic Prayer” and is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM). CAFM has over 150 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International. Prayer Summit International brings the message and the power of prayer to many U.S. and international cities with its emphasis on corporate prayer and breaking down the spiritual barriers that hinder revival.
Anointed in the ministry of prayer, healing and the prophetic, his teachings have touched countless lives over the past twenty-five years. His intense passion for intercession and strategic prayer is born out of his personal experience. Archbishop Duncan-Williams offers counsel, direction and mentorship to upcoming ministry leaders as well as seasoned and established pastors and leaders. He has been instrumental in revival in many parts of the world. Archbishop believes that the different revivals that have come across the nations of our world were a result of prayer. There is no substitute for prayer; prayer is the lifeline of the believer and the church of Jesus Christ. He also believes that intercession will be the last move that will precede the coming of the Lord.
“Preaching is powerful, teaching is good, but none of these things move heaven and change the course of events in the natural. It is prayer that changes things. Teaching and preaching does not heal the land, but it is when God’s people humble themselves and pray that heaven hears and heals the land; communities, cities, nations and families”. He has been recognized and God has divinely enabled him, on many occasions to turn crisis-threatened churches around and prophetically turn them in the right direction. Archbishop has a distinct apostolic calling to Africa. This has included ministry to presidents as well as lending help to the poorest of the poor. God has used him to birth ministries in nations that are at the cutting edge of the 10/40 window. Many who refer to him as a spiritual father are currently on the frontline of ministry, preaching to the Jews, in Israel, and to the Arabs in Lebanon and throughout the Middle East. This apostolic calling has caused Archbishop to take from Ghana; the same truths that have helped him build a strong dynamic ministry of over 10,000 members, into other nations of the world.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams’ anointing in the area of prayer and intercession has been recognized by many leaders in the body of Christ. His association with established leaders such as Oral and Richard Roberts, Dr. Morris Cerullo, Bishop T.D. Jakes and C. Peter Wagner has gained him respect and accreditation by various church leaders worldwide.
As the Book of Proverbs so plainly states, “…a man’s gift will make room for him and bring him before great and mighty men ….” Archbishop Duncan-Williams has been used by God to counsel and speak to world leaders of various nations throughout the world. This has ranged from several presidents to scores of Ambassadors, Ministers of State, many in parliament and lawmakers in the continents of Africa, Europe, Asia and North America. This Apostolic grace has been recognized and appreciated by all who have been in Bishop’s company.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams has authored several books and can be seen weekly on his television program “The Voice of Inspiration” which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa.
Bishop Kibby Otoo
is the Presiding Bishop of Action Ministries in the Americas & Caribbean (AMAC). Affectionately known as Bishop Kibby, he was called to ministry in 1995 in his native land of Ghana, West Africa. He was trained in ministry and served for 20 years as a trusted Assistant to Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, founder of Christian Action Faith Ministries in Accra, Ghana. As a servant-leader, he traveled the world ministering alongside the Archbishop, experiencing the awesome manifestation of God’s power in many meetings and international conferences. He has also served as the National
Prayer Coordinator for Christian Action Faith Ministries - organizing strategic prayer globally among leaders and lay people. Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has established Action Ministries in the Americas and Caribbean - AMAC (formerly Action Chapel North America) with Bishop Kibby Otoo as overseer. AMAC covers Action Chapel Church plantings in Alabama, California, Connecticut, Mississippi, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Bahamas, and Canada. The thriving Action Chapels of Alexandria, Virginia, Laurel and Baltimore, Maryland are a foundation from which will spring more Action Chapels across the United States, Canada, Central & South America, and the Caribbean Islands. Bishop Kibby’s ministry has impacted thousands in London, England; Seoul, Korea; South Korea; across the United States, the Caribbean, and many African nations. Bishop Kibby received his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science from the University of Ghana and his Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He later received an honorary Doctor of Divinity from the Virginia University of Lynchburg. Bishop Kibby is married to the lovely Lady Elsie Otoo and has four heaven-sent daughters, Miracle, Christina, Zoe, and Angela.