WELCOME TO GRACE BAPTIST MISSION GHANA
Introduction - Pastor Noah Quarshie
"I quit going to church. I said, "I am living and they speak only about the dead. There is nothing here for me." Once I could not find my favorite radio station. I heard something that sounded so good. It was the gospel and I saw my need."
Pastor Noah Quarshie
Noah Quarshie is a national missionary in Ghana, West Africa. Noah is the president of Shalom Indigenous Ministries projects which consist of the Baptist Institute of Professional Studies (BIPS), the Bips Secondary Technical School (Sec-Tech) and he is pastor of Baptist Bible Church.
Noah Quarshie’s Salvation, Baptism, Education, Experience & Preparation
I was saved in 1969 through the ministry of Back to the Bible Broadcast and baptized in 1970 at the Christiansburg Baptist Church. After serving as a Deacon and Sunday School Teacher from 1971 to 1974, I came to the USA in 1974 to attend Shelton College in Cape Canaveral, Florida, where I obtained by BA Degree in 1978. I then went on to Baptist Bible Seminary; where I obtained by M. Div. Degree in 1982. I returned to Ghana in 1983 to start the following ministries: Pastoral, Youth, i.e. the King of Kings Children’s Club, Church planting, Educational Institution, i.e. Baptist Institute of Professional Studies in 1992, BIPS Secondary/Technical, in 1999, camp and farm, and relief work.
Adelaide Quarshie’s Salvation, Baptism, Education, and Experience
I was led to the Lord by my senior brother in 1973, and was baptized the same year at the Christiansburg Baptist Church. I met my husband the same year and we were married on July 20, 1974. While my husband was away in the USA studying I was involved in teaching Sunday School. I have also been involved with the youth ministry, i.e. the King of Kings Children’s Club. I received a diploma in Bible from the Baptist Institute of Professional Studies, Accra, Ghana in 1997.