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Welcome to I.G.W.C

The International God's Way Church (I.G.W.C) began when the Prophet Daniel Obinim lead this new congregation. He started a fellowship at the Asawase King Faisal School Pitch in the year 2000 with only 2 members. After 6 months, the number increased to 50 members. With this number, God told him to find a proper and ideal place to move the ministry there so he came to Mighty Royal International School at Asawase.

The number increased to 200 members so two classrooms were allocated to the fellowship. At this stage there was the need to

transform the fellowship into a church. It was therefore registered and new leaders and Pastors were appointed. The church was then given the name International God's Way Church in February, 2003 from the previous fellowship name God's Way Worship Centre.

The church was moved from Asawase to Dechemso at Dr. Boakye Dankwa Hospital. The church was there for one year and the number was still going up meanwhile it was meeting at somebody's house with the number around 400 members.

In view of the increasing number of members day in and out, it became extremely necessary to raise some funds to purchase a parcel of land to put up its own permanent place.

Since the year 2004, the church as been firmly established at Kwabre Kenyase Bosore as the headquarters. The church has eight (8) branches at the moment and is in the process of establishing more branches across the length and breadth of the country. The branches are Accra, Tema, Koforidua, Asante Akim Agogo, Konongo , Sunyani and Obuasi.

Prophet Daniel Obinim has the singular capacity to engage the hearts and minds of all who hear him. Drawing inspiration not only from scripture but the richness of our common literary and musical traditions, he spoke to our present-day condition, infusing old orthodoxies with new context and urgency, touching simultaneously the believer and unbeliever.

Congregational in its constitution and organization, inclusive in spirit and it affirmed the major creeds of Christian Faith.