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Dr. Mensa Otabil

General Overseer

International Central Gospel Church

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International Central Gospel Church

4225 Phil Niekro Pkwy

Norcross, Georgia 30093

United States

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The International Central Gospel Church - ICGC - is an Evangelical, Charismatic Christian Church. It was officially inaugurated as a church on the 26 th of February 1984, in Accra, Ghana. The first meeting was held in a small classroom with an initial mem ... more

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Founder
Pastor Dr. Mensa Otabil International Central Gospel Church

Honorary Member
Institute of Public Relations Ghana

Board Member
Central University College

Education



Morning Star School

DD

Master's programme
Finance

first degree

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Pastor Mensa Otabil of the International Central Gospel Church, investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, technology innovator Bright Simons, Patrick Awuah of Ashesi University, host of the CITI Breakfast Show, Bernard Avle and Osei Kwame Despite, owner of Peace FM are among Ghana's most influential (GMI) personalities.


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The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr Mensa Otabil, says Christians must not turn away ladies in mini-skirts from church. In his Sunday March 9, 2014 sermon monitored by XYZ News, Dr Otabil said Christians must not be judgmental of such people but rather welcome them into the church and allow the Holy Spirit to work on them. "There are people who come to church in all kinds of state. And there are some Christians who are very intolerant. They see some woman who comes to church - maybe with a short skirt - and they [grumble]: 'The judgment of God, the fire will burn you.' Let them come with their short skirts," Dr Otabil urged the church, "and let the Holy Spirit begin to work on them." "And after the Holy Spirit has worked on you for a long time, you add one more inch to your skirt," adding that with time, "you add a few more inches and after a long time, you add another inch." According to Pastor Otabil, "it is not about how you dress. It is about Jesus in you. And when you become a disciple of Christ, your dressing will change. I guarantee you that your dressing will change." "So instead of being cruel, be kind and allow people to grow spiritually, then the physical manifestations will show," Dr Otabil admonished his congregation. Asserting that true love for all kinds of people was the truest form of evangelism, Dr Otabil said "evangelising is not just crusades, and that "crusades most times are not even effective.
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He is the Founder and General Overseer of the International Central Gospel churches and also serves as the Senior Pastor of Christ Temple in Accra. He is also the Chancellor of Ghana's premier private University- The central University College (CUC).


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Most Rev. Gabriel Palmer-Buckle (left), Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, exchanging pleasantries with Pastor Mensa Otabil, Founder, International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), at the launch of a book authored by Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu in Accra. Picture: EMMNAUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI | Churches urged to speak out on problems of society Ghana News - Churches urged to speak out on problems of society - Graphic Online

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Most Rev. Gabriel Palmer-Buckle (left), Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, exchanging pleasantries with Pastor Mensa Otabil, Founder, International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), at the launch of a book authored by Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu in Accra. Picture: EMMNAUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI Most Rev. Gabriel Palmer-Buckle (left), Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, exchanging pleasantries with Pastor Mensa Otabil, Founder, International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), at the launch of a book authored by Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu in Accra. Picture: EMMNAUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI By: Severious Kale Dery Date : Thursday, 10 March 2016 11:39 Published in General News Follow @Graphicgh
The founder of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Pastor Mensa Otabil, has charged the Church not to remain silent over the ills of the society but constantly seek to find solution to the problems confronting the people.
"The Church is an active participant in the community and that is why we cannot be silent. The Church must participate and be part of the struggle, of the fears, of the hopes and of the desires of the people," he said.
Pastor Otabil was speaking at the launch of a book at the British Council Hall in Accra entitled, "Understanding the Mass - Historical, Biblical, Theological and liturgical perspectives", authored by the Catholic Bishop of the Konongo-Mampong Diocese, Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu.
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Pastor Otabil noted that the problem confronting the society was that they wanted the Church to take care of the sick, the helpless and the needy, pointing out that "without questioning why the weak are weak, why the sick are sick and why the dying are dying, everybody is okay with the Church."
"But we cannot just continue taking care of the society's problems. We must question why those problems exist in the first place and that is our mission to the world as the Church," he stressed.
Pastor Otabil said it was the responsibility of the Church to help the society by seeking to lift the people up from suffering to the point where the quality of life of the people was improved.
"If we shirk that responsibility, then we are shirking the centrality of our faith as Christians," he admonished, adding "that was part of the burden as Christians."

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