The church with its headquarters at Pig Farm in Accra was established
11 years ago, after Prof Annor-Yeboah broke away from Christ Apostolic
Apostle Dr Jackson Owusu Stephen, the current Chairman of the CPIC,
told Ghana News Agency in an interview that the Foundation which was
inaugurated on Sunday October 26, was aimed at taking care of
brilliant but needy students of the church.
He appealed to corporate bodies, benevolent societies and
philanthropists to support the Foundation.
Apostle Stephen asked Ghanaians to believe and have faith in God,
saying there is better life ahead and while the people should focus on
good sanitation practices to avoid cholera and Ebola viral disease.
He said as current chairman of the church his vision is to win more
souls for Christ, prepare the congregation for the rapture, train them
to attain the image of Christ and open more branches across the globe.
The CPIC has 207 branches worldwide.