Rev. Jonathan Quabla Afrique Ahali is the Pastor in charge of ICGC Possibility Assembly, Dansoman. He is a renowned Teacher, Preacher and passionate worshipper; the author of the worshipper’s guide – “Crying Abba Father”. He trained in two of Ghana’s most prestigious theological institutions; The School of theology, Central University College, Accra and Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon. Prior to becoming a full time Resident pastor, he was a worship minister and he still finds occasion to lead God’s people into His presence. He is happily married to Gladys and they are blessed with a son.
ICGC, Possibility Worship Temple started on 1st April, 2007 by Rev Jonathan Ahali Quabla-Afrique and some few members at Dansoman Club 250 and later moved to its second location on the same street. The church is currently located at Dansoman Amissah Hill on its ultra-modern structure. History of ICGC: International Central Gospel Church was founded on 26th February 1984 by REV DR MENSAH OTABIL and about 20 members in Accra.Currently there are over 135 Assemblies and Churches within and outside Ghana. The General Church Council is the highest policy making body in the church. It acts as the highest policy making body in the church and has the power to approve the appointments of the General Overseer, Deputy General Overseer and Secretary General. Its membership includes Ministers of ICGC and the Legal Advisor of the Church.The Presbytery, also referred to as the Executive Board, deals with matters requiring attention between the meetings of the General Church Council and, in general, administers the spiritual and temporal affairs of the church. It is the highest Executive body of the Church.
In May 1986, the church settled in a rented scout hall – the Baden Powell Memorial Hall – which became its home for the next ten years. During this ten-year period, the membership rose to over 4,000. This period also saw aggressive missionary church planting activities with local assemblies established in almost all the major towns and cities of Ghana. Several other churches were also planted in cities in Europe and the United States.
The first congregation which was established in February 1984, now designated as the Christ Temple Assembly, has directly planted over forty other churches out of the original congregation in the Accra – Tema metropolis of Ghana alone. In 1988, the ICGC established a ministerial institute to train a new generation of leaders to carry out its vision. From the initial six-month certificate in ministry, the college has developed into the premier private-owned University in Ghana known as the Central University College. Again in 1988, the church instituted an educational scholarship scheme, known as Central Aid, to finance the education of selected needy students in pre-tertiary educational institutions. This scheme is now considered the largest non-governmental scholarship programme for students in pre-tertiary education in Ghana.
The International Central Gospel Church is a socially conscious Christian church which upholds the philosophy of Human dignity and Excellence. It engages in promoting and staging events whose impact have reached to the depths of the Ghanaian society and brought Christ to the doorsteps of the people.