Apostle David S. Kyere attended the Seventh Day Adventist Junior High School and graduated at the Pope John Senior High school in Ghana, West Africa. Mr. Kyere then received his bachelor’s degree at the Kwame Nkrumah University Science and Technology in Renewable Natural Resources Management in Kumasi, Ghana.
At the University of California–Riverside, Apostle David Kyere completed his post graduate work in Global Business Management and Administration and moved on to New Life Bible College in Virginia to complete his master’s degree in Christian Ministry, USA. Apostle David is currently at City College of New York, completing his Master of Arts degree in Secondary Science Education.
Mr. Kyere is also the founder of the Jehovah Rapha Fellowship, a student organization in Ghana which has helped lots of students attain academic success and overcome all kinds of addictions. As a co-director of Jehovah Rapha foundation, Mr. Kyere partnered with World Vision and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide basic resources, such as food and education, to orphans and vulnerable children.
Currently, Apostle David S. Kyere is the resident pastor of Jehovah Rapha Prayer Ministry International, a predominantly youth church in the Bronx, where he mentors students on spiritual growth and academic success.
Mr. Kyere also authored The New York State-approved textbook on academic intervention, YES I CAN—Guidelines for Studies for High School Students.
Mr. Kyere has worked with many children, students, and educators over the years. His passion has always been to teach and create academic intervention programs and workshops to help students overcome various barriers and become successful.