Refusal To Hide...Walking God's Calling

by Monika G. Intsiful

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/4/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781425998844

About the Book


This book describes my unique, personal and professional journey not only as an ordained minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but also as a catalyst and missionary.    The book title has derived from my battle within me and within the church world that I should be ashamed of the passion and calling God has given me. 


It depicts my own transofrmation in going thru tests, trials, failures and successes, but always focused on finishing the race that is set before me. It has meant joy and tears, but thru it all, God has been faithful.  His faithfulness has been my shield and rampart.

About the Author


Rev. Monika Intsiful is an ordained minister having served Omega Baptist Church, Dayton, Ohio for many years.  She holds a bachelor degree in a double major - sociology and public administration, and has completed master's work for a master in Theological Studies.  Rev. Monika has one daughter, Lisa Renee and two grandsons, Christopher Blackmon and Hank Blackmon, who have sacrificed for the sake of Rev. Monika's calling.  Monika is married to Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi, VII, Omanhen of Abeadze Traditional Area, Central Region, Ghana.

Her trailblazing includes being responsible for the church’s successful development and implementation of an Area Development Programme through World Vision in Ghana, while continuing to work on several other global initiatives.  Through the ministry placed on her, two churches have been planted in Ghana and working relationship with All Africa Baptist Fellowship as well as the Ghana Baptist Convention has been realized.   She continues to lend pastoral leadership to Omega’s affiliate church in Ekumfi Asokwa, Ghana.  She has been called upon to present on various occasions regarding Africa peace and development initiatives. 


Rev. Intsiful has served on several civic and globally oriented associations.