Brother Emmanuel Anaman

As a moslem, I believe my conversion did not come out of the blues but by divine predestination. It all happened during a discussion with some brethren that I became prompted in my spirit that there is a God who has made a better sacrifice than what we were making.

That God gave out His own life that I might be saved is the one statement that my soul has been longing for all this while; and that the only way man can receive salvation for his soul is through the Lord Jesus Christ and no other. I said to myself, this is the way. I later believed it and began to fellowship with Bible Believers Chapel, Obuasi. I did not hesitate to take this decision because I saw no truth in the other churches that I have visited earlier.  I was born on 1st July 1965 at Gomoa Afransi in the Central Region of Ghana to a moslem family. I am the ninth born of twelve children. I am blessed with a lovely wife, Sister Beatrice Anaman and three children.