IMPACT AFRICA INTERNATIONAL CHURCHES
The Impact Africa International Churches was originally the Dayspring Ministries International registered in South Africa on the 26th of April 2004 with its headquarters in Granbury, Texas, United States.
The Dayspring Ministries International which served as a global ministers organization was existing in United States, Canada, India, Brazil, Philippines, Malaysia, China, United Kingdom, South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Zambia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Togo, DRC, Botswana, Malawi, Egypt, Sierra lone, Gabon, Cameroun, etc; and had its first incorporation in South Africa under its Presiding Bishop, Dr. Chidiebere Anelechi Ogbu who later became the African President in November 2004 and Archbishop Elect in 2006.
In June 2006 at the Dayspring Ministries International Annual Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida United States, Bishop Dr. Ogbu as the President of Dayspring Ministries International Africa Trustees strongly defended the rights and dignity of the African Ministers, insisting on Africans been treated with respect and equality of rights as ministers in the vineyard, invoking the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations; which brought a fallout with him and the Presiding Archbishop of Dayspring Ministries International, Dr. Gary Wayne Barkman.
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In November 2006, a conference of the African Ministers from various African countries was held in Johannesburg South Africa under the Theme “IMPACT AFRICA” and was hosted by Bishop Dr. Ogbu. The conference discussed among other things the role of African ministers of the gospel in Leadership and how African ministers can be empowered and respected. It was agreed that Leadership is not measured by how many people that served you, but by how many people you served, because service is the greatest leadership, as anytime a Leader wants to be served it becomes a parasite.
a Leader wants to be served it becomes a parasite. The November 2006 conference ended with the formation and inauguration of Impact Africa Network of Pastors, which was incorporated in South Africa in the same year, and later developed into the present day Impact Africa Network College of Bishops which has ordained over 400 ministers including Bishops, Apostles, Prophets, Pastors, and Evangelists across Africa, Europe, United Kingdom, United States and Canada.
The Impact Africa Network College of Bishops is ministers of the gospel who are human rights Ambassadors relevant and valuable in the society beyond their pulpit and church walls. They participate in various human rights activities, conferences, summits and workshops within their environment and across the globe.