Noel Nartey exclaimed that his participation in the ministration during the Olympics: “Will afford me the opportunity to meet other Men of God and fulfil the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ that bring hope to the hopeless. God will through us reach lost souls during the coming Olympics.”
Moreover he's excited joining LWFCI and Dr Mings so as to be part of the team that will minister the Gospel and to demonstrate the love and power of God. He became part of this organisation to help in giving the people who will be part of the Olympics spiritual strength through the messages of Jesus Christ. As it is written in the word of God “he that wins soul is wise”
Noel Hartey says this LWFCI ministry will make a difference through the prayer and the declaration of the love of God for his people.
“I was born in Accra Ghana on the 25th of December 1975. At the age of 6 our family moved to Togo where I did my primary education. We later moved back to Ghana when I was at the age of 15 where I continued my secondary education. After completing my secondary education I enrolled at a vocational school and was later qualified as an Electrician. I worked as an Electrician for a period of two years and started a communication centre business. I relocated to Ivory Coast where I worked for couple of years
I received Christ at the age of 13 whilst I attended a crusade with some of my relatives; thereafter I attended Assemblies of God in Lome, Togo. I attended Pentecostal church when we moved back to Ghana. I became an Evangelist whilst I was in Ivory Coast and went back to Ghana to join Christ vision Charismatic church. During the year 2000 I attended Ever-increasing bible school here in South Africa. In the year 2002 I attended school of Ministry at CPM in Nigeria.
My ministry started on the 1st of December 2001 in Kimberly, South Africa. I later moved to Venda, Bloemfontein and then Durban. Other branches are in Nigeria, Ghana, US, India and UK. I recently obtained a degree in Theology in the US and am a Bishop elect under the umbrella of Bishop Clarence B. Haddon Sr of Pentecostal Out – Pour .
Waiting upon the Lord
We as Abundant Life Chapel International are waiting upon God in prayer and fasting during the Olympic period and we believe that God will use us to win souls.
I'm also looking forward to the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. We declare that these Olympics will be successful, souls to be worn, for many to hear about the Jesus through us. I pray that by the time we go to Brazil in 2016 may souls will be saved