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About our History

Rev. Jere

Rev. Dr. Jerenord Aidoo ist he founder and resident Pastor of „Gospel Believers International Ministries” in Berlin Germany.
He is an Architect by profession and studied from 1978-1983 Architecture & Construction at the Technical University Berlin where he obtained Dipl. Ing. in Architecture Engineering in 1992.

In pursue of his educational career he did not forget his ministerial call which came to him through prophecy in 1985 in Berlin. He was not disobedient to the heavenly vision but worked hard alongside his educational career in respond to his call.
However by divine direction in 1989 he founded “Gospel Believers Center” alongside with some few brethren. Through God’s mercy the church had seen a tremendous spiritual and numerically growth. He was also trained by the German Pentecostal council (BFPB) as a Pastor. God who, who knew the heart of men, got Rev. Dr. Jerenord Aidoo born again as a believer in 1965 in Ghana because he knew what he would use him for in the future.
Today he is grateful to God for counting him faithfully into the ministry helping him to give people hope through Christ.

We started out as a group of four believers desiring to fellowship and pray together in 1889 in Berlin, Germany.
Towards this end, we called our fellowship group “Ghanaian Fellowship” and organized meetings twice a week. Due to some unforeseen circumstances we had to suspend our fellowship in 1993 for a period of six months.
Sometime in July 1993 we again resumed our fellowship meetings which propelled us into a new phase by the new year 1994. Precisley on 22nd of January 1994 our first ever Sunday service was introduced and inaugurated.
Such that we now held fellowship meetings on three days of the week, namely Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays. On the 12th of October 1996 our first ever pastoral ordination was held which ushered in the Pastoral Ministry.
Consequently, we changed our name from “Gospel Believers Center” to “Gospel Believers International Ministry”. A name we have borne until today.