ABOUT GOOD NEWS AFRICA
Good News Africa is a ministry dedicated to training believers in the continent of Africa. We are currently in Ghana, Uganda, and South Africa. We have over 300 churches and 1,000 ordained ministers in our network of churches. An estimated 100,000 people are directly impacted by this movement.
Our heart is to train leaders so they can more effectively make a difference in their spheres of influence. We do this through the Good News Fellowship Network of Churches & Ministers, Integrity Bible Training College & Seminary, and the Institute of Self Worth. To run these ministries we have faithful men and women on the ground 24/7 who we support.
We have an annual goal of $50,000 to support Good News Africa. The money raised goes towards yearly operating expenses, free conferences for pastors & Leaders, support for Good News Africa leaders & overseers, and much more. 100% of the money raised goes into the continent of Africa. We encourage you to consider partnering with us through prayer and finances. We cannot do this work alone. join us and be a part of what God is doing in Africa.
Meet the Team
We are a team of dedicated believers, ready to do what ever it takes to spread the Gospel throughout the world, starting with the continent of Africa.
Bishop Matthew Mallek
Bishop Matt founded Good News Africa after visiting Ghana in 2002. He saw a people who truly loved God, but needed His leadership. Recognizing the need, and the mandate of God, Bishop Matt began the Good News Fellowship Network of Churches that now has over 300 churches and 1,000 ministers who impact an estimate 100,000 people.
Bishop Dr. Texford Ayree-Tagoe
As the overseer of Good News Africa, Bishop Texford is responsible for coordinating nation-wide pastors and leaders conferences, overseeing the Good News Fellowship Network of Churches and Ministers, and training up leaders at Integrity Bible Training College and Seminary. He has a heart for the things of God and follows Him at all costs.
Dr. Francis Cofie
Dr. Francis Cofie oversees the Integrity Bible Training College & Seminary. He has been a faithful servant of the ministry for nearly 10 years. Dr. Francis desires to teach others about the things of God in a practical way so that they can effectively take the Gospel back to their villages and spheres of influence.