Revelation I practiced Buddhism for four years - Agyinasare

Speaking on Starr FM’s Starr Chat, Bishop Agyinasare stated that although he was from a Christian home, he was very devoted to Buddhism during his days in the secondary school.

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Founder of the Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has disclosed that he practiced Buddhism for four years.

Speaking on Starr FM’s Starr Chat, Bishop Agyinasare stated that although he was from a Christian home, he was very devoted to Buddhism during his days in the secondary school.

“At a point in secondary school, I left my initial training. I picked up Buddhism and I was deep into it for many years. I practiced Buddhism for four years and I was very devoted,” he said.

On how he met Christ, Bishop Charles Agyinasare said he followed a girl to church with the aim of taking her out after service.

“I had followed her to the church with the hope of taking her out after the service. I had smoked heavily and was just waiting for them to close but it was there that I first heard about God and repentance and since then, I have not looked back and my life has never been the same,” Bishop Agyinasare said.

Agyinasare, a 12-year marijuana faithful before Christ is married to Rev (Mrs) Vivian Sena Agyinasare. He established the World Miracle Church International in 1987 in Tamale before changing it to Perez Chapel International. 

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