In this interesting and absorbing book, the author, who overcame adversity growing up in the humble surroundings of his little village Mpintimpi in rural Ghana to qualify as a medical doctor, graduating as he did from the prestigious medical school in Hanover, Germany, recounts his secondary school days as a boarder.

For young readers the book is invaluable, providing unlimited encouragement by a writer who himself overcame apparent insurmountable difficulties in his educational career.

Mature readers, too, will find many memories stirred, memories to make them laugh and even, perhaps, shed a tear of remorse. They will find in this book echoes of the trials, tribulations and joys of their own schooldays, for human nature is the same wherever we are brought up. Many of these readers will surely relate to the tribulations of initiation ceremonies and traditions when they joined a new school or even a new university.

And then what student did not sit up late through the night to undertake mental ‘mining’ expeditions the night before an exam? There is a whole range of memories like these that will be evoked in this book.

The book is a source of encouragement for the young, but will be read with a great deal of pleasure and nostalgia by older readers.

In HOW TO BEAT THE ODDS TO YOUR GOAL, Dr. Peprah-Gyamfi, who overcame poverty and adversity growing up in the humble surroundings of his little village Mpintimpi to make it all the way to medical school in Hanover in Germany, shares the insights he has gained from his extraordinary life's journey.
From goal setting, working towards our goal and dealing with challenges and obstacles we might encounter on our way to the realisation of our cherished goal, he offers advice, ideas as well as stimulating thougts to motivate and inspire the reader.

Over a period of six months from July 2011, the author, a medical doctor, was tormented by sudden attacks of a mysterious disease.  The weird symptoms left conventional medical science wanting. But what disease condition is too big for Doctor Jesus, the Doctor who knows no bounds?

Warding off Demonic Attacks in Jesus' Name is an amazing testimony of how the author received healing and strength through prayer.  It is an astonishing testimony of divine intervention in our time - a testimony that will surely inspire the Christian soldier in the war against the principalities, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, indeed against spiritual wickedness in high places.

In Say No to Substances of Addiction, the author, a medical doctor, and himself a father of three teenage children, considers some of the factors that can lead to addiction, offers tips as to how one can overcome them and goes on to explain in a language accessible to the average reader the chemistry behind some of the common substances involved and the health hazards they pose to the consumer, in particular those addicted to them

This inspiring story tells of the courage of a young Ghanaian boy who, having failed to achieve his aim to become a medical doctor by attending a university in Ghana or by virtue of a scholarship to the USSR, raised funds by working on a building site in Nigeria to pay for a daring flight to East Berlin-a route by which he realised his dreams and became a medical doctor in Germany. The story goes right back to the time when the young Ghanaian schoolboy had to face a catalogue of difficulties and challenges, surviving illnesses and horrendous treatments by traditional witch-doctors, and attending school in spite of having to cross remote bush paths. It is an uplifting and encouraging book, showing how faith in God and a firm goal together with perseverance will lead to success.

Introducing Thank You Jesus Ministry - Part 1

Ministry Update

WORDS of encouragement, words that seek to spur us on in the battle
of life—these are words we often need! From the young believer in Christ
to the veteran in the faith, we all need and yearn for words to boost our
spirits and urge us on as we begin each day anew on the battlefield of

My name is Dr Robert Peprah-Gyamfi, a native of Ghana, currently resident in the UK. You may want to know what type of doctor I am? A Doctor of Theology or Philosophy or Sociology?
No, I am a medical doctor.

Dear Listener!
I greet you all in the Mighty Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. He who was and is and evermore shall be. He who opens and no one dare closes, He who closes and no one dares open. He who is King of Kings and Lord of Lords; may His name be ever glorified.

 THANK YOU JESUS WORSHIP CENTRE was launched at a spirit-filled event on Saturday 12th May 2012.