Programme title: The Gospel Moods
Emmanuel Kofi Mensa Amuzu Jr was born in Accra Ghana and grew up in the port and oil city of Takoradi. Born to Catholic parent with firm believes in the religion. At the age of nineteen he came to accept the lord Jesus as his savior when he was in his last year of senior high school and this was evident in his social status and upward mobility he enjoyed in his community.
Through his dynamism and leadership qualities he became the vice president of the youth wing of the largest charismatic church of the region. He went on to study and earn a higher national diploma in statistics from Takoradi Polytechnic. He left for London during his young adult life to pursue more academic laurels, this quest led him to earn a Post graduate diploma in financial management from the University of Leicester and a degree in Banking, majoring in Economics and law from the metropolitan university London. During his stay in London he became the music Director of a local Lighthouse International church in Mitcham Surrey. His passion has always been worshiping God with no limit.
In 2007 he left London for the United States where he currently lives and serving as a Deacon and the music Director of chariot of fire outreach church in Atlanta Georgia. His fine embedded taste for music is evident with him learning to play the Bass guitar at a very early age and occasionally strokes the black and white keys of the piano to the amazement of many. He is also the chairman of the Economic council of the church.
He currently works with the Aviation Network Services as an Aviation Technician and in pursuant of his education, he is now studying statistical Analytical Systems (SAS). He is married to the love of his life and has two awesome kids.
When asked about his strong believe about life and overcoming self limiting believes, he replied confidently….“there is no height in life that man cannot reach, every limit in life is just mental and our biggest enemy in life is our inability to master life’s every occurrence when we are faced with them”.