Welcome to personality show where we bring your way great people of God, this week we bring to you a humble gentleman from the Prayer Force Committee. Please relax, read and enjoy what he has to share with us.
PC: Please can you give us a brief introduction about yourself?
Personality: My name is Michael Kwame Bamfo(Deacon) a final year student reading chemistry. In a family of six including my parents and also the first born. I hail from Old Tafo a suburb in the Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
PC: Can you take us through your educational journey?
Personality: I had my basic and junior high school in Kings preparatory school, then continued to Kumasi Academy where I had my senior high school then finally KNUST all in Kumasi
PC: How was life back in high school?
Personality: Life was good for me back in high school because it was at high school that my spiritual life begun which I became the prayer secretary for PENSA Kumasi Academy. I also was not the open type person and this made it a little difficult to fraternize with peolple.
PC: Spending almost four years on KNUST campus, what do you have to say about your program of study?
Personality: Well, I will say, chemistry is a wonderful program despite the fact it wasn’t my first option but I have never regretted reading chemistry. Anyone who reads chemistry is not limited to any particular field be it the applied science, medicine, nursing and many others. Even the engineers need chemistry in their field. Arguably I can say chemistry is the mother of sciences.
PC: Four years on KNUST, what had really made you very happy and comfortable on campus?
Personality: I will give all credit to PENSA-KNUST. They have really shaped my life very well both spiritually and academically. I see PENSA–KNUST as experience
PC: Why did you decide to join the prayer force commute?
Personality: I joined the prayer force committee because of the experience I had back in high school as the prayer secretary so I decided to bring that experience to prayer force committee in PENSA-KNUST even though I love music a lot but I chose prayer force over all the other committees. In fact I love everything about prayer. Aho…………………..Aho yaa. I will use this opportunity to encourage every member of PENSA-KNUST to join a committee because that is where you will have a feel of PENSA.
PC: What can you share about your life as a Deacon?
Personality: I became a deacon at the age of 20 and I have a serve as a deacon for 2 years now. You know very well in the Church of Pentecost, it is very weird to see very young and energetic men as deacon, but now things are really changing and I really thank God for that. Being a deacon has impacted me very well, this because, you are compelled to always know the word and also and doing the right thing so when you are confronted, you wouldn’t find yourself fumbling
PC: What is your take on this year’s theme and focus ‘perfecting holiness’ and ‘standing firm in Christ respectively’ for PENSA-KNUST?
Personality: Personally I thank God for that. I am actually part of the executives which came out with both the theme and focus. Sitting in as University Hall (Katanga) overseer. Firstly talking about perfecting holiness, looking at this our generation. One of the issue which we are finding it difficult to deal with is holiness as Christians, but the bible ha assured as that, Jesus Christ is holy therefore we ought to be holy as well and also have to perfect it. And also standing firm in Christ, as Christians there are many challenges we will encounter but we have to be strong in the lord
PC: Who inspires you or where do you take your inspiration from?
Personality: Jesus Christ is my source of inspiration and also the current chairman of the church of Pentecost, Apostle Professor Opoku Oyinah, the way he is able to deal with academic and spiritual things really inspire and challenge me to do more.
PC: Who is your favorite bible character?
Personality: I will choose Paul because he really has the passion for the work of God even though on many occasions he was persecuted but he stills loves to do the work of God.
PC: Among all the bible verses, which is your favorite?
Personality: Daniel 3:21
PC: What has been the happiest moment in your life?
Personality: It is the current state I am in now, that am serving God very well with life.
PC: And your saddest moment?
Personality: Hmmm. It was when I performed poorly in my exams. This is draining for every student and I’m no different.
PC: Do you enjoy any sporting activity?
Personality: Yeah, I really enjoy football. I have the legs to play and analytical eyes to watch as well.
PC: What is your vision and mission in life?
Personality: My vision is to become a great source of inspiration to many in any form at all.
PC: Can your share any testimony with us?
Personality: In brief I will say that my life itself is a testimony, growing up, coming to school and living in itself is an explicit proof that there’s a God who watches over me.
PC: Any advice for the youth?
Personality: I see the body of Christ as a solution to the world. We are ambassadors of Christ so let us represent Christ truly on earth and humble ourselves enough to learn from the aged.
PC: What change do you want to see in PENSA-KNUST?
Personality: I just want to see changes in members, where we see members who are willing to do the work of God and also portray a good character.
PC: Are you in any relationship?
Personality: Not for now but if 2019 is not too far from us we will see it materialize.
PC: What are some of the features you want to see in your future wife?
Personality: I want a lady who has a big heart as a mother, God fearing and also a problem solver. Please let me use this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped shape my life
PC: Any prayer request?
Personality: I want the church to pray for me to focus in life and not loose direction in following the will of God for my life.
PC: Thank you Deacon Michael
Personality: It’s my pleasure.
God Bless you.