Faculty Members

Rev. David Joe Mensah Noah

Chancellor & Chairman of the Executive Board

DCIBIN is truly blessed with dedicated men and women of God who have the school's interest at heart.  Their selfless act of service is demonstrated daily in their hard work, willingness to give their time, knowledge and skills to enrich our students. 


Most of our faculty members sacrifice to teach pro bono sometimes, so that the School can offer scholarships to students in need who are called into ministry.  This we do with the hope that such lives that we touch will also pay it forward by laboring in vineyard of the Lord and transform lives. 

I am really grateful to God that our faculty members saw the vision of the school and decided to run with it to make kingdom impact.  We welcome with open arms, men and women of integrity who love the Lord and are dedicated to nurture others called into the five-fold  ministry.

Rev. David Joe Mensah Noah

Meet Our Faculty Members

Rev. Rosemary Koomson



Head of T.S.O.W / Lecturer

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Dr. Eric Ofori Bekoe, PHD
Rev. Philip Akuaku Noah
Rev. Philip Akuaku Noah


Head of School of Ministry

Lecturer, S.O.M

Rev. Ransford Abossey
Rev. Richardson Akuaku

Deputy Provost

Head of School of Prophets

Lecturer, S.O.P

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Pastor Michele Casseus

Head Dean


Lecturer/Lead Student Advisor

School of Ministry  & 

School of Prophets

Academic Administrator/

Instructor/Teaching Assistant

Student Advisor


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