ABOUT THE PROVOST
Rev. Philip Akuaku Noah
Executive Vice President (E.V.P)
DCI, DCIMN, DCIMC
Welcome to the home page of the DCIBIN Provost. Rev. Philip Akuaku Noah is the Provost; the Vice President of Destiny Changers International Bible Institute. An educator by profession and a Teacher by calling, Rev. Philip brings great knowledge and experience to this institution.
Rev. Philip was the first instructor when the school was founded and taught the first class of students at then DCISOM. His diligence and dedication to equipping students with the knowledge of God is evident in his work when instructing a class. Rev. Philip has instructed in DCIBIN Pro Bono for 2 years since the school's establishment. He continues to lecture and impact the lives of the students who go through DCIBIN programs.
Rev. Philip attended Berea Theological Seminary and Maranatha Bible Institute, where he earned higher diploma degrees in divinity. He has also received certifications in various Christian Ministry related courses in his pursuit of higher knowledge in the word of God. He has been teaching and pastoring in ministry for over 15 years and is a sought after conference speaker. Rev. Philip currently oversees the development and establishment of DCIBIN onsite campus in Ghana, W/A.
Rev. Philip serves as the Senior Pastor of Living Word Evangelical Ministry and the Principal of Sampotter's Universal Academy in Accra, Ghana. Rev. Philip is happily married to his beautiful wife, Minister Lady Prisca Akuaku Noah who is currently the Director of the DCIBIN Alumni Association.
OFFICE OF THE PROVOST
The provost, who is the vice president is the next in command to the office of the president of DCIBIN in the overall management of the institution. The Provost oversees all Deans, faculty, staff, academic programs, and all international offices and training centers. The office of the provost collaborates with the Human Resource department of DCIBIN to enforce policies, guidelines to ensure legal and financial compliance among others.
SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2017
FROM REV. PHILIP AKUAKU NOAH, PROVOST/LECTURER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017
Today is a recipe for supernatural living and it will be hard to remain the same after the graduation ceremony. My prayer for every student is that which the Apostle Paul prayed for the Church in Colosse saying:
For this reason we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding; 10 that you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; 11 strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy; 12 giving thanks to the Father who has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light."
I want to thank Rev. David Mensah Noah, Rev. Rosemary Koomson and my wife, Minister Lady Prisca Serwaa Akuaku Noah. May the eyes of your understanding be enlightened.
The school is open for both ministers and laymen who yearn to demonstrate the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ over the forces of darkness and for those desire to know God's will comprehensively, in order to live by it. Please recommend the school to others. Thank you.
Rev. Philip Akuaku Noah
Lecturer & Head of School of Ministry