Who Is Rev. Stephen Yenusom Wengam?


Rev Stephen Wengam is founder and Leader of the Cedar Mountain Chapel, East Legon. He is currently the newly elected General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Ghana for the next four years.

Rev Stephen Wengam Profile

Rev. Stephen Yenusom Wengam was born on September 19, 1972, in Accra Tema, Ghana, to the late Matthew K. Wengam and Mrs Deborah Wengam.

His family is from Paknatik in the Bunkpurugu Yoyoo District in Ghana’s now North East Region, and he has four siblings, three of whom died before Stephen was six years old.

He went to Teshie Estate Preparatory School, where he was acting school prefect a year before Upper Six, effectively providing senior leadership.

He went on to Tema Senior High School (TEMASCO), where he was elected as the School Prefect and the Scripture Union (S.U.) President, demonstrating his leadership abilities once more.

He then attended the University of Ghana Business School.

He was elected National President of the Assemblies of God Campus Ministry during his first year at the University of Ghana (U.G.), where he studied B. Sc. Administration with a specialization in Marketing.

He became a Radio Universe Radio Pastor and a bible exposition talk show host. He continues to pursue his radio passion as the resident pastor for Accra-based Citi FM, where he hosts a daily early morning devotional program on weekdays.

After graduating from university, Wengam worked as the Assemblies of God Youth Director for Greater Accra for over ten years before becoming an Associate Pastor at the Glory Assemblies of God and the Osu Ringway Assemblies of God.

He was later appointed as the Assemblies of God’s Director of Administration for eight years, spanning the leaderships of three different General Superintendents, where he advised and pioneered reforms that continue to serve the church today.

They established the Assemblies of God Professional Network, Prime Insurance Company, and capacity-building initiatives, as well as serving on the committee that drafted the current Assemblies of God constitution.

He served the country as a member of the Ghana Prisons Board and later as its Chairman, where he led initiatives to improve prison conditions and provide training for officers with the assistance of the US Embassy.

His leadership was instrumental in introducing Distance Learning for Prisoners to qualify for and obtain University of Ghana degrees and diplomas.

He has traveled extensively throughout Europe, the United States, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, preaching the word of God in a variety of countries.

Rev Stephen Wengam  wife

Rev. Wengam is married to Monica and has two children, Ithra Nana Frema and Matthew-King Baanaan.


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