Called Out of My Country
Based on biblical principles and on the author’s own professional experiences, Called Out Of My Country is a thoughtfully curated work that challenges the human spirit. Analyzing the lack of achievement at various levels, this must-read provides both the inspiration and guidance to the successful life. The book links the family, the workplace as well as the nation to scriptural scenarios in seamless analogies that can only come from a pragmatist. The amazing feat is that very few are able to deliberate the development question from the perspectives of Kofi Agyarko-Kwarteng. This certainly is for God and for country.
The Biblical truths interspersed with stories of life experiences around the world are engaging. You will not regret reading it. Actually, you will be thankful you did. – Baafuor Ohene Abankwa
The depth and practical wisdom, laced with personal experiences and Biblical truths, historic and contemporary examples combine to make this work both informative and transformational. – Augustine Owusu-Asare
Ingenious and original, this remarkable debut is so well written it will stay with you forever. – Ivy Deh
This is a blueprint for the man and woman who want a full and rewarding relationship with the Lord. – Mrs. Akweley Laryea
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Kofi Agyarko-Kwarteng is a professional banker with a Master’s Degree in Corporate Finance from the University of Salford, Manchester, United Kingdom and a degree in Banking and Finance from the University of Ghana Business. He has Executive education from Cambridge University’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership, UK.
He is a Deacon and Marriage Counsellor at Life International Church, City of Favour at Achimota, Accra. He has great passion for youth development and enjoys mentoring and coaching young people.
Kofi is married to Tawiah Norkor Agyarko-Kwarteng with whom he has two sons: Nana Kwarteng Agyarko-Kwarteng and Ohene Danso Agyarko-Kwarteng. He lives in Accra, Ghana.