Pastor Agyemang Elvis, the leader of Alpha Hour, a virtual prayer group for many Christians at home and abroad is set to begin a programme on Accra-based Asaase Radio.
The programme dubbed "Grace Hour" will air on this and every Sunday from 5:00 am to 6:00 am on Asaase 99.5 FM.
Already, flyers of the programme have been shared on various social media platforms by many Alpharians who are delighted with the news.
Elvis Agyemang is a Ghanaian televangelist and author. He is the founder of Grace Mountain Ministry and is best known for Alpha Hour, the most-watched Facebook Live Stream in Ghana.
Elvis was born in Tema but relocated to Kumasi with his family where he had his basic school education. He completed Adventist Senior High School before proceeding to pursue a BSc. Biological Science at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He also has an MSc. Religious Studies from the Central University.
Elvis started his career as a biology teacher at Tema Technical Secondary School after completing his undergraduate education at the KNUST and later worked shortly with Acacia Health Insurance before his call to start a church.
His devotion to God and ministry began at a young age because he was born into a Christian family. In primary school, he started organizing prayer sessions, which he continued through junior high school. He joined the Pentecost Students Association (PENSA) while a student at the university and often planned devotions for his fellow students in his hostel.
After experiencing a spiritual visitation in 2015 while battling a disease that nearly claimed his life, Elvis started Grace Mountain Ministry with 32 members. The church currently has locations in Madina and Kumasi.
Elvis Agyemang launched the well-known online Alpha Hour, a one-hour non-denominational prayer meeting, on his social media pages. Every day at midnight, he gathers hundreds of people from all around the world to pray.
His Facebook live broadcast has grown to be the most watched live stream in Ghana since its start with a peak viewership of 50,000 and it still draws a lot of people into prayer from all around the world. On Facebook, Elvis has more than 800K fans, and as of September 2022, his YouTube channel had 200,000 subscribers.