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Ghana's population of approximately nineteen million people is composed of seventy- five ethnic groups. The largest of these groups are the Akan, the Mossi, the Ewe, and the Ga. This is the introductory chapter of the book, which is concerned primarily with just three of Ghana's new churches and a brief introduction to them. The three churches are Action Chapel International, Alive Chapel International, and Solid Rock Chapel International. The book is based on research gathered in the course of two field-work trips to Ghana, the first between July and September 2002 and the second between April and September 2003.

Keywords: Action Chapel International; Alive Chapel International; Solid Rock Chapel International



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