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Rev. Mrs. Sylvia Owusu-Ansah

 

Phone: + 233-244-645478                                                          P.O. Box C 2340, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana

sylvass2000@yahoo.Com

sylviansah@gmail.com

 

 

Lecturer, Central University College /Resident Pastor, Perez Chapel International

 

16 years working experience at the Central University in various capacities – as Assistant Student Affairs Coordinator, Assistant Chaplain, and as a Lecturer in the School of Theology and Missions since 2010. A member of the 10-year Strategic Plan Implementation Committee (SPIC) of Central University.  I am currently, serving a five-year term as the Anglophone West Africa Coordinator of the Circle of African Women Theologians and as the Vice-President of the Missiological Society of Ghana housed at Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana. Head Pastor of Revival Temple, Perez Chapel Int., La, Accra, Ghana.

Area of Specialization

 

Practical Theology: Missions, Cross-Cultural Communication, Gender Studies, Interreligious Conflict Mediation.

 

Research Interest

Mission and Evangelism, Gender related issues, Conflict Mediation

Publications

1. Owusu-Ansah, Sylvia. “Neo-Pentecostalism in Postcolonial Ghana”. In J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu & Emmanuel Akyeampong (eds.), Christianity in Postcolonial Ghana. (Accra: Sub-Saharan Publishers, 2017), pp. 185-199.

 

2. Owusu-Ansah, Sylvia. “Christianity in Ghana”. Isabel Apawo Phiri and Dietrich Werner et al. (eds.) Anthology of African Christianity. (Oxford: Regnum Books Int., 2016), pp. 594-599.

 

3. Owusu-Ansah, Sylvia. “The Role of Circle Women in Curbing Violence against Women and Girls in Africa”. Verbum et Ecclesia 37(2), a1594, htt://dx.doi.org/10.4102/ve.v37i2.1594.

 

4. Sylvia Owusu-Ansah. “Gender, Leadership and the Church in Ghana”. In Trinity Journal of Church and Theology. Eds. John D. K. Ekem et al.  Vol. 18, No., 1 March 2014. Pp. 54-71.

 

5. Sylvia Owusu-Ansah. “Girl-Child Trafficking in Ghana and the Role of the Christian Community”. In Religion and Gender-Based Violence – West African Experience. Eds. Rose Mary Amega-Etego and Mercy Amba Oduyoye. (Legon Theological Studies Series: Asempa Publishers, 2013,), pp. 207-233

 

Education

 

PhD Candidate - Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe

Awaiting Date for Defense (Viva).

Date – 2009 to date

 

MPhil in Religious Studies- Central University/University of Cape Coast

Accra, Ghana, West Africa

 Date: 2003-2005

 

MA Theology (Specialized Masters) in Cross-Cultural and Contextual Theology

 Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe

 Date – 2006 - 2007

 

Academic Honors 

  • Overall Best M.Phil./MBA Student –Central University/University of Cape Coast, 2009
  • Overall Best M. Phil Student – Central University/University of Cape Coast, 2009

 

 


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