Bishop E.A.T. Sackey's primary and ultimate calling is to assist Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, the founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International in ministry. In this most honoured position he finds his greatest fulfillment in ministry under Bishop Dag Heward-Mills.
EATS as he is affectionately called by his friends serves as the Resident Pastor of the Qodesh, the headquarters of the Lighthouse Chapel International, that beautiful church with really beautiful people. He preaches like a 'house on fire' and like a 'dog chasing a rabbit.' EATS is often referred to as a people person.
EATS loves God and loves the people he has been called to serve.
He is a lawyer by profession.
He is married to Lady Pastor Elsie and they are blessed with three gorgeous sons and a beautiful daughter.
Bishop Eddy Addy is one of three Founding Bishops at the Lighthouse Chapel International, and has assisted and worked with Bishop Dag Heward-Mills (Founder, LCI) for over 30 years.
Bishop Eddy Addy has oversight over the Full-time as well as the Worldwide Lay Bible Schools of Lighthouse Chapel International
Blessed with a strong teaching anointing, with a ministry emphasis of Pastoral Training, Leadership Development and Mentorship, he is a regular speaker and facilitator at several conferences and camp meetings both within and outside the LCI denomination.
Bishop Addy is currently the senior pastor at the Airport Branch of the Lighthouse Chapel international and makes his home in Accra with his wife, Lady Pastor Adina Addy and their two children, John-Dag and Anne-Marie.
Bishop Edmund Amo Fabinwas born to Joseph K. Fabin and Adriana Fabin on 10th August, 1969. He received the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour in October, 1991 at the University of Science and Technology, where he also obtained a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences.
He joined the Lighthouse Chapel International in February, 1997 and was the shepherd in charge of the LCI Abeka choir. He was appointed a pastor in August, 1998 and pastored the Abeka church till February 2003. He served as the General Overseer of the metro churches from 2000 to 2003. After initial discussions of transferring him to Malawi to start a branch and also Cape Coast to pastor the church there, the Founding Bishop finally decided that he should rather be transferred to the Headquarters to be in charge of Pastoral Care.
At the headquarters, he pastored the then Faith Chapel and the Porters' Ministry as well. Eddie Fabin responded to the call into full-time ministry on the 1st of May, 2001 after having worked with organisations such as Joy FM, Mechanical Lloyd and Ernst & Young.
He is currently the senior Marriage Counselor in charge of marriage counseling , having done that from 2002 till date. He has worked in the Pastoral Care office all this while and has been involved in media work as well. He is presently the General Superintendent of the Qodesh Council and an assistant to Bishop E.A.T. Sackey. Bishop Fabin is currently the Pastor in charge of the Impact Service at the Qodesh and ministers at the Prophetic Turning Point Service.
He is happily married to Lady Pastor Caroline and they are blessed with two beautiful daughters, Jeanette and Chrisma.
Bishop Oko Bortei-Doku, was born in the city of Cape Coast to Dr. S.O. Bortei-Doku and Margaret Bortei-Doku on the 1st of November 1971.
Whiles still very young, he and his family joined their Father, who was studying for a Ph.D. in Toronto, Canada. On returning to Ghana, he grew up on the campus of the University of Cape Coast where his father went back to lecture. It was at a campus evangelistic Program, 'MISSION 83' that as a boy of 11 years, he lifted up his hand, encouraged by his father, and responded to the altar call to receive Christ as his Lord and Master.
Neither the challenges of growing up through adolescence as a student in Achimota School, nor the liberties that the University of Science and Technology offered him, were able to wash away his desire to live and work for God. A long break as a result of the universities being shut down in 1993 afforded him the opportunity to visit the Lighthouse Chapel International for the first time. Intrigued by Bishop Dag's sincerity and his zeal for the work of the Lord, he eventually took the decision make the church his permanent home.
Oko Bortei-Doku joined the full-time staff of the church in January 1997 immediately after completing his Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering and was appointed as a pastor in 1998. As full-time staff, he has served in various capacities. Prominent among them is the pastoring of the young people. Bishop Oko currently works in the Pastoral Care Department at The Qodesh and is in charge of the Encounter Service.
He is married to Lady Pastor Ama, and they have a son; Samuel and two daughters: Maria and Angel.