Rev. Peace Tackie

Rev. Peace Tackie was born June 12, 1954 in Volta Region, Ghana to a relatively big family. She went to vocational school after leaving high school. She attended church throughout her childhood years but came into a deeper walk with God in 1983. Upon taking a trip to America, she unexpectedly ended up making this country her new home. Facing trials and tough times in the new land she sought God more and more. In her search for God through her difficulties of struggling to make it in America she formed a prayer group. In the prayer group people of similar challenges came together to pray till they got saw solutions. Through this prayer group, a prophecy was fulfilled. She was told back in Ghana that she would meet a woman of God whom she would work closely with in ministry and indeed she was introduced to Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels.

Once they met they began working together and praying together. She sat under Dr. Pauline training for deliverance and the various School of Deliverances. Rev. Peace learned how to minister deliverance and became passionate about seeing souls set free from the bondage of the enemy, saved from the spiritual captivity, and living a victorious Christian life. She became an ordained minister in November 2000. Since then Rev. Peace has been taking the Kingdom by storm and an overflow of testimonies have come in about how God has used her and her prayers, intercession, and ministration of deliverance to impact many lives and help bring solution to many people. Her passion to serve the Lord is ever growing and the fire in her to minister deliverance is still blazing. She gives God all the glory because as she says “I am just the servant of the Most High God doing what He has called me to do. All the glory belongs to Him because it is God who does the work.”