Anointed in the ministry of prayer, healing, deliverance and the prophetic, he also serves as an Intercessor and Minister for numerous African government, civic and business leaders. His intense passion for intercession and strategic prayer is born out of his personal experience. Archbishop Duncan-Williams also offers counsel, direction and mentorship to emerging and seasoned Bishops and ministry leaders. God has used him to birth ministries across the world and he is a spiritual father to many ministry leaders. He has been instrumental in Christian revival in many parts of the world. The Archbishop believes that the different revivals that have come across the nations over the years were as a result of prayer. “There is no substitute for prayer; prayer is the lifeline of the believer and the church of Jesus Christ...and there is no distance in prayer.” He also believes that intercession will be the last move that will precede the coming of our Lord.
The Archbishop has a distinct Apostolic calling to Africa. In addition to ministering to Presidents, he has missions that support poorest of the poor. His missions are supporting orphanages and provisions of food, shelter, water, electricity and ministry training in Africa. His Ministry runs Dominion University College in Accra, a Word-based theological and leadership institute of higher learning. He also founded the Dominion Multi-media College in Accra established to bring Christian ethics and training to the media. This Apostolic calling has led the Archbishop to take his strong dynamic ministry of over 20,000 members in Ghana to other nations of the world. His association with established leaders such as Oral and Richard Roberts, Dr. Morris Cerullo, Bishop T.D. Jakes and C. Peter Wagner has helped him to gain respect and accreditation from various church leaders worldwide. He has been featured on global Christian television and radio networks, such as TBN, the Word Channel and Inspiration Network. Archbishop Duncan-Williams, the recipient of many global honors and author of several books, can be seen weekly on his television program "The Voice of Inspiration" which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa. He was trained by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa and completed biblical studies at the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Benin City, Nigeria. The Archbishop, married to Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, has four children, all in the Ministry, and one grand-child.Website of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams