Rev. Samuel Buenor Lawerteh
Rev. Samuel Buenor Lawerteh is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) since 1997. He is a product of the University of Ghana, Legon, and the Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon.
As a minister of the Gospel, he served the Presbyterian Church as minister-in-charge and District minister in ten different stations. He also served the Dangme-Tongu Presbytery as Youth Pastor/Coordinator and
Stated Clerk of Presbytery. Currently, he is the Director for Ecumenical and Social Relations (ESR) and District Minister for Kpong.
He facilitated fraternal relations with Milwaukee Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church (PC) USA and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) USA, attending conferences in Colorado, Michigan and
Tennessee. He featured prominently in the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI), attending meetings and leading sessions in Pretoria, South Africa, and Nairobi, Kenya.
He is also the Country Director for Literacy and Evangelism, Ghana (L&E-GH), working to construct primers, running teacher training workshops, and facilitating regional and international institutes in Ghana, Nigeria, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. He is also a Literacy and Evangelism International (LEI) Member Nation Council representative, assisting in planning and hosting gatherings in Ghana and Brazil. He worked out for exchange programs for Canada and Ghana, visiting the Church of Pentecost, Presbyterian, and Assemblies of God churches in Toronto. Rev. Lawerteh was the Dangme Bible Committee secretary who launched the Dangme Bible and coordinated the dramatized New Testament audio Bible in Dangme, with technical assistance from
Theovision International. He was the Local Council of Churches (LCC) Chairman for Manyakpongunor, Old Ningo, Big Ada and Dodowa. He also served as Ghana Evangelism Committee (GEC) Zonal Chairman for Ada-Tongu and has since been the National GEC Secretary under Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyina, Rev.
Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso and Most Rev. Dr. Paul Boafo.
Rev. S. B. Lawerteh led the local council of churches to facilitate mediation efforts in chieftaincy conflicts in the Ada and Shai Traditional areas. He is married to Mrs. Bertha Kabukuor Lawerteh, and they are blessed with biological and adopted children.