Founder's History

DANIEL KINGSLEY ARTHUR was born as a Devout Methodist In Agona Nsaba in the year 7th April, 1913. Young Daniel received religious instructions from his grandfather, A leader in the Methodist Church whenever he returned from School. He got interested in the Gospel and decided to find things out for himself. This was in 1923. His Journey to dive deep into the Bible to find things for Himself was because, He had a natural ill feeling or was naturally afraid of Hell and chose to find the way to Heaven. His inquisitive mind led him on to the Bible at that early age. He did not understand the Bible at first began to acquire the fear of God and worked hard to always be of Good Service to Mankind. With Fortitude and Fervid Meditations everyday and the adherence of the Laws of God by practicing Justice, avoiding abominations and ostracisms throughout His Daily Life. It was in the midnight of 23rd December, 1952, when he fell into a deep trance and began his long awaiting Journey to Hell and Heaven. He ultimately was proclaimed a saint when He saw God face to face in his adventure to Heaven. For more Information of Daniel’s adventure to Hell and Heaven, reach in for his book “MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE BY THE MAN WHO SAW GOD”



  • To explain the mysteries concerning
  • the birth, the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ,
  • The only mediator between man and God.


  • To give a holistic education to all through psychic teaching
  • and to preach Soul-Gospel to their members to breed good and God-fearing citizen
  • to achieve the ultimate goal ie Heaven.

Psalms 84:11

"For the Lord God is a SUN and Shield; The Lord will give grace and glory; No Good thing will He withhold from them that walk uprightly."

    Methodist Hymn No. 272
  • Jesus Shall reign where’er the Sun
  • Doth His successive journey’s run
  • His Kingdom stretch from shore to shore
  • Till suns shall rise and set no more.
  • Methodist Hymn No. 95
  • JESUS, SUN and shield art Thou,
  • SUN and shield for ever
  • Never canst thou cease to shine
  • Cease to guard us, never
  • Cheer our steps as on we go,
  • Come between us and the foe.