The vision of GlobeServe as regards this ministry is to seek and identify the next generational leaders for GlobeServe.


The vision of GlobeServe as regards this ministry is to seek and identify the next generational leaders for GlobeServe. This necessitated the formation of GLOSA to engage the numerous members of our Churches who are pursuing their educational careers in the Secondary and Tertiary Institutions across the country.


GLOSA is the means by which GlobeServe will do evangelism and discipleship in all School campuses of Ghana, most especially campuses where our members are currently pursuing their education either in the first and second cycle institutions or the tertiary institutions in Ghana. The emphasis will be to build members in their faith and then send them to win and build others as dynamic disciples. This will help us fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ.


To honour God by launching spiritual movements by winning, building, and sending Christ-centered multiplying disciples for Jesus Christ.

With over 500 registered members since her inception, GLOSA is gradually becoming a strong vibrant campus ministry that is also a leadership pond to draw from in the next few years. Currently, GLOSA is organized around 10 Zones, and it is the hope to continue to increase the number of centers in all the Secondary Schools in the Volta Region and the Northern two Regions where we currently have a number of members.



The GlobeServe Missionary Church, a Ministry of GlobeServe Ministries International was founded by the Reverend Samuel Anthony Kofi Dunya and the wife, Jonhild, both Missionaries and products of the Bethany College of Missions, Minnesota USA, on June 9, 1996 at Mafi-Adidome, in the Volta Region of Ghana.

Rev. Samuel A.K Dunya and wife, Jonhild first met on the Youth With A Mission (YWAM) ship Anastasis where they both worked. It was through this shared experience with YWAM plus a God-given desire for missions that they were led into full time ministry. While schooling at Bethany, Samuel and Jonhild became members of Wooddale Church. They were commissioned and sent to Ghana in 1995 and actively started their work in June 1996 after their study at Bethany College of Missions in Bloomington Minnesota. Rev. Samuel and Mrs. Jonhild Dunya founded GlobeServe and work as Bethany Fellowship Missionaries in Ghana and West Africa. They were both commissioned and sent as Missionaries to the Ewe people group of Ghana, Benin, and Togo West Africa by Bethany International Ministries.