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The Call that Changed my Life
by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi
UK price: £14.99    US price: $19.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 252
ISBN: 0-595-32298-0
Published: Jun-2004

This inspiring story tells of the courage of a young Ghanaian boy who, having failed to achieve his aim to become a medical doctor by attending a university in Ghana or by virtue of a scholarship to the USSR, raised funds by working on a building site in Nigeria to pay for a daring one-way flight to East Berlin to become an asylum seeker in West Berlin—a route by which he realised his dreams and became a medical doctor in Germany.


Book Description

The Call that Changed My Life is a Christian autobiographical book by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi, who came from Ghana to become a medical doctor in Germany. It is an inspiring testimony of how God called him to be a doctor and led him to work in Europe. It is an uplifting and encouraging book, showing how faith in God and a firm goal together with perseverance will lead to success.

It was early on, when the author was still a struggling student in Ghana, that he received a powerful visual manifestation of his goal—a vision of himself and a friend meeting in a street in Europe—and it is this visual goal that spurred him on in overcoming countless hurdles, first as a construction worker in Nigeria, then as an asylum seeker in Berlin, and later as a medical student in Germany threatened with deportation! It is a powerful, heart-warming testimony written with a sincerity that flows from the author’s total commitment to his calling.

About the author

Robert Peprah-Gyamfi was born in Ghana, in a tiny village with the big name of Mpintimpi. He faced many difficulties and challenges, surviving illnesses and horrendous treatments by traditional witch-doctors, attending school in spite of having to traverse remote bush paths. Today he is a medical doctor in Düsseldorf, a city about three hundred kilometres to the south-west of Hannover.

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Also by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi:

A Letter to My Dying Mother : Surviving in the West       
by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi 
UK price: £11.90      US price: $20.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 282
ISBN: 0-595-34794-0
Published: Mar-2005 

How can words describe the huge difference between life in a little village in a typical developing country in Africa and that of a city in the sophisticated West? Well, that exactly is what the book sets out to achieve.

Be Encouraged in Jesus   
by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi
UK price: £6.56    US price: $9.35
Format: Paperback
Size :
21.6 x 14 x 0.7 cm
Pages: 252
ISBN: 0-595-32298-0
Publisher: Xulon Press
31 Jan 2007

A collection of poems of praise and supplication. The verses remind us that the Lord's grace, strength and love are sufficient for our needs and will sustain us throughout any difficulty.

Three Cheers for Ghana!   
by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi
UK price: £10.00     US price: $18.95
Format: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 224
ISBN: 0-595-48523-5
Published: Jan-2008

Other formats: HARD COVER:   UK price: £15.00     US price: $28.95

The author, a medical doctor in the UK, revisits his native Ghana after 13 years' absence to find many positive changes and developments in spite of lingering economic and social problems. The book is a fascinating journey of discovery for the reader new to Ghana, but will be enjoyed by Ghanaian readers too.

Seeing God Through the     Human Body: A Doctor's Meditation on the Human Miracle
by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi


UK price: £7.68    US price: $11.01
Format: Paperback
Size :
21.6 x 13.8 x 1.4 cm
Pages: 160
Publisher: Anomalos Publishing
Edited by Diadem Books
15 Feb 2009

Seeing God through the Human Body is a head-on confrontation with Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. In it, a medical doctor and creationist uses his learning and insight as a doctor to defuse the theory of evolution and make a case in favour of God Almighty, in the creation of the human body. Appealing to common sense and drawing upon his medical knowledge, the author argues that the functioning of the various organs of the body are so intricate  that they could only have come about through remarkably clever forethought and planning.