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meet the people behind the ministry.


Johnbull & Stacy Omorefe | 

Founders/Directors CORM

Johnbull and Stacy Omorefe met in Ghana in 2001, and married in 2002. Johnbull, a Nigerian native, knew firsthand the trials a child faces living on the streets.  As a street-child himself, John was unable to attend school because he had to work daily just to have money to eat. There were some days when he only ate a few peanuts.  Johnbull and Stacy's hearts are for the children that face a similar life, and they long to restore that lost childhood.  Because of their hearts for the children of Ghana, in December 2006, Johnbull and Stacy began traveling back and forth from America to Ghana to begin helping vulnerable children and reversing the trend of trafficking that is prevalent there.The Omorefes live at the CORM Children’s Village in Doryumu with their children, JJ, Caleb, Justice, Rosemary, Paul and Miracle. or

Richard & Autumn Acheampong

Autumn and Richard Acheampong serve as missionaries here at City of Refuge Ministries.  Autumn is our Director of Education and Richard serves as CORM's Finance and Sustainability Coordinator.  Autumn came to City of Refuge Ministries in 2010 from a background in elementary education and has since helped to develop CORM's school, Faith Roots International Academy, which serves over 260 students from our campus and from the surrounding communities.  Richard, who came to work at CORM in 2017, manages a team that oversees the daily financial needs of the organization, organizational health and HR, and assists in providing viable options for the sustainability of CORM.   They are invaluable assets to the CORM team.


The Acheampong's live at the CORM Children's Village with their children Ava, Jace and two foster boys, Malvin and Edwin.

CORM runs largely on the

time and energy of our

volunteers! Find out how YOU can get involved, contact us.

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