Pastor Matthew is the President and Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre, the largest church in Western Europe.
An inspiring visionary, Pastor Matthew launched the UK’s first church-owned television channel, KICC TV, and his television and radio ministry Winning Ways is received by a potential audience of several hundred million people in Europe, Africa, Asia, the USA and the Caribbean.
An award-winning and prolific author, Pastor Matthew has published more than 70 books, including “The Power of Positive Prayer Bible” and the classic ‘What’s Wrong With Being Black?’ – a book hailed for ‘reaching the parts community campaigners cannot reach’.
Recently honoured as the most influential black person in the public sector/religion category by one of Britain ’s leading black newspapers, his influence on church growth and evangelism has been noted by local and international news media.
Matthew Ashimolowo sits on the Board of Reference for many leading organizations. With numerous requests for his comments from the media, Pastor Matthew is one of the most exciting and inspiring Christian voices on the world scene today.
100% Life Improvement
This book shows us that Life indeed can be a work in progress, an abandoned project, a disaster or masterpiece. Whichever we choose to be has a biblical precedence; Daniel, Samson, Solomon, David etc. The names are many and endless; however we have seen that we can truly improve. The pathway has been defined and the method for making it happen has been shown.
More so we are surrounded by a cloud of witnesses; those who got it right and became 100% better. Babylon was just as morally bankrupt and ungodly as the cities of our days. However, Daniel and his friends have left us with the cloud of witness that we can be holy, happy, successful and progressive in today’s world.
Let us start the journey with every little step we can, not minding too much where the journey might take us. Let us be hungry for more because that is the virtue of those who grow, because if a man has a desire, distance will not matter to him. The road to 100% is always under construction but let us not stop at 50%.