In the 1970s, some SIM missionaries relocated from Ethiopia to Ghana ready to spread the Gospel of Jesus. On arrival, they realized that the impact of the Gospel in the Northern Regions of Ghana was minimal. Therefore, they went to the Upper East and Upper West Regions of Ghana where they started evangelizing. In the course of their ministry, they also decided to form a Church. Consequently, a series of meetings was arranged between them and the leadership of the Fellowship in Accra. Subsequently, the Fellowship was turned into a Church and was registered in 1982 under the name Fellowship of Good News Churches of Ghana – a name that was later changed to Bible Church of Africa. It has spread to such suburbs of Accra as Nima, Achimota-Fishpond, Ashaiman, and Katapor. With the passage of time it has extended to many parts of the country. Presently, there are BCA Churches in all the ten Regions of Ghana except the Volta Region.