Pastor Isaac Oyedepo resigns from Winners Chapel, to set up his own ministry

Pastor Isaac Oyedepo resigns from Winners Chapel, to set up his own ministry

Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the second son of Bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo, the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide aka Winners Chapel has resigned fro

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Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the second son of Bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo, the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide aka Winners Chapel has resigned from the ministry.

Isaac who was recently appointed as the Global Youth Pastor of the Living Faith Church Worldwide aka Winners Chapel is all set to begin his own ministry.

“My God given mandate is to reclaim a generation and to ensure that this generation sees the fire of God-Revival in our generation,” he said.

The 38 year old attended Oral Robert University in Tulsa Oklahoma, USA

Isaac began his ministry as pastor-in-charge of the Winners Chapel International in South Africa. He later became the resident pastor of the Living Faith Church, Lokogoma, Abuja and after four years was transferred to Maryland United States branch of the Living Church, which is located at 4380 Forbes Boulevard in Lanham, Maryland.

He has also been instrumental in leading the church’s evangelistic and missionary efforts across the world. This he has done over the years along with his older brother, David Oyedepo Jr.

Isaac has made significant achievements in his ministry. He has impacted the lives of many people across the world through his preaching, teaching and healing ministry.

His sermons are known for their simplicity and depth, and they have helped many people understand the word of God better.

A revivalist, Isaac is happily married to his heartthrob, Ayomitide nee Omogbadegun, a certified and gifted coach who teaches how to naturally deal with diabetes, blood pressure and health issues in general.

Isaac recently explained how he received his calling as a pastor.

He was ordained pastor by American evangelist, Kenneth Copeland in 2007 alongside his older brother, David Jnr.