Reportedly, Isaac left his position as the Living Faith Church Worldwide’s Global Youth Pastor in order to launch his own ministry. After that, the revelation went viral on social media, many pointed out that the clergyman’s son is hoping to leverage Ministry, which has grown to be a successful venture, to launch his own.
The news that Isaac Oyedepo, the son of Living Faith founder Pastor Oyedepo, is leaving his father’s church to launch a new ministry has netizens reacting wildly.
Reportedly, Isaac left his position as the Living Faith Church Worldwide’s Global Youth Pastor in order to launch his own ministry.
To this end, Isaac Oyedepo said: ‘My God-given mandate is to reclaim a generation and to ensure that this generation sees the fire of God-revival in our generation.”
After that, the revelation went viral on social media, with many pointing out that the clergyman’s son is hoping to leverage Ministry, which has grown to be a successful venture, to launch his own.
Netizens Reactions….One I Am Emy wrote, “Business people
One It’s Lawson Jr wrote, “Generational business enterprise
One Ruby Cake Hut wrote, “No issues at all. If for say Dem make am the successor, everybody for shout “Family business”. Now him don go open him own, make people rest nau. The good news must spread abroad
One Conleth Hills wrote, “I been think say na God dey call them
One Hausa Panda wrote, “This shouldn’t be an issue! My papa get company no mean say I just remain there. He has a calling. He probably needed to make that step to fulfill his calling
One Mr Digits wrote, “Next of kin no come gree wait again
One Official Wini wrote, “Church business is a good business
One Xhaka Zulu wrote, “Church is business organization Fela said it
One Zenny Winny wrote, “Feb Idahosa do same na, church if god mission unusual. Word of Faith group of schools and Nathan American Academy. Everybody must not inherit their parents’ church
One Eghe Tricia wrote, “Everybody has different callings. This shouldn’t even be an issue
One Snow White wrote, “As the papa no gree die. He come make another investor’s move
One Kylie Vic wrote, “Man need access to the Aza but them still dey give am salary for the family business
One Official Agege wrote, “He has waited so long for his papa to die but the man is too strong
One Lilian Ajas wrote, “And una say if I no pay tithe, God no go bless me. Una dey whine
One Oge Bimpe wrote, “As per he knows he is gonna make more money, business as usual”
Pastor Isaac Oyedepo is the second son of the international icon, Bishop Oyedepo.
He and his elder brother David Jr. were ordained as Pastors in May 2007 by Kenneth Copeland.
Isaac is married to Ayomitide Oyedepo, and their union is blessed with four children.