Oyedepo’s Son Unveils Ministry, Gets Father’s Blessings (Photos)

Isaac, the son of Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, aka Winners Chapel has unveiled his own ministry.
Following the unveiling, he approached his father who gave him his blessing.
Isaac confirmed this in a YouTube video titled: “Unveiling of the Isaac Oyedepo Evangelistic Ministries,” which he shared on his X account on Tuesday.
In the video, Bishop Oyedepo addressed a congregation believed to be members of the new ministry.
In his admonition, Oyedepo urged his son not to malign or bring down any ministry while discharging his ministerial duties.
He said, “My son, His times are not in your hands, your times are in His hands. Don’t be part of maligning or bringing down any ministry.
“Some years ago, someone stood up to give a testimony and to malign TREM and Deeper Life and I corrected it immediately. Never get to a point where you say this thing is only happening with me.”
The bishop further urged his son not to toe the path of the young generation of ministers who believed they were everything.
Isaac, who was later called up to the altar alongside his wife, Ayomitide, knelt before his father to receive his blessings.

Bishop Oyedepo was heard saying, “As hands are laid on you; I pray for unusual grace for sustainable connectivity that will keep you going without sweat.
“I pray that impact will be your goal, not good preaching but great impact; and I pray that your life will interpret your message in the name of Jesus.
“As you step into this new phase of your assignment, may you be clothed with humility, I have never begged, yet I have never lacked, I have never borrowed, yet I have never lacked.”
Isaac had earlier addressed speculations about his status within the church and his relationship with his father.
He reiterated his commitment to the church and requested that the public exercise caution when considering information that had not been communicated through his official social media platforms.

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