Winners Chapel) David Oyedepo and his wife, Faith Oyedepo, on Wednesday took to Instagram to celebrate their first son, Pastor David Olumakinde Oyedepo (Jnr) on his 39th birthday.he founder and general overseer of Living Faith Church Worldwide, (a.k.a.
He is the resident pastor of the church’s headquarters known as Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) gathered that when Bishop Oyedepo inquired to know the name of the newly born son, according to him, God told him that “Another Warrior has come”. This led to the name ‘Oluwamakinde ‘ (God has brought victory).
Oyedepo prayed for his son’s increase in his social media post. He said, “Happy birthday Pastor David Oyedepo Jnr @officialdavidoyedepojnr May the grace of God over your life be on the increase in Jesus’ name, Amen. Congratulations!”
Faith also made a similar prayer for her son. She said, “Happy birthday to my beloved son and our Resident Pastor at Faith Tabernacle Canaanland @officialdavidoyedepojnr Receive fresh grace for greater impact in Jesus’ name, amen! Congratulations.”
The cleric married Kemi in 2008. He and his brother Isaac were ordained as pastors in May 2007 by US-based preacher Kenneth Copeland.
Oyedepo’s other children include Joyce and Love.
The cleric had a humorous birth. His parents got married on August 30th 1982.
He was born in June 1983, the same year the LFC was commissioned (Sept 1983) and the first service held in Kaduna- December 11, 1983.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that exactly 30 years to that day, December 11, 2013, the birthday celebrant preached his first message at Shiloh. Shiloh 2013.
The birthday celebrant is an Alumni of both Oral Roberts University (ORU) and Oklahoma Christian University.
The cleric was ordained together with his brother in May 2007 by Dr Kenneth Copeland.
The Minister at the wedding was Matthew Ashimolowo of KICC.
Kemi is the founder of Crisis-Proof Your Family (CPYF) a major ministry aimed at ensuring successful marriages and families.
The cleric preached his first message at Faith Tabernacle on March 24th 2013, the day after his grandmother’s burial.
He was introduced by Bishop David Abioye as the ‘next generation’.
In 2004, the cleric became the youngest member of the Covenant University Board of Regents (the governing council).
Oyedepo’s son was formerly the Regional Pastor of LFC European Region. He oversaw the growth of the church and established the first Kingdom Heritage Model School of the commission outside the shores of Africa.
In August 2016, Bishop Oyedepo and Mummy Faith Oyedepo went on vacation. Oyedepo Jnr then ministered in 5 services on Sunday at Faith Tabernacle. It was the first time anyone aside Bishop Oyedepo would do that.