Bishop Oyedepo’s Son Finally Quits Winners, Unveils New Ministry
November 28, 2023
By Miracle Ogunde
It is now official! It is no longer a rumour! Starnews Nigeria can report that Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the son of Bishop David Oyedepo, has unveiled his own ministry known as Isaac Oyedepo Evangelic Ministry.
Pastor Isaac posted a YouTube video on his X account where he announced his vision and new ministry to some respected men of God who gathered to honour him and his father over the commissioning of the new vision and ministry that God has given him.
Isaac, who is the second son of Bishop Oyedepo, has reportedly launched out to start his own ministry to “rekindle the revival fire of God in the body of Christ” after resigning from his father’s church, the Living Faith Church also known as Winner’s Chapel International.
Quoting him, he 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.”
His father, the presiding bishop, had declared that his mandate of over 50 years is to: “Liberate the world from all the oppression of the devil…and make the people rich.”
Recently, it was reported that the younger of Bishop Oyedepo’s two sons had stepped down from his role as the Youth Pastor of Winners Chapel.
However, no official statement or resignation letter has been made public.
In September this year, Bishop Oyedepo appointed his son as the Youth Pastor of the Youth Alive Fellowship (YAF), the youth wing of the Living Faith Church.
Setting the record straight, the son of the renowned cleric, took to his official social media handles, and revealed his stance with his family and father’s church, Living Faith Church.
Mr Oyedepo, who was ordained as a pastor in May 2007 by famous American televangelist Kenneth Copeland, said he “remains a steadfast member of Living Faith Church, dedicated to the service in the Body of Christ.
Before he was appointed a Youth Pastor, he had served as the resident pastor of the Living Faith Church International, Maryland, USA, since October 2018.
His statement reads, “It is worthy of note that no external statements have been authorised or verified by me.
Insiders alleged that Pastor Isaac’s mandate is to “reclaim a generation and to ensure that this generation sees the fire of God-revival in our generation.” Perhaps this is the reason for his decision.