July 14, 2024
Bishop Felix Adejumo is a pastor from Nigeria. He's a teacher, author, speaker, and humanitarian. He leads the Agape Christian Ministries.

Bishop Felix Adejumo is a pastor from Nigeria. He’s a teacher, author, speaker, and humanitarian. He leads the Agape Christian Ministries.

Felix Omobude Adejumo was born on February 14, 1959, in Edo State, Nigeria. He grew up in a Christian family and liked ministry since he was young. He studied at the University of Ibadan.

In 1992, he started the Agape Christian Ministries. It’s a non-denominational ministry sharing love, faith, and the gospel of Jesus Christ. It has grown a lot and helped many people in Nigeria and other places.

Adejumo is a dynamic preacher and speaker. He talks about faith, marriage, family, leadership, and personal development. He’s invited to speak at conferences worldwide, inspiring and empowering people.

Besides his ministry, Felix Adejumo is an author. He wrote many books about Christian living, relationships, and spiritual growth.

Biography

Born on June 20, 1954, in Ororuwo, Boripe local government area of Osun State, Nigeria, he came from a very simple family. His parents couldn’t afford to take him to a hospital when he was born. Today, he is the founder and senior pastor of one of the biggest churches in Nigeria. He’s also a philanthropist and has built the Karis Life Hospital in Akure.

Bishop Felix Adejumo is well-known for encouraging people to be their best in life. Many like him because of his gentle way of speaking. His teachings are full of wisdom, making him an outstanding preacher. The Bishop travels around the world, speaking about leadership in conferences and seminars.

Age

Bishop Felix was born on June 20, 1954.

Education

The Bishop went to the University of Ibadan and got his Bachelor’s degree.

Family

He is happily married to Reverend Funke Felix-Adejumo, a well-known Nigerian preacher. They’ve been married for 37 years, starting from September 8, 1984. They are blessed with four children (two sons and two daughters), grandchildren, and many adopted and spiritual children.

Rev Funke Adejumo is the president of Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation (FFAF), a non-governmental organization helping women, inspired by her experiences with poverty. She also oversees an orphanage called Grace Orphanage. In 2003, together with her husband, Felix Adejumo, they built a children’s hospital.

She manages Another Chance Women’s Home, a place for women who are victims of domestic violence. The home provides a safe space for these women until they heal.

Bishop Felix and Rev. Funke became Ministers of God in Ondo State, Nigeria, on August 12, 1989.

Agape Christian Ministries

Bishop Felix ‘Remi Adejumo is the Founder and Senior Pastor of The Agape Christian Ministries Worldwide, and he leads the church with his wife, Rev. Funke Felix-Adejumo.

Bishop Felix felt a calling from God to enter the ministry when he was living with his family in Ibadan after getting married. It took him three years to convince his wife about this revelation, and they eventually moved to Akure to start Agape Christian Ministries.

The church was founded on August 7, 1988, and held its first service on the same day with only two families as the first members at Victory Nursery School, Akure.

Today, Agape Christian Ministries is well-known in Nigeria, with branches in over 30 locations and several thousand members across ten states. The church has over thirty-five parishes, various ministry arms, and is present on three continents. In 2023, the church celebrated its 21st Anniversary.

Books

Bishop Felix Adejumo is a prolific author and some of his authored books include:

  • Abuse Of Leadership,
  • Strength For Tomorrow,
  • The Sevenfold Covenant and
  • The Woman In Your House.

Sermons

  1. The Winning Edge
  2. God Answers Prayers
  3. My Story Must Change
  4. The Laws of the Next Level
  5. Lord If Thou Has Ben Here

Social Media

You can find Bishop Adejumo on the following social media platforms:

  1. Instagram: @felixadejumo
  2. Facebook: @felixremiadejumo 
  3. Twitter: @BishopAdejumo

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