Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the second son of the renowned Bishop David Oyedepo, founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, has stepped down from his influential role within the church.
Pastor Isaac, who had been serving as the national youth pastor of the Youth Alive Fellowship (YAF), the vibrant youth wing of the Living Faith Church, has decided to relinquish his position, a role he embraced just last September.
The news of his departure was officially confirmed by Church Gist, a reputable media platform owned by Pastor Leke Beecroft, a long-standing pastoral assistant at the LFC Headquarters in Ota.
Sources close to the development, obtained exclusively by mandynews.com, suggest that Pastor Isaac is poised to embark on a new spiritual journey, with plans to establish his own church ministry.
However, despite the swirling rumors and heightened curiosity, the pastor has maintained a dignified silence, opting not to issue an official statement at this time.
Pastor Isaac’s tenure at Living Faith was marked by his charismatic leadership and his ability to connect with the youth, fostering a sense of community and spiritual growth. His influence extended beyond the pulpit, as he was widely regarded as a prominent figure within the church community.
Ordained by the esteemed American preacher Kenneth Copeland in May 2007, Pastor Isaac’s roots in the church run deep, with a strong foundation in the teachings and traditions of Living Faith.
His departure, therefore, raises questions about the future direction of the Youth Alive Fellowship and the impact of his absence on the church’s youth ministry.
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