10 Amazing Facts About Pastor Isaac Oyedepo

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Isaac Oyedepo is the second son of Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church worldwide, who resigned from the father’s  church on 25 October to start his own ministry as reported by FOB.

Pastor Isaac voluntarily resigned from the father’s church, Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel International, to start his own ministry which was gladly welcomed by the father, Bishop David Oyedepo.

Here are 10 interesting facts worth knowing about Pastor Isaac Oyedepo:

1. Parents
Isaac Oyedepo is the second son of Bishop David and Pastor (Mrs) Faith Oyedepo, of Living Faith Church also known as Winners Chapel International.

2. Ordination
Isaac was ordained pastor of Living Faith Church by American preacher Kenneth Copeland in May 2007.

3. National Youth Pastor
Pastor Isaac was appointed the national youth pastor of the Youth Alive Fellowship – the youth arm of the Living Faith Church  in September 2023.

4. Foreign Mission
He was the former Resident Pastor of Winners Chapel International, Maryland, USA.

5. Marriage
He got married to Ayomitide Omogbadegun in 2010. 

6. Education
Isaac is a graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States.

7. Humanitarian Services 
He is the founder of The Isaac Oyedepo Foundation, (TIOF) alongside his wife, Ayomitide, which was officially launched on November 1st 2020. 

8. Health Challenges
Pastor Isaac survived three life-threatening ailments – high blood pressure, pre-diabetes and heart disease in 2018 as reported by City People.

9. Birth
Oyedepo and his wife, Faith reportedly gave birth to Isaac in 1985.

10. Resignation
He resigned from Living Faith Church to start his ministry on Wednesday, October 25.

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