Pastor Funke Adejumo, is on a journey to help those that are in Christ Jesus and the Body of Christ to break free from the condemnation, shame and guilt that has been placed upon them by the enemy. This enemy is rooted in self – any act or choice that hinders self love, creates feelings of hurt, lack, loneliness, despair and hopelessness. Pastor Funke Adejumo, through blogging and teaching, has born the revelation that Unconditional Love by God through repentance is not only available but also can be manifested in one’s life.
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Pastor Funke Adejumo Biography
Born in Ibadan, Oyo State on January 28, 1963, Funke grew up surrounded by a highly religious family. Her father was a strict disciplinarian and her mother was a devout Christian. She revealed that her family was very poor due to unforeseen circumstances and that her relatives were expecting a boy and not her.
As a child, Funke would seek ways to earn money in order to buy food for her younger siblings. She sold plantain chips (which she made from scratch), did manual labor like washing dishes at parties, and even became a domestic worker at age 8.
Funke Felix-Adejumo is a pastor, author, and motivational speaker. She runs the Agape Christian Ministries with her husband and she’s also the president of the Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation. The couple met at the University of Ibadan in 1982, when Funke was studying there. They married on September 8, 1984. The two founded the Agape Christian Ministries in 1987 and today it has over 30 branches across Nigeria, including one in Lekki, Lagos.
Pastor Funke Adejumo Family
Pastor Funke Adejumo is a mother of four biological children (two boys and two girls), along with several adopted ones.
In addition to the Christian ministry, Funke together with her husband are also philanthropists who have empowered many people financially. She is the president of Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation (FFAF), a non-governmental organisation that empowers women and disadvantaged children. The FFAF has provided thousands of widows and orphans with food items and cash gifts through its “Feed My Sheep” programme.
Pastor Funke Adejumo Husband
In an exclusive interview with Sunday Scoop, Rev. Funke Adejumo, wife of Bishop Felix Adejumo and founder of the Women in the New Evangelism (WINE) ministry, shared how she met her husband. She said:
“I met him (my husband) as a student at the University of Ibadan. And we got married in 1984, before we relocated to Akure in 1988. That was when he became a pastor. I didn’t marry a pastor; I married a town planner.
Rev. Adejumo also shared that she never expected to work with her husband but later discovered they were compatible in ministry. She said:
“I never knew I would work with my husband in ministry. But after he became a pastor, I discovered how compatible we were and decided to join him as a co-pastor.”