Isaac, Bishop Oyedepo’s Son, Resigns From Living Faith Church

Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the second son of the renowned Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has made the difficult decision to resign from his prominent position within the church. The news of his departure, which has sent shockwaves through the church community, has been officially confirmed by Church Gist, a media platform owned by Pastor Leke Beecroft, who has been a long-term pastoral assistant at the Living Faith Church (LFC) Headquarters in Ota.

What makes this resignation even more remarkable is the fact that Pastor Isaac was appointed as the national youth pastor of the Youth Alive Fellowship (YAF), the youth wing of the Living Faith Church, just last September. His decision to step down from this role has left many wondering about the reasons behind his unexpected departure.

Sources close to the situation have suggested that Pastor Isaac Oyedepo is now on the verge of embarking on a new journey – one that involves establishing his own church ministry. This potential move, though not officially confirmed by Pastor Isaac at this time, indicates a significant shift in his spiritual path and ministry. The absence of an official statement from the pastor has only fueled the curiosity and speculation surrounding his future plans.

Pastor Isaac Oyedepo had earned a well-deserved reputation as a prominent and influential figure within the Living Faith Church community. His ordination as a Living Faith Church pastor in May 2007 by the esteemed American preacher, Kenneth Copeland, highlighted his deep commitment to the church’s teachings and traditions. His resignation, therefore, marks a significant moment in the history of the church and leaves many wondering about the impact of his departure on the church and its members.

As the story continues to unfold, it remains to be seen how the Living Faith Church and its members will navigate this unexpected change and what the future holds for Pastor Isaac Oyedepo in his new venture. This development serves as a reminder of the dynamic and ever-evolving nature of religious institutions and the individuals who play vital roles within them.