Pastor Isaac Oyedepo, the second son of Bishop David Oyedepo, has finally addressed the reports suggesting that he left his father’s church to establish his own ministry.
In a statement, Isaac clarified that he remains an active member of Living Faith Church Worldwide, and his relationship with his family, including his father, remains strong and intact. However, he did not confirm whether he had officially resigned from Living Faith Church. Instead, he emphasized that the media should refrain from publishing any information about him without his consent, as it would be a breach of his privacy.
Isaac stated, “It is important to note that no external statements have been authorized or verified by me. I must emphasize that there are no issues in my relationship with my beloved family, particularly my father (Bishop David Oyedepo), who has consistently stood by and supported me throughout the years. There are also no complications in my commitment to my church, which I consider my home, Living Faith Church (also known as Winners Chapel International).”
He further expressed, “I remain a dedicated member of Living Faith Church, committed to serving in the Body of Christ.”
Isaac urged the general public to exercise extreme caution when it comes to information not communicated by him or through his official social media platforms. He emphasized that no further publications, whether on social media, electronic media, or print media, should be made regarding any potential separation from Living Faith Church or his family without his explicit authorization, as it would be regarded as a violation of his privacy. He expressed gratitude for the understanding of the public in this matter.
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