General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi

The esteemed Founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi has proclaimed that the transformative power to align oneself with God’s desired nature is solely within the realm of the divine.

The man of God declared this on Wednesday, during a discussion with newsmen at Aba Mega Mall, beside Aba New Park, Osisioma, off Enugu Port Harcourt Expressway, venue of his five-day gospel crusade scheduled for April 25 – 30.

Emphasizing the primacy of God’s transforming power, Pastor Kumuyi eloquently explained that despite mankind’s efforts to effect changes on their own accord, it is only through the divine grace of God that the deepest and most profound transformation of the soul can be achieved.

In his words” Only God can bring joy, glory and transformation to lives”, Kumuyi declared, while urging Abia residents to take advantage of the gospel outreach to be regenerated.”

He confidently ascertained that the five day evangelistic outreach organized in collaboration with the Christian Association of Nigeria and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria would exceed the expectations of the people in attendance.

Accompanied by his wife, and a team of devoted evangelists, the General Superintendent arrived in Abia with the declaration that God remains unchanged in His capacity for miraculous interventions, proclaiming that God will bless the gathering with a bountiful harvest of miracles and response to their diverse needs.

Reacting to a question on the impact of his global missionary outreaches, the Clergyman noted that a lot of tremendous successes were being recorded.

In His Words “Lives are being changed. We see tremendous things. We never expected the amount of healings we see in Nigeria, Africa and beyond.”

He emphasized that evangelism is God’s mandate, adding that God has always fully identified with him.

He stated “It’s God’s dream, and He is doing much more than we could have achieved on our own.”

The state Chairman of CAN, Bishop Ojo Ojo Uduma; and his PFN counterpart, Bishop Chikezie Elekwa, and some Deeper Life Pastors from all Five South Eastern States were present during the media chat.


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