First Female Archbishop In Delta, Celebrates Nine Years Of Consecration, 20 Yrs In Ministry



DELTA State first female Archbishop, and founder of Faith Healing Ministry, Archbishop Angel Oyeghe has marked the 20 years of the existence of her ministry with 28 branches with a special thanksgiving service held at the headquarters of the church in Okpaka, Udu Local government area of Delta State.
The clergy who also celebrated 9 years of her ordination and consecration as Archbishop, by His Grace, Rt Rev C.A.O Apena of blessed memory, held that God unforeseen grace has kept her and the ministry from strength to strength.
She said, “I am very grateful to God for the success and large turnout of member, non-member and the arrays of Archbishops, Bishops and other anointed men of God that came to worship God with me.
According to her, “In any ministry there are lot of challenges bit with faith, one must surely overcome as it is stated in the Holy Bible that the just shall live by faith.
On the church as Faith Healing Ministry, Archbishop Angel Oyeghe said, “Right from the very first day, I heard the name from God, ‘Faith Healing’ and ever since then it has been healing, miracle of any sort and testimonies.
“Today I am standing here to let the world know that despite the challenges, God has not forsake me in the last 20 years and through this period, I was consecrated as an Archbishop by my Spiritual father, Archbishop. C.A.O Apena of blessed memory.
“I am appreciating God because since my consecration into the office of the Archbishop, 9 years ago, I have never experienced weariness, cold or sick and lots of  healing, miracles and testimonies has taken place here through the power of God.
Though, no woman has been ordained and consecrated as an Archbishop, it is my fervent prayers to God that other women of God should attain the office in Delta state to follow me and they should be prayerful.
“I want to appeal to our clergies to be patient with God, they should never be in a hurry because our God is a God of due process and when your time come, He will surely answer.
Archbishop Angel Oyeghe who frowned at some clergies that claim to be mobile Archbishop disclosed that, there is never a passage or verse in the Bible that I have seen such and such persons should desist from abusing God’s privilege and presence in their lives.
The event was attended by the Primate of St Lazarus Christ Church, world wide, Archbishop Jonathan Arhavwarien, Rev Dr. Edhere Monday, Chaplain of Late Archbishop C.A.O Apena, of Bethesda Gospel Mission Bishops, Hon. Prince Emmanuel Omote and his wife, and other anointed clergies.

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