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Biography of Sunday Adelaja

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Pastor Sunday Adelaja is the Founder and Senior Pastor of The Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations in Kyiv, Ukraine.

He is a Nigerian-born leader with an apostolic gift for the twenty-first century. In his mid thirties Pastor Sunday has already proven to be one of the world’s most dynamic communicators and church planters and is regarded as the most successful pastor in Europe with over 25,000 members as well as daughter and satellite churches in over 35 countries worldwide.

The congregation includes members from all spheres of society, from former drug and alcohol addicted to politicians and millionaires. Its high percentage of white Europeans (98%) also indicates that boundaries of racial prejudice have been surpassed. In the same country where Pastor Sunday has been called “chocolate rabbit” and several attempts have been made to deport him, thousands join hands and support his mission to see Ukraine and the whole world affected and saved by the gospel of the Kingdom. Pastor Sunday is recognized as an unusually gifted teacher of the Word of God, with an extraordinary operation in the gifts of the Spirit, especially the word of knowledge. He receives numerous speaking invitations to several countries in all continents of the world yearly, as well as invitations to meetings with heads of states and other politicians.

Pastor Sunday’s influence in the areas of church growth, prayer and evangelism has been noted by Charisma Magazine, Ministries Today and many other Christian periodicals. The secular world media, such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Washington Post, Reuters, Associated Press, CNN, BBC and German, Dutch and French national television have all widely reported on him. The Wall Street Journal called him “A Man with a Mission” set out to save Kyiv and the Ukrainian President Yushenko acknowledged his strong involvement in the Orange revolution for democracy in Ukraine. Former Mayor of New York City Rudolph Giuliani stated: “Sunday, God bless you in your important mission. When I next come to Ukraine I would like to be at your church”.

In August 2007 by invitation from the employees of the UN, Pastor Sunday Adelaja was invited as a speaker for three sessions. It was the first time in the history of the UN that a pastor speaks in the main hall of the UN. There were 500 organizations and missions from different parts of the world and leaders from 30 countries that participated in these sessions. From then on the Embassy of God started its preparation to enter the UN and become a member of this organization.

The church’s radio and television ministry reaches approximately eight million people weekly in Ukraine and millions more through weekly TBN programs in Europe, Russia and Africa. He is also one of the main speakers at the Global Pastors Network, organized by the late Dr. Bill Bright.

The church’s “Stephania Soup Kitchen” feeds 2,000 people daily and ministers through outreaches to hundreds of needy street and abandoned children.

God has used the “Love Rehabilitation Center” to touch the lives of more than 3,000 drug and alcohol addicts, setting them free from the bonds of addiction.

Pastor Sunday’s passion for Nation Transformation has driven him to maximally spread the word of God. He has written and published over 80 books of which some have been translated to English, German, Chinese, Arabic and Dutch. Also, thousands of sermons have been recorded. He organizes annual pastors leadership seminars where over 1,000 ministers regularly attend, studying the topic ‘Pastoring without Tears’. His passion is to ignite these ministers with fire and power to transform their cities and countries.

Every year Pastor Sunday organizes Pastors Seminars that take place in the church. He is also the main speaker there. During this time more than 1 000 servants learn how to be a pastor without tears and learn the keys of getting success. Also every year Pastor organizes a summer and winter fast which aiming to equip servants with fire and power to change their towns and countries.

Nowadays, the apostolic ministry of Pastor Sunday has gone far beyond the boundaries of Ukraine, making him a desirable speaker and a Pastor to pastors in many nations of the world. To date, he has visited over 30 countries.

Pastor Sunday is happily married to his “Princess” Abosede, and they are blessed with three children Perez, Zoe and Pearl

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