Pastor Funke Adejumo is on an expedition to help the people who are part of Christ Jesus in the Body of Christ to be free of the shame, condemnation, and guilt handed to those in Christ Jesus by their enemies.

The root of this enemy is self-reflection – any act or decision that hinders self-love can cause feelings of pain, self-worth, despair, and despair. Pastor Funke Adejumo, through blogging and teaching, has brought the realization that unconditional love through God through repentance isn’t just a possibility. Still, it can be seen in the lives of people.


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born in Ibadan, Oyo State, on 28 January 1963, Funke was raised by an extremely religious family. Her father of her was strict in his discipline, while a fervent Christian raised her. She confessed that she and her parents were in need due to unplanned circumstances. She also revealed that her relatives were expecting a child but not her.


When she was a kid, Funke would seek ways to earn money to buy food items for those younger than her. The girl sold plantains chips (which she made herself) and did manual work such as washing dishes for parties, and was even a domestic worker when she was eight.

Funke Felix-Adejumo is a pastor, author, and motivational speaker. She is the director of Agape Christian Ministries with her husband and serves as director of the Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation. The couple first met at the University of Ibadan in 1982 when Funke was a student. They got married on the 8th of September in 1984. The couple established Agape Christian Ministries in 1987. Agape Christian Ministries in 1987 has more than 30 branches in Nigeria and even one in Lekki, Lagos.



Pastor Funke Adejumo is a mother of four biological children (two girls and two boys) and a few adopted children.

Apart from being involved in the Christian church, Funke together with her husband are also philanthropists that have empowered a lot of people financially. She is president of the Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation (FFAF) which is a non-governmental organization which empowers women and children. The FFAF has helped many widows and orphans cash and food items via the “Feed My Sheep” program.



An exclusive conversation in an exclusive interview with Sunday Scoop, Rev. Funke Adejumo, wife of Bishop Felix Adejumo and founder of the Women in the New Evangelism (WINE) ministry, discussed how she met her husband. She explained:

“I have met his (my husband) when I was an undergraduate student at the university of Ibadan. We got married in 1984. Then we moved in Akure at the end of 1988. He was then a pastor. I didn’t get married to the pastor’s wife; I got married an urban planner.

Rev. Adejumo added that she did not anticipate marrying her husband but then realized they had a common interest in ministry. She added:

“I didn’t think I’d collaborate with my husband in the ministry. When he was ordained as pastor, I realized the way we matched and chose to be co-pastor.”

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