Bishop Stephen Adegbite Biography, wikipedia, age and career
Bishop Stephen Adegbite is a renowned Nigerian clergyman who has spent decades preaching the gospel to people in Nigeria and beyond. He is the founder and presiding bishop of the Goodnews Evangelical Ministry International, a church he established in the city of Lagos, Nigeria.
Born on May 4, 1957, in the city of Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, Bishop Adegbite grew up in a Christian family where he was exposed to the teachings of the Bible from an early age. He attended primary and secondary school in Abeokuta before proceeding to the University of Lagos, where he obtained a degree in Human Anatomy.
After completing his university education, Bishop Adegbite worked for a few years in the healthcare sector before he was called into ministry. He started preaching the gospel in the early 1990s and within a short period, his ministry began to gain traction.
Through his ministry, Bishop Adegbite has impacted thousands of lives, preaching the gospel of Christ and ministering to people in need. He is a gifted preacher, teacher, and writer, who has authored several books on Christian faith, including “The Covenant of Blessing” and “Releasing Power Through Fasting and Prayer.”
Over the years, Bishop Adegbite has established himself as a respected voice in the Nigerian Christian community. He is known for his commitment to Christian values, his unwavering faith, and his dedication to teaching and mentoring young people.
Bishop Adegbite has also been involved in various humanitarian works, providing aid to the less privileged and supporting the work of other Christian organizations in Nigeria.
Today, Bishop Stephen Adegbite continues to serve as an inspiration to many as he lives out his calling as a minister of the Gospel of Christ. His passion for God, his humility, and his tireless work in spreading the message of salvation continue to inspire people of all walks of life to live out their faith boldly and compassionately.