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from: 12 . 05 . 17

Sunday Adelaja is a Nigerian born Leader, Thinker, Philosopher, Transformation Strategist, Pastor, Author and Innovator who lives in Kiev, Ukraine.At 19, he won a scholarship to study in the former Soviet Union. He completed his master’s program in Belorussia State University with distinction in journalism.At 33, he had built the largest evangelical church in Europe – The Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations.

Sunday Adelaja is one of the few individuals in our world who has been privileged to speak in the United Nations, Israeli Parliament, Japanese Parliament and United States Senate. The movement he pioneered has been instrumental in reshaping lives of people in the Ukraine, Russia and about 50 other nations where he has his branches.

His congregation, which consists of ninety-nine percent white Europeans, is a cross-cultural model of the church for the 21st century.His life mission is to advance the Kingdom of God on earth by raising a generation of history makers who will live for a cause larger, bigger and greater than themselves. Those who will live like Jesus and transform every sphere of the society in every nation as a model of the Kingdom of God on earth.

His economic empowerment program has succeeded in raising over 200 millionaires in the short period of three years.Sunday Adelaja is the author of over 300 books, many of which are translated into several languages including Russian, English, French, Chinese, German, etc.

His work has been widely reported by world media outlets such as: The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Associated Press, Reuters, CNN, BBC, German, Dutch and French national television stations.

Pastor Sunday is happily married to his “Princess” Bose Dere-Adelaja. They are blessed with three children: Perez, Zoe and Pearl.

I appreciate DSA for everything is teaching us bless sir I appreciate you sir and because of your encouragement I started Facebook live in February up till now thanks again
Happy birthday more grace may sir I met you some years back when you came to London with Pastor Bose you encourage us both our as change a lots sir Now still the moment when I saw you I sober I started writing books your life as encourage our ministry as change I am one of your silent Disple when I'm on holiday from I come to Ukraine thanks sir again Happy birthday
God Will continue to protect you, as u come to Nigeria to expose d evils some of our so called pastors are into. Joshua amatari is my brother from bayelsa state, his father was my pastor at d then deeper life Bible church benue state. More grace to you sir
It was wonderful to read your blog. It is amazing indeed with an impressive biography. May God bless you Dr. Sunday Adelaja. Elias
When is your branch in Nigeria taken off. Having gone thru all the big churches in Nigeria such as Living Faith ( winners) Assemblies of God Church, RCCG, Church of Christ with nothing less than 10 years in each of these churches, I think I have seen it all. Now I am at a crossroad. I am so frightened that I am cannot attend any Nigerian pentecostal church for fear of running into the same straitjacket I found myself in those churches in more than 35 years of attending . My family and those around me are worried that I have stayed out of church. I am equally disturbed but none of those churches offer any solace. I thought i was alone in the truth of the scriptures i have discivered when suddenly I stumbled on your videos and teachings on YouTube. I want to be a part of this great transformation movement of false the church. Howe can I contact you?

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