Theophilus Sunday- Nigeria Gospel Worshipper And Preacher
Preacher Theophilus Sunday is a well-known gospel preacher and singer from Nigeria. He was born on May 9, 1987. He is a unique preacher of the Gospel. His chants and songs are filled with a strange power. He hails from Dekina, Kogi State, Nigeria
Theophilus Sunday was born in Dekina, which is in the Nigerian state of Kogi. He grew up in Kogi State, and after he finished primary school, he went to the Ochaja Boys Secondary School in Ochaja, Kogi State, to take his Senior School Certificate Examinations.
After that, he went to Kogi State University (KSU) in Anyigba and got a degree in Theater Arts. Minister Theophilus Sunday joined the National Youth Service Programme (NYSC) on November 5, 2012, after he graduated from college in the 2011-2012 school year. On October 10, 2013, he finished his year of work under the NYSC scheme.
Minister Theophilus Sunday, also known as “One Spirit,” has been given a mission to bring man and God together in marriage, since man is the church and Christ is the husband man. His work uses worship as a way to help the church get closer to the Holy Spirit. Minister Theophilus Sunday is known as a psalmist, and his gospel dance songs are the same as Evangelist Lawrence Oyor’s. His songs are spirit-filled and stir every listener’s hunger for God.
One of Nigeria’s well-known gospel preachers and artists is Minister Theophilus Sunday. Like a lot of other gospel pastors, he is known in the Christian world for how his songs have changed people’s lives. He has spread the gospel through his songs at different gospel events and churches in Nigeria. He has also been asked to speak at a number of colleges and universities in the country.
Minister Theophilus Sunday is also in charge of the World Worship Conference and hosts the True Worshippers Concert every week. It is a concert that came about because of a command to make men like God through the service of worship and make men spiritual, because that is how they were made in the beginning. The first True Worshippers Concert was held in Lokoja, Kogi state, from May 19th to 21st, 2022. It was a call to spirit-hood.