Subtitle: 31-Day Journey to Productive Change
5.25 x 8 - 128 Pages
Olayinka Dada has been a great influence in the lives of many people, most especially youth, and steering them towards. He preaches using practical examples that are easy to relate to and apply to one’s life.
He has been pastoring since 1996 as a tent maker, and God has used him to transform lives through sound and uncompromising teachings of the Word of God. He is a seasoned leader, coach, mentor to many, pioneer, teacher and a church planter whom God has used in the ministry in different countries of the world.
Olayinka Dada graduated with an MBBS degree from University of Ilorin, Nigeria and a Masters of Family Medicine from Medical University of South Africa. He has practiced medicine in four countries of the world and currently practices in Hamilton, Canada. He is also a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
He is the Pastor in Charge of Province-3 of the Redeemed Christian Church of God North America, Canada, overseeing churches from Ontario to Newfoundland.
He is married to Oluwatoyin and is blessed with four children, namely Timothy, Esther, Mary-Favor and Deborah-Peace.
He has published four books:
Unlocking Divine Doors—how to experience a life-transforming visit from God
The Highest Common Factor—understanding the grace phenomenon
Blossom—abounding in God’s master plan of fruitfulness
The Label Is Irrelevant—overcoming life’s struggles and reaching the top
Olayinka Dada in his characteristic precise and incisive style has given fresh insights that aim to satisfy any longing soul.
Practical and insightful messages for your daily living.
A daily dose of God's words to enrich your spirit, soul and body.
Bound to to give you sustainable accelerated growth in your walk with God.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 07 December, 2015.