The founder of The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo took to his social media page to recount how he started his ministry with one trouser and holes in his wife’s shoes.
He revealed this on his Instagram page while announcing a prestigious award given to him by the Methodist Church in Nigeria for their evangelistic works.
Here is what he wrote on his IG page.
“Babe, we walked the streets of Ilorin together looking for people to preach the gospel to. We didn’t have no car, I had just one trouser, we didn’t have technology or finance to increase our reach, there were holes in your shoes. We had to do it one person per time.
I’m fully aware that God will reward us for our labour, but I am also thankful to the Methodist Church in Nigeria for presenting us with this Honorific Award for Evangelism! We haven’t lost that same passion and we never will! We are ever committed to winning souls for Christ!
Thank yoy Modele for always standing with me and running with me and running with the vision! I’m blessed to have you!”