Oluseye Oluwatayo unveils 'Power to Become Sons of God'
According to Oluwatayo, "Power to Become Sons of God" is a book that is written to help believers understand the essence of their salvation in Christ Jesus. Oluwatayo designed the book to be an eye opener especially to young believers, to believe their faith in whom they have accepted as their Lord and Savior.
"We need to go back to the basis of our salvation in order to be what God has called us to be, not what your parents, friends, or society wants you to be. It is obvious you cannot do that if you do not know the purpose of your salvation," Oluwatayo expresses.
Oluwatayo believes that many people today want to be like their pastors, or so called mentors, but Christ should be the standard in all things, not men. He is confident that this book would help them in setting their priorities.
About the Author
Oluseye Oluwatayo is a "Teacher of the word." He met with the Lord in the year 1984. Since then, he has been involved in the work of the Lord in Nigeria, as a counselor, teacher missionary until the year 2007, when he relocated to South Africa primarily to continue in the vineyard of the Lord. He has been a missionary to EquatoriAl Guinea. He is married to Damilola Oluwatayo and they have three children. He has passion for building the body of Christ, especially those who hungers for growth in the Lord, Jesus Christ. He has The Mandate to minister to the body of Christ.
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