Funke Felix Adejumo is a Nigerian pastor, teacher, author, marriage counselor and humanitarian. She is the president of Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation, a foundation dedicated to making worldwide impact.
She developed a passion for ministry and helping women from a young age. She is married to Felix Adejumo, a pastor and teacher, and they have been involved in ministry together.
Rev. FF Adejumo (as she is fondly called) is the founder and president of the Funke Felix-Adejumo Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and uplifting women through various initiatives, including skill acquisition programs, educational support, and mentorship.
Funke Felix-Adejumo is a highly sought-after speaker, particularly in women’s conferences and events. She is known for her powerful and inspirational messages that address issues such as women’s roles in society, family life, marriage, personal development, and spiritual growth.
As a pastor, she serves in various capacities in the church, and she is widely respected for her dedication to mentoring and counseling women and families.
Aside from her ministry work, Funke Felix-Adejumo is also an author, with several books to her credit, aimed at encouraging and empowering women to live purposeful and fulfilled lives.
She is the organizer of numerous conferences, including the Mothers’ Summit, Winning Edge Conference, and Women in Leadership Conference.
Funke was born on January 28, 1963 in Ibadan, Oyo state. She always talks about how her birth caused controversies. Because she is a female child, her father was advised not to send her to school, or train her. Their reason being that she ‘cannot’ be successful.
She always testified about how she came from a difficult background. At a time, the family had no plates because her mother sold the plates so that she could buy medication for her sick brother.
At the age of 14, Rev. Funke gave her life to Christ. When she gave her life to Jesus at the age of 14, she remarked, “My life saw a turnaround, and it has been growing better and better ever since.”
Funke Felix-Adejumo Age
Rev. Funke was born on January 28, 1963.
She attended her primary and secondary school in Ibadan. Then she went on to attend the University of Ibadan where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English Language. She is currently undergoing another degree in Law at the Baze University Abuja.
Funke Felix-Adejumo Family
Funke Felix Adejumo Church
Before her husband, Mr. Felix, got a call from God to enter the ministry, the family had first settled down in Ibadan after their marriage. After three years of trying to convince his wife of his revelation to begin his ministry in Ondo state, they eventually moved.
On August 12, 1989, Funke and her husband Felix were ordained as Ministers of God in Ondo State, Nigeria.
After some time, they started fellowship with four other people in their living room. They then moved to a new place as they grew in number. And the church officially opened on August 7, 1988, in Victory Nursery School, Akure.
Today, Agape Christian Ministries is one of the well-known churches in Nigeria, with branches in over 30 locations within the country.
Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation
As a humanitarian and philanthropist, Pastor Funke has her focus on women; widows, single mothers, wives, mothers and daughters.
Pastor Funke Adejumo is the president of Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation (FFAF), a non governmental organization that help women.
The organization is founded with the aim of helping people who live in poverty like she once did. Also, She runs an orphanage, Grace Orphanage. In 2003, She and her husband, Felix Adejumo, built a children’s hospital
In addition, she runs Another Chance Women’s Home. It is a home for women who are victims of domestic violence. The home make provisions for these women to leave in until they heal.
Adejumo also trains women at local and international conferences on how to function better in life, career and marriage.
Rev. Funke is a prolific author. She has authored over 50 Christian Literature. Some of them include;
- If not for God: Fifty lessons life taught me, 2012
- My seed is a champion, 2014
- Free to be me, 2014
- Celebrate, 2014
- Every minister
- Climbing your sycamore tree, 2014
- My seed is designed for the palace
- Woman: More than a woman
- Keepers of the flame
- Life made easy
- Just a drop of grace, 2010
- Mothers summit prayer points
- Marriage is for destiny
- My seed is designed for the palace
- Ebenezer: Our stone of help
- Beauty for ashes
- Christian courtship
- Dominion mandate
- Destiny, here I come
- I just relocated to the top
- My seed shall blossom
- My seed shall live
Awards And Recognitions
In 2017, she won the Salt and Light Award from Awesome Treasures Foundation (ATF), 2017.
Faith University in conjunction with Oral Robert’s University also honored Funke and her husband with doctorate degrees (Honoras Causa) in Divinity.
Rev Funke is estimated to have a Net worth or net income of around $1 million to $5 million.