Pastor Paul Adefarasin Biography




Pastor Paul Adeolu Adefarasin is a Nigerian author, minister, and social engineer or transformer. Paul Adeolu Adefarasin was born 1963 to parents of different Nationality.

His father was a Nigerian, and his Mom, a Jamaican. In his early life, Paul Adefarasin stayed
both in Nigeria and in the United States. He has a BSc. and is a graduate of Architecture from the University of Miami.

He practised architecture in Florida and just then before he was called to establish his ministry by God. The House on the Rock Church was founded in 1994 by Pastor Paul Adeolu Adefarasin. His ministry, The House on the Rock Church, has over 40 branches in Europe and Africa combined.

Shockingly, Pastor Paul Adefarasin was a drug addict, and this has propelled him in ministry to preach against all acts of evil that destroys humanity.

He also established the Rock Foundation, an organization which attempts to cooperate with the social and humanitarian services of the church which include helping or supporting ex-convicts, drug addicts, hoodlums and other socially failed group of people.

Pastor Paul Adefarasin is popularly known to host the annual gospel music concerts, featuring gospel music stars like Tye Tribbett, Deitrick Haddon, Nathaniel Bassey and a host of globally relevant gospel music artistes.

He worked hand-in-hand with Bishop T.D. Jakes and others in producing the "Inspired By... The Bible Experience". In 2006, Pastor Paul Adefarasin started the Lagos Experience Gospel Musical Concert.

This gospel music concert happens to be one of the biggest gospel music concert in the nation. He's happily married to Ifeanyi Adefarasin with three children.


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