Twenty Five at Fifty by Omotayo Aduloju

Ven. Omotayo Aduloju received his call to ordained ministry at quite an early age through situations and circumstances that can only be described as providential. In his fiftieth year on earth, at a time when he is also marking his twenty fifth anniversary in the Holy Orders and the tenth anniversary of his being made an Archdeacon, he has in this memoir recounted his miraculous journey, pondering on God’s faithfulness to Him as expressed through divine helpers.

As one of the most senior clergymen in the Diocese of Lagos, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, he discusses his experiences in some of the choicest parishes – Our Saviour’s Church TBS, The Cathedral Church Marina, St Peter’s Church Faji and the Church of the Nativity Parkview and reveals how staying true to the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is paramount to succeeding in ministry and making a difference. He also frankly discusses some challenges ordained ministers encounter, and how through adhering to certain guiding principles and the grace of God, one is able to succeed.

He has documented his life and ministry in this book as an inspiration and encouragement to young ministers and others so that they can all share in his experience of God’s faithfulness to a transformed and a grateful life.