Abraham Olufemi Ojeme was born on Friday, 23rd of March, 1956, in a little town called Idogo, in the South-West of Nigeria. He is a foundation member of Living Faith Church (a.k.a. a.k.a. Winners’ Chapel) Lagos. He was the pioneer Chairman of the Board of Deacons for the Lagos church at inception in 1989.
He was ordained a Pastor in the Ministry in September, 1992 after the resignation ofhis appointment with Nestle Nig Plc by divine calling to come into full time ministry in the commission under the leadership of Bishop David Oyedepo in August 1994.
A Quantum Chemist by training, Abraham Ojeme who holds a Master of Philosophy(M. Phil.) degree in Analytical Chemistry, started his career as a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry, Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST) before he joined the services of Nestle Nigeria Plc, as a Quality Control Chemist where he held other various strategic positions, including that of the Quality Assurance Manager before his resignation in August 1994.
Since joining Living Faith Church as a full time Pastor in 1994, he has served in different positions such as Executive Secretary of the Commission world wide, Regional Director for Europe with headquarters in London, Resident Pastor of Faith Tabernacle at the International headquarters Canaanland, Prochancellor, Covenant University and Vice President(Foreign Mission) among others. He was appointed a Missioner of the Commission in 2017.
He served as a member of the Executive Council of the Commission until his retirement in June 2020 in line with the provisions of the Mandate(the official operational manual of the Livinig Faith Church)
Abraham Olufemi Ojeme is often referred to as “A Builder”, due to the fact that any branch of the church he led was sure to witness massive expansion and growth.
He is an author, teacher, counselor and motivator who sees the gifts in others and thrives to facilitate such gifts until they find expression.
He has been in 43 nations of the world bearing the everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ in many of them.