How female ministers can balance ministerial assignment with family responsibilities- Evang (Mrs) Olukotun


Evangelist (Mrs.) Betty Olukotun

By 'Gbenga Bankole

The Coordinator, Christ International Divinity College, Ibadan Campus, Evangelist (Mrs.) Betty Olukotun has said to female ministers that they have a big role to play as a minister and as a wife at home.

She told them not to allow their ministry to disturb or negatively affect their home; urging them to learn how to plan adequately.

Using herself as an example, Evang. Olukotun said; "before I left home for the 2022 International Conference of all Evangelists, Prophets, Prophetesses and Planters, I have prepared everything my husband needs. I also employ the services of a caterer to cook for him. I have been in the ministry since 1994 and it has never affected my role at home as a wife to my husband and mother to my children."

The Cleric said this during the online analysis session of the 2022 International Conference of all Evangelists, Prophets, Prophetesses and Planters organised by the World Evangelistic Outreach of CAC Nigeria and Overseas, holding at Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State.

The online analysis which is being live-streamed on Zoom and through the official Facebook page of CAC News is anchored by Pastor John Adeyinka, Pastor J.O. Oluwasanmi, Pastor Tolu-Tope Dada, Elder John-Mark Oladele, Evang. Jerry Akinyomi and many others. 

Evang. Olukotun further urged female ministers to let their husbands have a say in their ministry; saying that some female Evangelists thought they should not be under the control of any man.

She concluded that; "always give your husband notice ahead before leaving home for ministerial assignment."

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