Biography Of Pastor Sarah Omakwu


Pastor Sarah Omakwu is a Dynamic Christian Speaker and Senior Pastor Family Worship Centre, Abuja.

Pastor Sarah Omakwu, Senior Pastor Family Worship Centre, Abuja.
Pastor Sarah Omakwu, Senior Pastor Family Worship Centre, Abuja.

Wife of Pastor Ina Omakwu of blessed memory, Pastor Sarah founded Family Worship Centre together with her husband on the 11th of April 1993. Her belief that the gospel should be ‘good news’ to the weak and vulnerable has been the drive behind Family Worship Centre’s large-scale support of widows, orphans, prisoners and people displaced by sectarian strife.

The church, which started with only 47 members, has grown phenomenally to over 8,000 regular worshipers and currently supports over 100 missionaries and mission agencies in Nigeria.

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Born July 31, 1962, Pastor Sarah’s ministry exists to worship God and to demonstrate His transforming love to man in order to make us an agent of that love. To encourage and challenge individuals to use their gifts, resources, and to commit their lives and time to serving God.

She is a sought after conference speaker who has ministered locally and internationally. Her radio program Moving Forward with Pastor Sarah reaches millions across Nigeria.

Pastor Sarah Omakwu
Pastor Sarah Omakwu

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Pastor Sarah Omakwu In addition to her Pastoral responsibilities, she also served as the Chief Operation Officer of Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) Int’l, Anglophone West Africa Headquarters, and National Director of Counseling – World Reach Nigeria, the ministry arm of CBN Int’l.

She became the President of Family Ministries International and Senior Pastor Family Worship Centre after the home calling of her husband in 2003, being anointed by Dr. Creflo A. Dollar.

She is blessed with three wonderful children.

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