Femi and Yemi have been worship ministers together for over 25 years. They are song writers, producers, recording artists, authors and diligent ministers of the Word. They are passionate about reaching the world with the love of God through the Word and music.
Femi and Yemi are accomplished professionals in their respective fields. Femi is a Senior Web Developer and Yemi is a Family Nurse Practitioner. Yemi enjoys blogging and you can visit www.bloginseason.com for some of her down-to-earth, soul lifting and heart encouraging blogs. They believe that worship is more than music and songs of any genre. To them, worship is a lifestyle that permeates every aspect of life no matter where you are, whether standing behind a pulpit or a computer desk.
Femi and Yemi’s songs are anointed and grounded in the truth of the word of God. Their songs are inspired to usher the listeners into the presence of God. Some of their Albums include: Caretaker, Just You and Me, Baruch Haba, True Love.
Their upcoming Album titled “New Day” is scheduled to be released soon.
While they’ve had the honor of ministering in various places
over the years, and have been successful in their careers, their utmost desire is to see people hunger and thirst for more of God and to desire and experience the authentic presence of God. Their heart cry is to see an outpouring of the Spirit of God and revival across the nations of the world.
Femi and Yemi are the blessed parents of 3 beautiful and talented children who serve with them in the ministry.
Power In The Word
Have you ever wondered how medications work? Do you sometimes take a pill and wonder what goes on in your body to cause the desired effects?
What is in a tablet of Tylenol that relieves your aches, Metformin that lowers the blood sugar, or Metoprolol that slows down the heart rate and lowers blood pressure? As a prescriber of these medications, I wonder about these things sometimes.
Most pills look dry and simple but some are potent enough to alter the heart’s function even at low doses. For Antineoplastic drugs, anyone handling them is required to wear gloves and gowns because the “drugs can be harmful to the healthy dividing cells of the nurse including the cells of a developing baby” especially in females (CDC). Whao! Talk about potency! These examples come to my mind when I read in Hebrew 4:12 about the potency and efficacy of the word of God. You may wonder what that means to you. Well, my friend, this means that the word of God carries the power within it to effect transformational changes in your life and situations.