NOLLYWOOD actor, Yul Edochie, who recently launched his online ministry, has held the first church service on his YouTube channel, True Salvation Ministry.
During the virtual gathering held on Sunday, Yul spoke about his spiritual journey, sharing his divine calling and the moment he felt God’s direct guidance. Reflecting on instances where others recognised his potential for ministry, he revealed that a life-altering car accident on the Ore road was the turning point that led him to fully embrace his calling.
Following a narrow escape from a fatal outcome, Yul described a transformative experience where a compelling voice urged him to dedicate his life to serving God and humanity. This revelation marked the beginning of his “second life,” distinct from his previous pursuits.
Despite initially aiming for a physical church with a sizable congregation, Yul disclosed that God intervened, guiding him to start humbly and utilise the resources at his disposal.
He said in part, “As far back as 2012, 2013, I’ll meet a couple of men of God, pastors and they will always tell me that you are destined to be a minister of God, you can’t run away from it, you are going to be a minister.
“As time went by, I started to hear the voice myself like anywhere I am, most of the time when I’m in an enclosed place, just me, I’ll be hearing that voice telling me you are going to work for God.”
Recall that Yul Edochie recently announced the launch of his Christian programme, True Salvation Ministry, on YouTube, where he will deliver weekly sermons on Sunday evenings.