Pastor William Kumuyi, the founder of Deeper Christian Life Ministries, has made it clear that he has no intention of retiring from his ministry work.
In fact, he confidently stated that he is still in excellent physical shape and could even participate in a relay race.
His commitment to staying in the pulpit is evident as he recently arrived in Benin City for a six-day event called “Global Crusade with Kumuyi.”
The event, themed “Loose Him, Let Him Go,” will take place at the Garrick Memorial Grammar School.
During a media interaction at the Benin Airport’s VIP Lounge, Pastor Kumuyi shared his optimism that the conference would bring about positive transformations in both the physical and spiritual lives of the attendees.
Responding to questions about retirement after many decades as the ministry’s founder, Kumuyi stated, “If you rest while you are not tired, if you rest while your vision is becoming brighter, if you rest when you are seeing farther than you saw 50 years ago, you will not be called the wise man.”
He emphasized that his vision, anointing, strength, and power continue to grow, and even compared his physical fitness to that of 50 years ago. With no retirement plans in sight, the expansion of his vision remains his focus.
Kumuyi also shared memorable moments from past conferences, including the story of a paralyzed woman who attended one of the crusades and received a miracle, being able to stand up and walk when she returned to her village after his prayers.