Aderemi Badru

House of Hope for All Nations, Maryland
Lead Church Planter
Baltimore Maryland
House of Hope for All Nations
February 9

About My Family

I was born in the year 1983 into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Badru in Ejigbo, Osun state, Nigeria. I was born into a Muslim family until the Lord showed His love to me and saved me in the year 1998, precisely on December 26. I studied to be an accountant, but then the Lord called me into His ministry November 29, 1999. In the year 2004, I resumed at the Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary to be trained and equipped for ministry and, upon my graduation in 2008, I was called to plant University Baptist Church, Abuja. In the year 2012 the ministerial board of the Nigerian Baptist Convention, on the recommendation of University Baptist Church Abuja, Nigeria, ordained me into full-time gospel ministry. I met my wife, Itunnu, when I was in seminary in the year 2008, and we got married August 29, 2009. 

About My Church Plant

The Lord brought us from Nigeria to plant House of Hope for All Nations. We are a church that will reach out to the multitudes of people who have come to this nation and who are coming to this great nation seeking hope, with the mandate to bring them to the only true hope that is in Christ Jesus, that they might become part of the family of the church, developing them to become like Jesus and empowering them to do what the Lord Jesus called us to do, which is to make disciples of all nations, thereby preparing them for eternal life in God's kingdom. Our desire is that the Lord will, through House of Hope for All Nations, birth other churches. At House of Hope for All Nations our message is Christ Jesus the hope of glory for everyone who believes irrespective of their tribe, background, race or colour. Jesus only is our message.

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–Pray that the Lord will open unto us the door of ministry in Laurel, Md.
–Pray that the Lord will open the door of utterance to us that we may declare the gospel of Jesus with boldness.
–Pray that God will open the door of faith in the hearts of the people in Laurel and for receptive hearts among the people in our city.
–Pray that God will raise partners and support for the work.
–Pray that God will send like-minded men and women to join us.


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