Written by Afua Amankwanowa
Talented Nollywood actor Pete Edochie has congratulated his son Yul Edochie for beginning his new online ministry as a Pastor.
Yul Edochie launched his church, True Salvation Ministry and announced last month and introduced a new YouTube channel bearing the name of his ministry where church activities and services would be held
He held his inaugural church service online on Sunday January 28 where he shared his spiritual journey detailing his angelic calling and the moment he felt God’s direct presence and guidance.
Yul Edochie disclosed in an instagram post that his father endorsed his ministry after watching his first service and enjoyed it.
The actor thanked his father for accepting his decision and asked for God's blessings upon him.
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