Frank Eboagu is a seasoned Minister of the gospel who functions effectively by the grace of God in the ministry office of Pastor/Teacher. His teaching ministry has blessed many people. He became born again in the university campus in 1981 (Easter period) at a program organized by Lagos Varsity Christian Union (LVCU) under the leadership of then Brother Francis Wale Oke, tagged weekend of deliverance. While fellowshipping with LVCU, he joined the children evangelism department and in collaboration with some brethren ran a children Bible club outside campus.
A graduate of Physics with postgraduate diplomas and degrees in Computer Science, Financial Management and Information Technology, Frank Eboagu’s secular career spans the banking and ICT sectors where he rose to top level management positions before retiring to go into full time ministry in May 2015. He quit secular work to go into full time ministry in May 2015. He has a wealth of IT experience specifically from the banking sector where he debuted as Analyst Programmer.
Frank Eboagu is happily married to Rev (Mrs.) Cordelia Eboagu and they are blessed with four wonderful children.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, Africa. The place I grew up did really influence my writing, rather, my work in the ministry and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit is what has influenced ny writing
Having been involved in taking care of the family sheep David knew what it means to be a shepherd. It takes real hard work and commitment to be a shepherd. David did not say, the Lord is our shepherd, but the Lord is my shepherd.
Enjoying God’s mercy is not a function of race, age, gender or social status. It is a product of grace, and that makes it a free gift from God. God is rich in mercy and His mercy is more than sufficient to meet the needs of the whole world.