Missions Aid Network Acts Ten Thirty Eight Ministries, Ministry Partner
Ifebomi Emmanuel Baba-Lola was born into the Olupo family of Mr. Aderinkola James Falola aka Obaninja and Mrs. Omoyeni Felicia Falola; he is the third of nine children that is comprised of four girls and five boys. He was born-again into the Evangelical Christian Group, Ikirun, Osun State, Nigeria during an open-air crusade held January 8-12, 1980 under the ministrations of Evangelist Isaac Omolara Awodeji (aka Omo Awo) and almost immediately participated actively in the rural evangelistic campaigns of the group. In its formative years, He was also very active in his elder brother’s ministry, The Hidden Manna Ministries, Osogbo, Nigeria, which then focused on rural open-air crusades. He entered University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University; OAU), Ile-Ife, South-Western Nigeria 1984, where he bagged his BSc. (Hons) in Agricultural Engineering.
He was the Secretary General of the Scripture Union Fellowship of his High School; Akinorun Grammar School, Ikirun, Osun State, Nigeria 1981-82. He was also the Bible Study Secretary of the then 1000-member strong students’ campus Fellowship, the Evangelical Christian Union; aside getting actively involved in Evangelism, Deliverance, and Healing Ministrations on campus.
He proceeded to Jamaica in 1991 for the Discipleship Training School (DTS) at the Youth With A Mission (YWAM), Jamaica.
He returned to Nigeria match 1992 and was consecrated a Reverend Gentleman October 31 same year in OAU Ile-Ife under the hands of the Rev. Isaac O. Crown of Omega Faith Generation Ministries, Bauchi, Nigeria. He founded the New Wine Assembly, a mission-minded Church, 10 January 1993, which he shepherded for about four years.
It was the New Wine Assembly that transfigured into the current itinerant Acts Ten Thirty Eight Ministries; a Prophetic-Apostolic ministries on which platform he takes the gospel of Christ worldwide. He is also the President of Missions Aid Network, a registered charity headquartered in Dublin, Ireland where he also hosts the Prophetic Prayer Conference where Prophets and people gather for prophetic ministrations once a year. He is also the Rector of Rabboni Bible School; the nucleus of the Missions Aid Network.
He is the General Editor of the reference Bible: The Confessional Prayer Bible apart from six other works; Let Me Run, Missions Without Tears, Marriage: Point Blank, Curses and Blessings, Divorce and Remarriage and Praying the Mind of God. He is the Editor-in-chief of the Rabboni Magazine; the official voice of the Missions Aid Network.
When one observes the ease at which he switches from the prophetic to the evangelistic, or teaching; and the signs and miracles that attend his ministrations, there seems to be no correlation between his casual personality and these results.
His comment on this is that “I am a trumpet, God the Trumpeter. He does the blowing and I give the sound. If He has not blown, I have no sound of my own.”
Emmanuel serves God’s purpose in this generation currently as a prophetic-Apostolic Missionary. He believes, however, that no matter the office held, a ministry gift is God’s Vice Regent in all situations the Lord allows him to encounter.
“My personal life goal” he said, “is to preach the gospel of Christ in every nation on earth, as well as be a father to all nations, in a Spiritual sense, by presenting to Christ in heaven at least a soul each from every tongue on earth present in my days.’
He is married to Grace, a System Analyst/Engineer whom he describes as a “ministry soul mate”, and they are blessed with four children.
Website: Missions Aid Network