But by the grace of God I am what I am: and his grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I laboured more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me. 1Cor. 15:10 KJV
Paul Sunday Aremu, a son in the Vineyard of the Lord Jesus Christ, who believes in making the life of others better, hinges on the finished work of Jesus and the privileges of son-ship with the knowledge of the rights of the heirs of the Kingdom, to reach out to both young and old, leaders and led, serving them beyond the walls of the church building and leveraging on the gifts and skills, as well as meaningful relationship the Divine bequeaths him.
He has over the years learned from failing in different endeavours and have been able to make them raw materials for a true lifting, and turn the rubble to an edifice. Through article writing, group discussions and classroom teachings, he has come to leap into the sphere of speaking at conferences, seminars, talk shows – in schools, church gatherings, and other social gathering both physical and virtual. He found joy and fulfillment in translating the wealth of wisdom he acquires into text thereby authoring books, easily readable for the young and old, editing for writers and authors, both for individuals and corporate bodies.
Another scripture that is the platform on which his life and works are built is,
Though thy beginning was small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase. Job 8:7 KJV
Hence, the size of the project now is nothing to compare with the size at its end. Again, part of his philosophy of life is continuous improvement, hence, there is no limit to learning. This helps informs the nature of his dealings both in planned meetings and in ordinary life interaction with the young, and the young at heart. As his home church, he is a minister in the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and a teenagers’ counselor.
As a devoted lover, husband and father, he is blessed with a virtuous wife, Oluwabusayo Aremu and beloved children. He currently lives with his family in Lagos, Nigeria.