Rev Henry Emmanuel

Rev Henry Emmanuel was ordained by Prayer and Faith Ministries, Nigeria in November 1993. He is married to Favour Morolawun and they are blessed with three children – Damiloju, Duntan and Ifeoluwase.
Together with his wife they founded the End-Time Lord’s Army Ministry International (also known as Grace Assembly of Prayers) in November 1993. He has an apostolic calling as well as prophetic, teaching and preaching ministries. God’s mandate for his ministry is found in Isaiah 58:11-12

“The LORD will guide you continually, and satisfy your soul in drought, and strengthen your bones; you shall be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail. Those from among you shall build the old waste places; you shall raise up the foundations of many generations; and you shall be called the Repairer of the Breach, The Restorer of Streets to Dwell In.” 

and Isaiah 61:4

“And they shall rebuild the old ruins, they shall raise up the former desolations, and they shall repair the ruined cities, the desolations of many generations.” 

Before his ordination, he served in various leadership roles including Secretary of the Hospital Christian Fellowship in Ilesha, Nigeria; Elder in Chapel of Victory International, Sagamu, Nigeria; and President of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International Remo Chapter, Nigeria. He was formerly President of Upper Room Pastoral Praying Forum, Manchester, UK. 

He is a member of the Apostolic Pastoral Association, UK, where he was also ordained as Reverend in November 2007. He is also a member of the Northwest Intercessory Network, an intercessory group in the Northwest of England.

Book Shelf

Great Grace – walking in the fullness of God

Just like faith, grace can be quantified. We recall Jesus’ reference to the measures of faith “Oh ye of little faith”, “greater faith have I not seen in all Israel”, “the faith of a mustard seed”. In this little gem of a book, Henry shines a light on grace and invites us to see it not just as something God does for us, but as something we can tap into in ever-increasing measure to better carry out the work of the ministry.

God, Ministry & Ministers – understanding the basics

Ministry belongs to God and not man. Henry brings a rarely-mentioned insight to successful ministry ‘ cultivating the right relationships and avoiding hypocrisy which can drain God’s anointing.