Forever in our hearts – Christain Community pays tribute to Dare Adeboye on his two years death anniversary.

Two years ago, 4th of May, 2021, the Christain community lost one of its generals, Pastor Dare Adeboye a.k.a PD who died in his sleep at his home in Akwa Ibom where he resided with his family.

Pastor Dare Adeboye whose full name is Oluwadamilare Adeboye was a very popular Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor as the 3rd child to the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeboye.

On the 5th of May, 2021, the news of his death broke the internet and trended till after his burial.

Last year, his younger brother Leke Adeboye peneed an emotional tribute to his late brother.

In his note, he recounted how his brother and him take turns to bless each other’s bank account on thier birthdays in May and June respectively.

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In the post made, he also revealed how his brother’s fist still clenched as though he had microphone in his hand even as he laid lifeless.

This year, many gospel platforms have taken to social media to remember the icon who dedicated his life to preaching the gospel and helping everyone that he came across.

Many also took to the comment section to affirm that they were blessed by the little time he spent on earth.

Church Gist, a gospel platform shared some pictures of Pastor Dare Adeboye with the tribute below;



(9th June 1978 – 4th May, 2021)

Today, we use this opportunity to celebrate the impactful life of Pastor Dare Abeboye who was called Home on this day, two years ago.

We thank God who used you tremendously in advancing His Kingdom and spreading the Gospel of life.

Thank you for your astute dedication to the duty of God and the assignment of winning souls. Your life on earth was indeed one to remember. 

We are strengthened by the fact that you’re dwelling in God’s bossom and under His care. Keep resting in God’s presence till the resurrection morning. From all of us at Church Gist.