OLIVIA OLAJUMOKE ADAMOLEKIN YOUNG is currently a Sunday School Teacher at the Braeswood Assemblies of God Church in Houston Texas. She was born, baptized and confirmed in the Anglican Church where her father, High Chief N.K Adamolekun, then Maiyegun of Akure, and her grandfather, Chief Joshua Adamolekun, the Otun Ijo of St. David’s church, Iju, were ardent worshippers. But because of her travels to African nations, Europe, Canada and the United States, she has had to worship in other churches. Now, wherever, the Lord is loved and honored is home church to her. Gifted to teach and passionate in this calling, she became a student of the word of God after giving her life to Christ at age 21, during a crusade at her alma mater -- the university of Ibadan, Nigeria, in 1971. Then she took Sundays off to go with the school visitation team in order to preach to secondary school children in the Ibadan/Oyo environs. After graduation with a Bachelor’s in Agricultural Economics from Ibadan, she went with her church to participate in a crusade in Nairobi, Kenya. Years later, the Lord opened the way to study and work in the United States where during her Master’s program at the Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater, Oklahoma (O.S.U), she ministered the word in song at the Stillwater Assemblies of God Church on Sundays. She obtained the M.S. degree from O.S.U in 1979. Then, the Lord again opened the door to work and live in New Haven, Connecticut, where she worked as a substitute teacher and taught the word of God after work hours. She lived there until 1992 when she moved to Houston, Texas, for another job opportunity in giving care to the elderly. She has been living and working in Houston ever since. She is now retired from teaching school and health care giving -- the dual jobs she held during her work years. She now teaches Sunday school classes, enjoys writing, playing the piano and playing table tennis. She lives with her family in Houston.