Apostle Moses O. Oluwole was born in Jebba, Kwara State of Nigeria. At the age of four, his mother died, and he was transferred to Ile-Ife, to live with his grandmother. He was educated initially in Nigeria. Subsequently he attended College and Graduate School in Germany and U.K, where he received MSc in Chemistry; and PhD (Summa Cum Laude), in Industrial Chemistry, University of Stuttgart. Though raised in the Anglican Church he was not saved, but deep down, he loved the things of God. In the evening of December 31, 1956, while on Christmas vacation in Ile-Ife, he suddenly felt an overwhelming Divine presence all over him such that he was compelled to search for a nearby Church to pray. He walked about 3 miles to a small, isolated, empty and dark Catholic Chapel, near a cocoa plantation. Miraculously, he was able to feel his way through the pews to the front of the altar, where he prostrated and began to sob for over an hour. He began to sweat profusely and saw visions of Heaven. Overwhelmed by this experience he surrendered his life to Jesus. Though convinced he should study theology, he disobeyed and went to study science. By special grace, he attained academic excellence as Professor of Chemistry and Dean, a Fulbright Scholar, and alumnus of the Nigerian National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies -- but suffered a spiritual demotion. Thank God, for the opportunity of a second chance My advice to anyone reading this book is "whatsoever He tells you to do, do it, and do it immediately." Delayed obedience or outright disobedience results always in spiritual setback. He is married to his beautiful wife, Dr. Doyin Oluwole, who loves the Lord. Together they are involved in Church planting. They are blessed with four children and three grandchildren.