The wedding anniversary of the founders of Mount Zion Ministries, Evangelist Mike and Gloria Bamiloye was on October 8.
The wedding anniversary celebration took place at RCCG House on the Rock parish, Grand Prairie Texas on last Sunday.
The drama ministers celebrated their 30th Anniversary in grand style as they began with a variety and sporting events on Saturday, October 6th.
Evangelist Mike and Gloria Bamiloye as young couple, had the desire to serve God through the Drama ministry.
Their marriage is blessed with three wonderful children, Damilola, Joshua and Darasimi Mike-Bamiloye.
Below are beautiful photos from the celebration, however, the last born and only female child of the family, Daramisi is conspicuously absent.
The couple who married in 1988 has three children.
Speaking about his children (Joshua, Dammy and Darasimi) Mike said, “Our marriage has produced great ministers. Our children also are in the ministry, my first son is a drama producer and director of Christian movies also, my second son is into music and our third child, is studying English in the university. She is a scriptwriter.”
The daughter, Darasimi graduated in May, 2017 from Babcock University.
What has sustained their marriage these 29 years?
Mike said, “When you get married to an intelligent person, the person will continually reason. Once in a while there has been disagreement in principles, but we always come together to agree. When there is a disagreement, one party approaches the other, depending whoever sees reasons first. There is always an agreement when there is a disagreement. We work together and sometimes we disagree during film productions but at the end of the day we still have to reach an agreement.”
His wife, Gloria explained, “We are children of God, and we cannot sleep without forgiving each other. I do not want to miss rapture. We were able to cope because we fear God. The fear of God sustained our marriage. Marriage is a ministry unto God. When we have that in mind, it would be easy to work together, respect each other and to adjust ourselves.”