Family, Health & Lifestyle
More Than Conquerors

The More Than Conquerors Community Group has the objective of helping people who have been diagnosed with a disease, have recovered from a life threatening condition or facing what is considered an insurmountable challenge.

The group will provide the information, support, and guidance required to live victoriously and surmount any challenge. At the end of the semester, you would have learned and practiced strategies to walk in faith to overcome the situation in a safe place, received support for the walk of faith and transition back to living in strength and wholeness, and also had the opportunity to support others.

Oluwatoyin Arowolo
Community Governor

Oluwatoyin is an ICT professional and started out her career programming. The long hours at a desk took their toll and at age 31 she suffered a mild stroke which left her with a greater awareness of how she uses her body and an interest and enthusiasm for healthy living and God’s promises for a long healthy life.

An entrepreneur and 9-5er in Lagos, she is enthusiastic about helping people reduce their stress levels and increase their awareness of how they use their bodies. She believes healthy living is a lifestyle and not a fad, a journey and not a destination. An ICT Manager with African Reinsurance Corporation, she has over 15 years work experience in software development, systems analysis, database design, application testing, conversion, installation and support. She has a Bachelor of Science with Mathematics from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Operational Research at the University of Strathclyde and an MBA from ALUSB, Kigali.

She has spearheaded the development and delivery of various complex systems and applications within the insurance domain. She loves reading biographies, is interested in data and recognizing the value it brings to businesses. She loves gardening and swimming and finds both therapeutic. Toyin is one of a set of twins (Taiwo) and though her twin is a critical care physician, she cannot stand the sight of blood. She is married to Ibukunoluwa and they are blessed with two daughters.

Our Weekly Activities
Group Activities
Book Reviews
Prayer Watches
Praise Report Sharing Sessions
Health Advisory Sessions