Photos from Darasimi Bamiloye and Lawrence Oyor wedding – Church & Traditional marriage
The much anticipated Traditional and church wedding ceremony of Gospel music minister Lawrence Oyor and Darasimi Bamiloye, the last child and only daughter of the Christian filmmakers of Mount Zion Movies fame Mike and Gloria Bamiloye held on the 9th and 10th of October, 2020.
The ceremonies held in the capital of Oyo State, the third largest city in Africa and the home state of the Bamiloyes, precisely at the Glory Tabernacle Ministry, Bethel Land, Oju-Irin, Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo state.
Sharing the news on social media, the father of the Bride, Mike Bamiloye posted pictures from the traditional wedding and captioned:
“DARASIMI BAMILOYE AND LAWRENCE OYOR WEDDING. The Lord made it great for us. The Lord fought down His glory over us. It was Awesome and Glorious.”
Meditating on a scripture last week about marriage, Lawrence Oyor posted on social media pointing out the need for a newly married man to observe sabbatical leave.
Quoting from Deuteronomy 24:5:
“When a man hath taken a new wife, he shall not go out to war, neither shall he be charged with any business: but he shall be free at home one year, and shall cheer up his wife which he hath taken. [KJV]
Lawrence concluded by saying that this is “the scripture I’m currently meditating on. The templates will be restored. We will be many!!!”
Darasimi Bamiloye graduated in 2017 from Babcock University, run by 7th Day Adventist. She is known for her prowess in spoken words. She was a big influence during her National Youth Service Corps in Kebbi state. Just like her siblings, She is also vast in drama, script writing and editing.
Gospel music minister Lawrence Oyor is the singer behind the song “Living Bread, Living Water.” He is an evangelical music minister and a graduate of the University of Ibadan.
He is also known for the single “The Train,” which is the original soundtrack to the Mount Zion Gospel movie with the same title.
Darasimi Bamiloye and Lawrence Oyor wedding – Church & Traditional marriage