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About MFM

MFM Ministries is a full gospel ministry devoted to the Revival of Apostolic Signs, Holy Ghost fireworks and the unlimited demonstration of the power of God to deliver to the uttermost.

Absolute holiness within and without as the greatest spiritual insecticide and a pre-requisite for Heaven is taught openly. MFM is a do-it-yourself Gospel ministry where your hands are trained to wage war and your fingers to do battle.

At MFM, aggressive prayer is considered as an aid to spiritual focus and a check against being overwhelmed by the flesh. At MFM Prayer City, prayer goes on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, non-stop.


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Are You Prepared for Life's Final Destination? The Importance of Being Born Again

Life could be likened to a journey, a journey that could be short or long. The uniqueness of life’s journey is that we know and can predict the beginning, but no man knows when and where it will end. We know the date we were born but no one knows when he or she is going to die. The certainty that the journey will end someday and somehow was emphasized by the Lord in Genesis 3: 19. He said, “By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.” (See also Ecclesiastes 3:20, 7:2, and 12:7). Death is a “house appointed for all living” Job 30:23. Hebrews 9: 27 declared that it is “appointed once to man to die and after that judgment.” The question is, how prepared are you to face the judgement? 

The word salvation can be define as deliverance, by the grace of God, from eternal punishment for sin. Salvation is granted only to those who accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and savior. It is the deliverance by redemption from the power of sin and from the penalties ensuing from it. Salvation is available in Jesus alone. Jesus said in John 14:6 said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” God loves you and He is a Great God who owns the heavens and the earth. In this life, He has promised you dominion. In the life hereafter, He has promised you everlasting life. But the only way you can access these benefits is to give your life to Jesus Christ and become Born Again.


  • To propagate the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ all over the world
  • To promote the revival of Apostolic signs, wonders and miracles
  • To bring together children of God who are lost in dead churches


  • The Scriptures are the inspired Word of God; the only basis for our faith and fellowship
  • The One True God, ETERNAL EXISTENT in three Persons. God The Father, God The Son and The Holy Spirit
  • The fall and deprivation of mankind, necessitating redemption through the Blood of Jesus Christ

Discover the Power of Belonging

Belonging to a church is more than just attending a service. It’s about walking through life together, sharing experiences, and supporting each other through both good and bad times. 

By being a part of a church community, individuals can accomplish more and endure more, thanks to the strength and resilience that comes from being a part of a community.

Meet The Pastor​

Pastor Segun Obatusin is the pioneering Pastor of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Austin. Pastor Obatusin is a graduate of the prestigious University of Lagos, where he obtained his MBA degree and the University of Phoenix where he obtained his Doctorate degree in 2017. A man of faith and of the word, Pastor Obatusin has been a weapon of war and a royal diadem in the hands of the most-high God from the time when he was called into ministry in May 1993.

Pastor Obatusin has been involved in many ministerial works including church planting, mission outreach, campus fellowship, and youth empowerment. Pastor Obatusin was the pioneer and the National Coordinator of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) Campus fellowship. Today, the MFM Campus Fellowship has produced many ministers and Pastors who are serving the Lord in various department of the ministry.

Pastor Obatusin and his lovely wife, Modupe Obatusin delight in empowering people to rise above their roots and serve Jesus with integrity. They believe strongly in a multi-ethnic, multi-generational, and multi-cultural church. Pastor Obatusin is the author of the book Practical Application of Biblical Stories: Building spiritual virtues through the lessons of the stories of the bible.

Pastor Obatusin and his wife are blessed with three children

From The Pastor's Desk​


Hypocrites! Well did Isaiah prophesy about you, saying: ‘These people draw near to me with their mouth, and honor Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me. 9 and in vain they worship Me, Teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’ ”Mathew 15: 7-9

Alvin Toffler, in his book, Power shift: Knowledge, Wealth, and Power at the Edge of the 21st Century wrote, “The illiterate of the 21st Century are not those who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.”

Alvin’s definition of an illiterate seems very different from the norm, after all we know or rather have been taught to believe that an illiterate is one who is uneducated or untrained, one who cannot read and write. Alvin Toffler reference to a time frame – the 21st century in his definition stimulates the need to examine his definition. The 21st century is considered an information or knowledge age, an age where everyone is expected to be able to read and write, so it’s expected that those who cannot read or write will be nonexistent. In other words, there will be a new definition of an illiterate in the 21st century. Those to be considered illiterates will be those who holds on to what they already know (tradition) and are unwilling to let go what they had knew in the past (unlearn) in other to learn new things or challenge some of those things that they had knew or learnt (relearn).

Reflecting on Alvin Toffler definition of an illiterate from a Pastor’s point of view, it is obvious that the spiritually illiterate of the 21st century are not those who cannot read the bible but those who lacks the understanding or a true revelation of the word. In other words, in these age and time of increased in knowledge (Daniel 12:4) only those with a Berean like attitude, those who know their God, men of spiritual understanding shall be able to stand and do exploits (Daniel 11:32, Mathew 13: 19, 23, Acts 17: 11-12).

A quick examination of the three important words in Alvin’s’ quotation.

Learn: This implies to study, or acquire knowledge or information about a thing.

Unlearn: This means to discard something learned especially an outdated information from one’s memory. It also means to bury, to stop remembering or to dismiss from the mind something previously learnt or an old knowledge. Unlearning is usually a difficult process as it require change, a movement away from tradition, dogmatism, and what is considered norm.

Relearn: Relearning can be more accurately described as refocused learning. A change in learning attitude and a desire to understand what the word means in the context of the now –revelation. It requires openness of heart and a willingness to embrace new knowledge, new insight and or revelation. Since we cannot “relearn” something we believe we already know, it is important that we discard what we believe we know and be open to new knowledge or revelation.

The Power of Understanding: Unlock Your Full Potential and Embrace Divine Revelation for a Fulfilling Life

Understanding makes a man fruitful, loving, caring, affectionate, kind, powerful, famous, and above all fulfilling. Understanding help our learning, unlearning, and relearning process. It help our dynamic movement from tradition or doctrines of men to divine revelation.


This implies to study, or acquire knowledge or information about a thing. Learning helps individuals to expand their horizons, develop new skills, and improve their understanding of the world around them.


To unlearn is to discard outdated information or knowledge from one’s memory, which can be a difficult process as it requires a shift away from tradition and established norms.



Relearning is a refocused form of learning that requires an open mind and a willingness to embrace new knowledge or revelations. It involves letting go of preconceived notions and being receptive to understanding things in a new context.