To train, equip, foster, deploy and serve apostolic and prophetic ministry

Servant Ministries was birthed in 2008 as a means of extending beyond the then limitations of pastoral ministry.  

Robin and his wife, Nyema were called to come and serve in the UK in December 1999. Subsequently they planted a church in Herne Bay on June 6th2004, which they faithfully served for five years. November 2009 to August 2011 was a period of much travel and deep seeking by Robin for the promise of new wine and a new role in the church. During this time he remembered a dream given in August 2003 when The FATHER told him that for 8 years he would ‘walk on one leg’ until the time of fulfilment of all things promised him. Since September 2011 he has begun to step into the fulfilment of that promise.  

His passion is to see the church transition into the new move of GOD for this hour. He is a prophetic - teacher, worship leader and networker in The Body with a heart to come alongside existing networks and ministry leaders. He ministers in prophetic psalmistry and prophecy. He is also the author of several books dealing with the histories and stories of revival, church government and prophesy. 

Robin leads “Servant Ministries”, an equipping ministry to The Body as well as a weekly gathering for prayer, worship and prophetic equipping, “The Whitstable Tabernacle”. He facilitates the “Inter-Prophetic Alliance”, a relational gathering of heads of prayer and prophetic ministries. He is the author of “TRANSITION - a compass for shifting from the old to the new featuring key areas of reformation for the post-charismatic kingdom saint”, as well as several manuals on prophetic ministry and books on revival. Robin is aligned with “Churches in Communities”, an international grouping of minsters under Dr Hugh Osgood, he is also ordained as a prophet under “Christian International Europe” (CIE), led by Dr Sharon Stone and has as his mentor, Bishop Joe Ibojie of The Father’s House”, Aberdeen. He is a part of The Harbour Church in Whitstable. He describes himself as a Nigerian Englishman and is married to Nyema, they are blessed with four children, a niece and a nephew. They make their home in Whitstable, Kent..