Joseph, a levite from Cyprus, whom the apostles called Barnabas (which means "son of encouragement") Acts 4:36
Founder and Visioneer
Margaret Ade-Onojobi is the founder and visioneer of Barnabas Global Ministries,
a United Kingdom based charity organisation that places the sharing of the Gospel of
Jesus Christ with vulnerable persons globally at the centre of her ministry.
The outreach sector of her ministry includes the provision cooked hot meals to homeless
people on the streets of London, providing clothing and food for over one thousand orphans,
facilitating leadership seminars, training, ministering to youths/gang members, developing
social enterprises and health projects to vulnerable persons in various countries.
She is also a member of a South East London Prison Ministry, School Governor in an outstanding
primary school in Greenwich and was a School Pastor in Bexley, United Kingdom.
Margaret Ade-Onojobi has experience in community work since 1994, transferring her Psychology,
Post Graduate Psychodynamic Counselling and Social Work into different roles over the years.
She is a qualified and highly experienced Social Worker who has worked at various local authorities
in the United Kingdom and specialises in Transition, Adults diagnosed with Global, Profound and
Multiple Learning Disabilities and Mental Health.
We are proving that ministry is beyond the four walls of the church building or any building.
She is a missionary to the core and faces the risks associated with her calling with the joy of the Lord.
Margaret Ade-Onojobi is a co-publisher in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology.
Margaret Ade-Onojobi is a member of The Redeemed Christian Church of God. She is married and
blessed with biological and spiritual children.