Pastor Ernest Nnadigwe has a passion and a calling for revival in Australia. In 2005, the Lord gave him a vision of His end time program for Australia. Ordained in The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) as a full pastor by Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, the general overseer of the church. He was sent by Pastor Charles Adegoke to Australia on a prophetic and apostolic mission in 2004.
In 1982, Ernest Nnadigwe accepted the Lord as his Lord and personal saviour and joined RCCG in 1990. He became the pioneer parish pastor of Chapel of Restoration, Port Harcourt, Nigeria in 1999. Pastor Ernest Nnadigwe was promoted as the Area Pastor of Open Heaven area in 2001 and was transferred to Australia in 2004. He started The Light Pavilion parish in 2005, was made both the pastor-in charge of RCCG Western Australia and the Assistant Pastor-in-Charge RCCG Australia in 2009.
Ernest Nnadigwe obtained B. Sc. Geological Sciences, 1990; Post graduate Diploma, 2002 in Nigeria and Masters of Social Science (Counselling and Psychotherapy) in 2010 from Edith Cowan University, Perth. He is a psychotherapist and has been in counselling profession in Western Australia for over 10 years; specialising in Men in Relationship Counselling, Anger Management Counselling, Domestic Violence Counselling, Problem Gambling and Addiction counselling; Adolescent mediation Therapy and General Counselling. He is a member of Australia Counsellors Association (ACA) and Christian Counsellors Association of Australia (CCAA).
Pastor Ernest Nnadigwe is the senior Pastor of The Light Pavilion (The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Western Australia) and an elder in Organisation of African Community, Western Australia. He is also the current executive director of Australian Christian Heritage Initiative and the Chief Executive Officer of Redeemed Care Inc, Perth.
Pastor Ernest Nnadigwe is gifted in teaching and prophetic utterances with signs and wonders following. He has been in ministry for over 27 years in Africa, America and Australia. Happily married to Pastor Adefunke Nnadigwe, a lecturer and Clinical Behaviour Consultant, they are blessed with three glorious boys: Ebuka, Dire and Goziem.