Chris Oyakhilome. Biography and Philanthropy of the President Of Christ Embassy Church

Chris Oyakhilome is an Nigerian pastor television host, pastor, and writer. He is also the president of Believers’ LoveWorld Inc., also known under Christ Embassy International.

Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (or Chris Oyakhilome) was born on the 7th of December 1973 and was the son of Tim Oyakhilome as the first child. Following his primary and secondary schooling, he enrolled in Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria where he obtained a BSc in Architecture.

AAU also awarded him an honourary Doctor of Science. He also holds an honorary doctorate of divinity from the Benson Idahosa University. Reverend Chris was previously married to Anita Obhodaghe. They have two children.

Chris Oyakhilome Biography Chris Oyakhilome Minister
While still in school at AAU, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome got involved in ministry. At the time the Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship, which is now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated was known as Youths For Christ (YFC).

YFC grew, and it became the biggest campus organization. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is the location of the headquarters of the church. Believer’s LoveWorld is today a global church with millions of followers and associates around the world.

Through its 2002 environment for miracles, BLW was the most prominent Christian broadcasting channel in Africa. Chris Oyakhilome Biography They stopped airing it in May of 2004 after the president Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria declared that churches should stop broadcasting miracles.

The ministry of Pastor Chris is divided into four parts: publishing ministry, healing ministry, television ministry, teaching ministry and television ministry. Chris Oyakhilome Family He developed the healing school, the environment for miracles and the Pastor Chris global prayer network from these ministries.

Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International
Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)
The Future Africa Leaders Foundation, an initiative aiming to increase the leadership potentials Africans were born, was established. Chris Oyakhilome The foundation recognizes, celebrates and assists young Africans who have demonstrated leadership by positively impacting their generation. This is accomplished through education, youth empowerment and mentorship.

The foundation honours these young leaders with an award ceremony known as The Future Africa Leaders’ Award. It is held on the Eve of each New Year at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena, (LCA), Billings Way Oregun, Ikeja. Winners are presented with an award by Reverend Chris Oyakhilome (President of BLW).

The InnerCity Mission For Children

The InnerCity Mission to children is a faith based non-governmental Organisation. The NGO was founded in 2005 to reach the most vulnerable, poorest orphaned, least fortunate children in the world.

Children and their families benefit from the foundation’s participatory and sustainable interventions. They include childcare programmes, child development programmes and strengthening of families.

Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma care International Foundation was established to enhance the health and life expectancy within local communities and across nations. It also promotes improved emergency response services in case of accidents and emergencies. The foundation intends to achieve this feat through health education as well as advocacy and community-based programs , while also providing support for national policies regarding trauma care.

Over 1000 trainings on first aid, safety and emergency management were conducted by the foundation. The foundation has trained over 1000 police officers, teachers as well as caregivers and road transportation employees.

Volunteer Medical Corps
The Volunteer Medical Corps is a worldwide christian medical outreach which will provide relief supplies, medical assistance, and health education to refugees and internally displaced persons in areas affected by natural or man-made disasters.

The outreach comprises of a network of christian health workers, paramedics and students from all over the world. The volunteers offer assistance in emergency medical care and sustainable health care solutions for areas in crisis.

VMC also offers services such as health care to areas in need and training for health professionals in the local area. VMC outreach is open to all those whose primary objective is to improve the health of those in need and provide assistance to those in need.

Bible For All Nation
Bible For All Mission (BFAM) is a non-profit christian group, committed to the creation, production and distribution across the world of the Bible to people of all ages and genders in the format and language they can comprehend. Through this, the mission assists them in learning the Bible and to receive the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

BFAM provided hundreds of thousands of Rhapsody Bibles for individuals, communities, prisons as well as private and government institutions around the world. It includes Philippines, Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria. This was possible thanks to a strong global network of Bible sponsor volunteers, donors and other supporters.