Chris Oyakhilome Biography, Philanthropy, and the Net Worth of the President of Christ Embassy Church

Chris Oyakhilome is a Nigerian pastor, television host, and writer. He is President of Believers’LoveWorldIncorporated. It is and is also known as Christ Embassy International.

Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was born on 7 th of December 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Tim Oyakhilome, as the first son of the family. Following his primary and secondary education, he attended Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria where he obtained the BSc in Architecture.

AAU also presented him with an honorary Doctor of Science award. He also holds an honorary degree in divinity from Benson Idahosa University. Reverend Chris was once a married man to Anita Obhodaghe. He and they have two lovely children.

Chris Oyakhilome Ministry
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome began his ministry while an undergraduate student at AAU. Chris Oyakhilome The Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship is which is now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (YFC) was then known as the Believers’ LoveWorld fellowship.

YFC grew rapidly and was the largest campus-based fellowship. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is the home of the church’s headquarters. Believer’s LoveWorld now has millions of followers and associates across the world.

Through its 2002 atmosphere for miracles show, BLW was the most well-known Christian television ministry in Africa. They stopped airing the programme in May 2004, when the then President of Nigeria – President Olusegun Obasanjo announced that churches should stop airing miracles on the television.

Chris Oyakhilome Oyakhilome Pastor Chris’s Ministry includes four arms that include publishing ministry to heal, teaching ministry on television, as well as a television ministry for TV ministry. Through these areas, he has created the healing school and an atmosphere for miracles as well as the Pastor Chris global prayer network.

Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International
Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)
The Future Africa Leaders Foundation was founded to increase and investigate the leadership potential of Africans. The foundation supports young Africans who exhibit leadership qualities and can positively influence their generation. They achieve this through education and empowerment of youth .

The foundation honors these young leaders with an award ceremony dubbed The Future Africa Leaders’ Award. It is held on the eve of every New Year at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena, (LCA), Billings Way Oregun, Ikeja. The president of BLW Reverend Chris Oyakhilome, presents the award to the winners.

The InnerCity Mission For Children

The InnerCity Mission is a faith-based nongovernmental Organisation (NGO). In 2005 the organization was founded to aid the most orphaned, and vulnerable children who live in poverty.

The children and communities are helped by the foundation’s sustainable and participatory interventions. These include child care programmes as well as child development programs and family strengthening programmes.

Oyakhilome Trauma Care International Foundation

The TraumaCare International Foundation was established to improve the health and longevity for local communities. They also provide better emergency response when there are emergencies or accidents. This foundation will help support national policies on trauma care by assisting the advocacy process and health education as well as community-based programs.

More than 1000 classes in first aid, safety and emergency management were conducted by the foundation. They are credited with educating more than 1,000 students police officers, as well teachers, caregivers and road traffic personnel.

Volunteer Medical Corps (VMC)
The Volunteer Medical Corps, a religious outreach of the church is committed to providing aid supplies, medical assistance and education for internally displaced people and refugees in areas that have been affected by man-made and natural disasters.

The outreach team includes paramedicsand students, and Christian workers from all nations. They provide emergency aid, medical treatment and sustainable healthcare solutions to people living in communities and areas which are experiencing crisis.

VMC also offers health care services to communities in need and manpower development to local health workers. VMC outreach is available to all those whose primary objective is to improve the health of the poor and provide assistance to those in need.

Bible For All Nation
Bible For All Mission is an evangelical, non-profit Christian organization which is committed to the production, distribution, and distribution worldwide of the Bible to all age groups and genders in a language and format they can understand. Outreach helps people understand the Bible while also allowing people to receive the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

BFAM has distributed thousands of Rhapsody Bibles for free at no cost to those in prisons, hospitals communities, as well as public institutions across the world. These countries include Nigeria, Gambia Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. Due to the strong, knitted network of Bible sponsor volunteers worldwide the outreach was possible.