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    Chris Oyakhilome (Nigeria) is a pastor, television host and writer. Chris Oyakhilome He is the president of Believers’ loveWorld Incorporated, also known by Christ Embassy International.

    Chris Oyakhilome Background

    Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (or Chris Oyakhilome) was born on December 7, 1973 in the home of Tim Oyakhilome as the first child. Chris Oyakhilome Biography Following his primary and secondary education, he attended Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma (Edo State), Nigeria, where the university awarded him an BSc. in Architecture.

    AAU also awarded him an honorary Doctor of Science award. He also has an honorary doctorate of divinity from Benson Idahosa University. Reverend Chris was married to Anita Obhodaghe once, and they have two children.

    Chris Oyakhilome Ministries

    Pastor Chris Oyakhilome began his ministry when he was in school at AAU. The Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship was then known as Youths For Christ (YFC).

    YFC was growing and eventually was the largest church on campus. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is home to the headquarters of the church. Believer’s LoveWorld today has millions of followers and associates across the world.

    Through its 2002 atmosphere for miracles program, BLW was the most prominent Christian broadcasting channel in Africa. They stopped airing the program in the month of May 2004 when the then President of Nigeria – President Olusegun Obasanjo announced that churches should cease airing miracles on television.

    Pastor Chris’s Ministry comprises four distinct parts that include publishing ministry (healing ministry) and television ministry (teaching ministry) and healing ministry (publishing ministry). These are the ministries he used to create the healing school, the setting for miracles, as well as the global prayer network of Pastor Chris.

    Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International

    Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)

    The Future Africa Leaders Foundation (FALF) is an initiative designed to help develop and enhance the leadership potentials Africans. The foundation recognizes and supports youngsters Africans who have displayed exemplary leadership by impacting their generation positively. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Chris Oyakhilome Family This is accomplished by educating, empowerment of youth as well as mentoring.

    The foundation recognizes the achievements of these young leaders through an award ceremonycalled The Future African Leaders’ Awards. This ceremony is held at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena(LCA) Billings Way Oregun Ikeja. The award is presented to the winners by the President of BLW – Reverend Chris Oyakhilome.

    The InnerCity Mission For Children

    The InnerCity Mission is a faith-based nongovernmental Organisation (NGO). In 2005 the organization was founded to help the poor, orphaned, and vulnerable children living in the poverty of their homes.

    Children who are homeless are assisted by the foundation with participatory interventions, which include strengthening family programmes as also child development programmes.

    Trauma Care International Foundation

    The Trauma Care International Foundation was established to improve the health and quality of life of communities and countries through the promotion of improved emergency response services in the event of accidents and other emergencies. The foundation’s goal is to achieve this goal through community-based programs, advocacy, health education and advocacy. It also supports national policies regarding trauma care.

    Over a thousand hours of training for emergency safety and security were given by the foundation. Their records show that they have been able to train thousands of students, teachers and law enforcement officers, caregivers and road transporters.

    Volunteer Medical Corps

    The Volunteer Medical Corps (christian medical outreach) is a worldwide church that provides medical and aid to those who are internally displaced or have been forced to flee regions affected by natural or manmade catastrophes.

    This outreach includes a network consisting of paramedics Christian health workers, and students from all over the world. They provide medical assistance, relief assistance and healthy solutions for health to communities and regions in crisis.

    VMC also provides health services to underserved communities and also provides manpower training to local health workers. VMC outreach welcomes all with the primary goal to improve health and humanitarian help for the poor.

    Chris Oyakhilome Bible For All Nation (BFAM).

    Bible For All Mission (BFAM), a christian group, is committed to making, producing, and global distribution of Bibles for everyone. It is available in any language or format they know about. Outreach helps people understand the Bible while also allowing them to be impacted by the life-changing messages from Jesus Christ.

    BFAM has provided hundreds of thousands of free copies of Rhapsody Bible in communities, prisons, hospitals and other institutions across the globe which includes South Africa, Nigeria, Gambia and Ghana. Due to the strong, knitted network of Bible volunteer sponsors across the globe this project was made feasible.