Chris Oyakhilome from Nigeria is a pastor, television host, and an author. He is the President of Believers’ World Incorporated which is also called Christ Embassy International.
Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was the first child of the Oyakhilome family and was born on 7 December 1973, to Tim Oyakhilome. After his first and second education, he enrolled in Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma (Edo State), Nigeria, where was awarded a BSc. in Architecture.
AAU has also conferred on him an honorary Doctor of Science. He also holds an honorary doctorate of divinity from Benson Idahosa University. Reverend Chris was once married with Anita Obhodaghe and they have two gorgeous children.
Chris Oyakhilome’s ministry
While still in AAU Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was a student. He began his journey into the ministry while in AAU. At the time the Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship, which is now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated was known as Youths For Christ (YFC).
YFC was able to grow to become the largest campus-based church. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. The church’s headquarters is in Lagos. Believer’s LoveWorld is a global organization that has millions and associates worldwide.
Through its 2002 environment for miracles show, BLW was the most well-known Christian ministry on TV in Africa. They stopped airing the program in May 2004, after the then President of Nigeria- President Olusegun Obasanjo declared that miracles should be ceased by churches.
Chris Oyakhilome Biography Pastor Chris’s Ministry includes four branches: publishing ministry; the healing ministry, television ministry; and teaching ministry. It was from these ministries that he pulled out his healing school, environment for miracles, as well as the Pastor Chris live global prayer network.
Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International
Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)
The Future Africa Leaders Foundation was established to expand and explore the leadership potentials Africans. The foundation identifies, celebrates and supports youngsters Africans who have shown exemplary leadership by impacting their generations positively. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome They accomplish this through education and empowerment of youth .
The foundation recognizes the young leaders with an award ceremony dubbed 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. The winners receive an award by the Reverend Chris Oyakhilome (President of BLW).
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome The InnerCity Mission For Children
The InnerCity Mission for Children is a faith-based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO). In 2005 the NGO was created to help the poor, destitute, orphaned, and vulnerable children of .
This foundation aids these poor children and their communities by offering sustainable and participatory interventions including child development programmes to support family development and childcare programs for innercity missions for children’s schools, as well as other programs.
Trauma Care International Foundation
The Trauma Care International Foundation was created to improve the health status and lifespan of local communities and nations through the promotion of enhanced emergency response capabilities in the event of accidents and other emergencies. The foundation has been established to assist national policies on trauma treatment through advocacy, community-based programs, health education, and advocacy.
The foundation has carried out more than a thousand first aid, safety, and emergency response courses. The foundation has also trained more than 1,000 teachers, law enforcement officers as well as caregivers and road transportation employees.
Volunteer Medical Corps
The Volunteer Medical Corps, a christian medical outreach, is dedicated to providing aid supplies, medical assistance and education to internally displaced persons and refugees in areas affected by man-made and natural catastrophes.
The outreach team includes paramedics, students, and Christian workers from all over the world. These volunteers provide relief aid, medical treatment and sustainable health solutions for residents of communities and areas that are in crisis.
VMC also provides healthcare services to communities that are unserved as well as manpower development for local doctors. Oyakhilome VMC outreach is open to all those with the primary goal to improve health, and also provide humanitarian aid to those in need.
Bible For All Nation (BFAM).
Bible For All Mission is an christian non-profit organisation that is dedicated to the production, distribution, and worldwide distribution of the Bible to all ages and genders in the format and language they comprehend. By doing so they can hear God’s Word and experience his life-changing message.
BFAM has provided thousands of Rhapsody Bibles for free at no cost to those in hospitals, prisons and communities as well as government institutions all over the globe. The countries that have received the Bibles include Nigeria, Gambia Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. Thanks to the robust group of Bible sponsor volunteers worldwide this project was made possible.