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

Chris Oyakhilome from Nigeria is a pastor, a TV host, and an author. He is the president of Believers’LoveWorldIncorporated, and is also known as Christ Embassy International.

Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was the first child of the Oyakhilome family, and was born 7 December 1973, to Tim Oyakhilome. He finished his secondary and primary studies at Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Edo State, Nigeria. He graduated with a BSc.

AAU also presented him with an honorary Doctor of Science award. He also has an honorary Doctor of Science from Benson Idahosa University. The Reverend Chris was at one point a man who was married to Anita Obhodaghe. He and she have two wonderful children.

Chris Oyakhilome Chris Oyakhilome Ministry
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome started his ministry career while at AAU. The Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship currently Believers LoveWorld Incorporated, was at that time known as Youths For Christ.

YFC increased in size, and was the largest college organization. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is the location of the headquarters of the church. Chris Oyakhilome Biography The Believer’s LoveWorld has millions of followers and associates across the world.

BLW became the most prominent Christian ministry on TV across Africa through its atmosphere for miracles programme in 2002. The program was cancelled in the month of May, 2004 by the President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo who announced that the churches would stop broadcasting miracles on television.

Pastor Chris’s Ministry is divided into four parts: healing ministry, publishing ministry, teaching ministry and television ministry. These ministries are what he used to create the healing school, the space for miracles, and Pastor Chris’s prayer network worldwide.

Chris Oyakhilome Biography Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International
Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)
The Future Africa Leaders Foundation (FALF) is an initiative designed to enhance and develop the potential of leadership in Africans. The foundation supports young Africans who show leadership and have positive effects on their generation. They do this through education, mentoring young people and empowering them.

The foundation acknowledges the new leaders by presenting them with awards known as The Next African Leaders’ Awards. Held at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena in Billings Way (LCA), Oregun and Ikeja The ceremony is just 5 years old. The President of BLW – Reverend Chris Oyakhilome presents an 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 needy homeless, depressed, orphaned and vulnerable children of .

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

Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma care International Foundation was created to increase the quality of life and health in local communities and nations. It also promotes improved emergency response services in the event of emergencies and accidents. The foundation can accomplish this feat by supporting national policies on trauma care and health education.

More than a thousand people were given first aid as well as emergency response training from the foundation. Chris Oyakhilome Their track record indicates that they were able teach thousands of students, teachers as well as law enforcement personnel caregivers, road transporters.

Volunteer Medical Corps (VMC)
The Volunteer Medical Corps, a Christian medical outreach is committed to providing aid materials as well as medical aid and education to internally displaced persons as well as refugees from areas that have been affected by natural and man-made catastrophes.

The outreach team includes paramedics, students, and Christian workers from all nations. They provide medical assistance, emergency relief and sustainable health solutions to communities and regions that are in need.

Oyakhilome VMC also provides health services to communities underserved and manpower development for doctors in the local area. VMC is open to anyone whose main objective is to improve their health and offer humanitarian assistance to those who are most 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 individuals from all ages and genders in the language and format they can comprehend. The outreach is helping people learn to comprehend God’s Word, and his life-changing message.

BFAM has distributed hundreds of thousands free copies of Rhapsody Bible in communities, prisons, hospitals as well as other institutions across the world and includes South Africa, Nigeria, Gambia and Ghana. This was possible because of a worldwide network of Bible sponsors volunteers, as well as other supporters.