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

Chris Oyakhilome, a Nigerian television host and pastor Chris Oyakhilome, a Nigerian pastor and television host, is the writer. He is president of Believers’ World Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy International.

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

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

Chris Oyakhilome ministry
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome entered into ministry when he was in school at AAU. The Believers LoveWorld Fellowship (now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated) was at that time called Youths For Christ.

YFC grew quickly 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. Believer’s LoveWorld is a worldwide ministry that has millions and associates across the world.

BLW became the most prominent Christian ministry on TV across Africa, through its”Atmosphere for Miracles” program in 2002. The program was canceled in May 2004 when President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria declared that churches should stop broadcasting miracles.

Pastor Chris’s Ministry includes four branches including publishing ministry, healing ministry; television ministry; and teaching ministry. 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 boost the potential of leadership in Africans, was created. The foundation recognizes, celebrates and assists young African leaders who have made an impact on their generation. They do this by educating, youth empowerment, mentoring and mentoring .

The foundation honors the young leaders with an award ceremony named The Next Africa Leaders’ Awards. Held at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena in Billings Way (LCA), Oregun and Ikeja The ceremony is just 5 years old. Oyakhilome The president of BLW the Reverend Chris Oyakhilome, presents the award to the winners.

The InnerCity Mission For Children

The InnerCity Mission for Children is a religious-based non-governmental Organisation (NGO). The NGO was founded in 2005 in order to help the most vulnerable, poorest orphaned, least fortunate children of the world..

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

Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma Care International Foundation was established to increase the health and life expectancy within local communities and across nations. It also promotes improved emergency response in the case of emergencies and accidents. The foundation aims to accomplish this goal through health education, advocacy and community-based initiatives while aiming to provide support for national policies regarding trauma treatment.

More than 1000 courses on first aid, safety and emergency management have been offered by the foundation. They have been credited with training over 1,000 schoolchildren and law enforcement officers as well teachers, caregivers and road traffic personnel.

Volunteer Medical Corps
The Volunteer Medical Corps provides humanitarian aid to refugees and internally displaced persons in nations that have been damaged or are at risk of being devastated by natural or human-made disasters.

The outreach comprises of a group of christian health professionals, paramedics, and students from every Nation. These volunteers provide assistance with emergencies, and sustainable health care solutions for areas in crisis.

VMC also offers services, such as health services to areas in need and education for health workers in the community. VMC outreach is open to all those with a goal to improve health and humanitarian assistance for those in need.

Bible For All Nation
Bible For All Mission is an evangelical, non-profit Christian organization which is committed to the creation, distribution, and distribution worldwide of the Bible for all age groups and genders in a format and language they be able to comprehend. Oyakhilome Outreach helps people understand the Bible while also allowing them to experience the life-changing messages from Jesus Christ.

BFAM has distributed hundreds of thousands of free copies of Rhapsody Bible in communities, hospitals, prisons as well as other institutions across the globe, including South Africa, Nigeria, Gambia and Ghana. The outreach was able to succeed due to a strongly knitted global network of Bible sponsor and volunteers.