Chris Oyakhilome. Biography and Philanthropy of the President Of Christ Embassy Church

Chris Oyakhilome is an Nigerian pastor, TV host, as well as a writer. He is President of Believers’ loveWorld Incorporated, as well as known as Christ Embassy International.

Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was born on 7 th of December 1973 to Mr and Mrs Tim Oyakhilome, as the first child of the family. He was a pupil at the secondary and primary school. He then went to Ambrose Alli University (AAU) in Ekpoma, Edo State of Nigeria in which he earned a BSc. in Architecture.

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

Chris Oyakhilome Ministries
While still enrolled at AAU, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome began to get involved in ministry. The Believers’ LoveWorld fellowship currently Believers LoveWorld Incorporated, was at the time called Youths For Christ.

YFC grew, and it became the biggest campus organization. Chris Oyakhilome Family Oyakhilome In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is the church’s main office. Believer’s LoveWorld is a global ministry that has millions and associates around the world.

Through the”Atmosphere for Miracles” series, BLW became Africa’s most popular Christian ministry through television. They stopped airing it in May of 2004 after the president Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria announced that churches should cease airing miracles.

The ministry of Pastor Chris is split into four distinct areas including publishing ministry, healing ministry, television ministry, teaching ministry and television ministry. It is from those ministries that he culled out his healing school, environment for miracles, and Pastor Chris live global prayer network.

Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International
Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF)
The Future Africa Leaders Foundation is an initiative created to explore and expand the leadership capabilities of Africans. The foundation honors, acknowledges and encourages young Africans who demonstrate leadership by positively influencing their generation. They do this through education, mentoring youngsters and encouraging youth empowerment.

The foundation recognizes the young leaders with an award ceremony known as 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. Winners are presented with an award by Reverend Chris Oyakhilome (President of BLW).

The InnerCity Mission For Children

The InnerCity Mission for Children is an evangelical non-governmental Organisation (NGO). The organization was founded in 2005 with the intention to help vulnerable, weak orphaned kids around the world.

These children and their communities benefit from the foundation’s sustainable and participatory interventions. These include child care programmes including child development programmes, as well as strengthening of families.

Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma Care International Foundation was created to improve the health and lifespan of the local community and nation through the promotion of improved emergency response services for accidents and other emergencies. Chris Oyakhilome Family The foundation is positioned to support national policies concerning trauma care through advocacy, community-based health programs, health education, and advocacy.

The foundation has provided more than a thousand first aid safety, emergency response courses. They have also trained thousands of teachers, law enforcement officers and caregivers, as well as road transport workers. Volunteer Medical Corps
The Volunteer Medical Corps is an international medical outreach for christians. It provides relief materials as well as medical assistance and also education to refugees as well as internally displaced individuals in the affected areas.

This outreach includes a network made up of paramedics, Christian health workers as well as students from all across the globe. These volunteers provide assistance with emergencies, and viable health solutions for those in need.

VMC also provides health services to communities unserved, as well as training for local doctors. VMC outreach welcomes all who have a primary purpose to improve health and humanitarian help for the poor.

Bible For All Nation (BFAM)
Bible For All Mission (BFAM) is a non-profit christian organisation, which is dedicated to the creation, production and global distribution of the Bible to all individuals of all ages and genders in the language and format they can comprehend. Through this they can be able to hear God’s Word, and receive the life-changing message.

BFAM provided many thousands of Rhapsody Bibles to people as well as prisons, communities, government and private institutions around the world. This includes the Philippines, Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria. Through a global network of bible donors and volunteers, the outreach was made possible.