Chris Oyakhilome. Biography and the philanthropy of the president of Christ Embassy Church

Chris Oyakhilome is an Nigerian pastor, TV host, as well as a writer. He is the President and CEO of Believers’LoveWorld Incorporated which is which is also called Christ Embassy International.

Chris Oyakhilome Background
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (or Chris Oyakhilome) was born on December 7, 1973 and was the son of Tim Oyakhilome as the first child. He attended secondary and primary school. After that, he went to Ambrose Alli University (AAU) in Ekpoma, Edo State of Nigeria and graduated with an BSc. in Architecture.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Oyakhilome AAU also presented him with an honorary Doctor of Science award. He has also been awarded an honorary doctorate from Benson Idahosa University in divinity. The Reverend Chris was before married to Anita Obhodaghe. They have two children.

Chris Oyakhilome’s ministry
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome started his journey in ministry while at AAU. The Believers’ LoveWorld Fellowship which is now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated, was at that time known as Youths For Christ.

YFC grew, and it was the largest college organization. In 1989, Pastor Chris established Believers LoveWorld Incorporated (BLW), alongside Christ Embassy. Lagos is home to the church’s headquarters. Believer’s LoveWorld is a worldwide ministry that has millions and associates around the world.

Through the 2002 environment for the miracles program, BLW rose to prominence as an Christian ministry on TV in Africa. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome The show was cancelled in the month of May, 2004 by President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo who declared that the churches would cease broadcasting miracles on television.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Pastor Chris’s Ministry is divided into four parts including healing ministry, publishing ministry teaching ministry and television ministry. He derived the healing school, the atmosphere 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 is an initiative set up to investigate and enhance the leadership capabilities of Africans. The foundation assists young Africans who show leadership and have positive effects on their generation. It does this by educating, empowerment of youth as well as mentoring.

The foundation honours these young leaders through an award ceremony dubbed The Future Africa Leaders’ Award. It is held on the first day of each New Year at the LoveWorld Convocation Arena, (LCA), Billings Way Oregun, Ikeja. The President of BLW the Reverend Chris Oyakhilome, presents the award to the winners.

The InnerCity Mission For Children

The InnerCity Mission to children is a religious-based nongovernmental Organisation. The organization was established in 2005 in order to help the poorest, most vulnerable, orphaned, and least fortunate children of the world..

Through participatory and sustainable programs The foundation aids families and children who are in need. This includes children’s development programs, including childcare, strengthening family programmes, and InnerCity Mission for Children School.

Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma Care International Foundation was created to improve the quality of life and overall health of communities as well as nations through promoting improved emergency response for incidents and emergency situations. The foundation is positioned to support national policies concerning trauma care by promoting community-based health programs, health education, and advocacy.

More than a thousand people have received first aid, safety and emergency response training through the foundation. They are credited with educating over 1,000 schoolchildren police officers, as well as teachers, caregivers and road traffic officers.

Volunteer Medical Corps (VMC)
The Volunteer Medical Corps (christian medical outreach) is a world-wide christian organization that provides medical aid and assistance to people who are internally displaced or refugees from regions that are affected by man-made or natural disasters.

This outreach consists of a network consisting of paramedics religious health professionals and students from all across the globe. The volunteers offer medical treatment emergency assistance, as well as healthy solutions for health to regions and communities who are in crisis.

VMC also provides health services to communities that are not served as well as training for local health professionals. VMC accepts all individuals whose primary goal is to improve the health of people and to provide aid to those in greatest need.

Bible For All Nation (BFAM).
Bible For All Mission (BFAM), a christian group, is committed to developing, producing and global distribution of bibles for all ages. The Bible is available in every language and format that they know about. Outreach assists people in learning God’s Word and also allows people to receive the life-changing message from Jesus Christ.

BFAM distributed hundreds of thousands of Rhapsody Bibles to people as well as prisons, communities, government and private institutions across the world. It includes Philippines, Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria. Through the worldwide network of Bible donors and volunteers, the outreach was made possible.