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Chris Oyakhilome: Biography of the President Of Christ Embassy Church

 Chris Oyakhilome is a Nigerian pastor, TV host as well as an author. He is the president of the Believers' LoveWorld Incorporated, which is also known as Christ Embassy International. Chris Oyakhilome Background Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (or Chris Oyakhilome) was born on the 7th of December 1973, to Tim Oyakhilome as the first child. He completed his primary and secondary education at Ambrose Alli University. After that he graduated with an BSc Architecture. AAU also gave the honorary Doctor of Science Award. He also has an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Benson Idahosa University. Reverend Chris was one time a husband to Anita Obhodaghe. He and her have two beautiful children. Chris Oyakhilome Minister While still studying at AAU Pastor Chris Oyakhilome got involved in ministry. The Believers' LoveWorld fellowship which is now Believers LoveWorld Incorporated, was at the time called Youths For Christ. YFC grew and was the largest church on campus. 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 global ministry with millions upon millions members around the globe is now known as Believers LoveWorld. Through its 2002 atmosphere for miracles show, BLW was the most well-known Christian broadcasting channel in Africa. They stopped airing the programme in the month of May 2004 when the then President of Nigeria - President Olusegun Obasanjo announced that churches should cease airing miracles on TV. The ministry of Pastor Chris is divided into four areas that include publishing ministry, healing ministry, television ministry, teaching ministry and television ministry. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome These are the ministries was used to develop the healing school, the environment for miracles, as well as the global prayer network of Pastor Chris. Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International Future Africa Leaders' Foundation (FALF) The Future Africa Leaders Foundation was established to expand and explore the potential for leadership of Africans. The foundation recognizes, celebrates and assists young Africans who demonstrate leadership through positively impacting the lives of their generation. They do this through education and guiding young people and empowering them. The foundation honors these young leaders by awarding them 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 winners. The InnerCity Mission For Children The InnerCity Mission for children is a faith-based non-governmental Organisation (NGO). In 2005 the NGO was established to help the poor, needy and orphaned children living in the poverty of their homes. The foundation aids these children and their communities by implementing sustainable and participatory interventions which include child development programmes, childcare programmes, family strengthening programmes, InnerCity Mission for Children School and more. Chris Oyakhilome Family Trauma Care International Foundation The TraumaCare International Foundation was established to increase the life expectancy and health of local communities. Chris Oyakhilome The foundation aims to accomplish this feat by educating the public about health advocacy, community-based and other programs while positioning to provide support for national policies regarding trauma care. Over a thousand training sessions for emergency safety and security were provided by the foundation. Their track record indicates that they were able teach hundreds of teachers, students and law enforcement officers, caregivers and road transporters. Volunteer Medical Corps (VMC) The Volunteer Medical Corps (christian medical outreach) is a world-wide Christian organization that offers medical and aid for those internally displaced or are refugees from areas affected by natural or manmade catastrophes. The outreach includes students, paramedics and religious doctors from across the globe. These volunteers provide relief aid, medical treatment and sustainable health solutions for residents of communities and regions which are experiencing crisis. VMC also provides services such as health care to underserved areas and training for health professionals in the local area. VMC outreach is open to all who have a primary purpose to improve health, and also provide humanitarian assistance for those in need. Bible For All Nation (BFAM). Bible For All Mission (BFAM), a christian non-profit organisation is committed to developing production, distribution, and global distribution of the Bible to people of every age and gender in the format and language they understand. The ministry is helping people to understand the Word of God and his life-changing message. BFAM has distributed thousands of Rhapsody Bibles for free for people who are in prisons, hospitals and communities as well as government institutions across the world. The countries that have received the Bibles include Nigeria, Gambia Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. Because of the strong knitted network of Bible sponsors around the world, this outreach was possible.||Pastor Chris Oyakhilome|Chris Oyakhilome Family|Chris Oyakhilome|