Published on July 13th, 2020 | by Gabriele Adbbe0
New “Your LoveWorld” prayer week starts today
The famous “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” prayer weeks continue in the Month of Productivity, as Pastor Chris Oyakhilome kicks off a new prayer series today, Monday, July 13th.
This phase is available for live streaming on all LoveWorld networks every day at 7 PM GMT+1 until Sunday, July 19th where the prayer week ends.
It is the second phase of Chris Oyakhilome’s second season of “Your LoveWorld” prayer series.
Since March, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and the Christ Embassy community has been praying almost nonstop.
Following the successful broadcast, the Christ Embassy leader announced a prayer week, which as been extended time and time again since then.
Helping people in need
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has been helping people in dire need, as the coronavirus has further impoverished thousands of people who were already living in poverty.
People and pastors all over the world have received Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s food relief packages, containing food, Christ Embassy books and other necessities.
So far, more than 11,000 ministers in 34 countries have gotten the food relief packages. Those countries include the UK, Canada and Nigeria.
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome presented the initiative to help ministers during his “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” broadcast on May 23rd.
“There are pastors who are impoverished by this situation. This crisis. There is no way that you can know all of them, but some of them were brought into very desperate circumstances. They have no food, no money, nothing! This week, I want us to do something if we can find them, if we can get to know who and where they are,” Chris Oyakhilome said during the show.
Furthermore, he stated that it was an instruction of the spirit of God to initiate the project.
Ministers are expecting miracles
During the live sermon in May, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome explained that the ministers who are longing for help are praying for and expecting miracles.
“God expects us to be the answer to their prayers,” the Pastor added.
You too can help even more ministers of the Gospel by visiting icm.ngo/pastorsrelief and nominating a pastor who needs a relief package. You can also sponsor this initiative by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.