Published on June 2nd, 2020 | by Alberto Krinsky0
Pastor Chris’ special kids’ gift for Children’s Day
May 27th marked the annual Children’s Day in Nigeria, and Pastor Chris Oyakhilome did not let that pass silently.
Instead, the Christ Embassy leader launched a daily confession series for kids called “Super Words with CSO.” Very fitting for Children’s Day, it is Chris Oyakhilome’s daughter Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome, also known as CSO, who is hosting the 14-day confession series.
Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome is just one of several of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s family members who are active in the LoveWorld community.
Will give children a glorious future
For “Super Words with CSO,” Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome will use Pastor Chris’ “Faith’s Proclamations for Kids” book, which is a collection of his classic faith declarations about miracles among other things.
The series has been initiated in order for children from around the world to have the unique opportunity to meditate on and make selected confessions each day.
The LoveWorld community says that the daily dose of God’s infallible Word undoubtedly will build the children up, creating for them a glorious future that is consistent with God’s plans for their lives.
The ministry encourages parents and guardians to guide their children and wards to participate actively in this special feast on God’s Word, as the spiritual well-being of the children primarily is the responsibility of their parents and guardians.
You can join the program here.
All over the world, people celebrate Children’s Day. The United Nations (UN) established a Universal Children’s Day in 1954, which falls on November 20th.
The day was created to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving kids’ welfare.
November 20th is also important because it was on this date in 1959 that the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. In 1989, the Assembly also adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
A lot of countries also have a National Children’s Day, like Nigeria has on May 27th. In the UK it was celebrated on May 17th this year, Germany will on September 20th and Romania did yesterday, on June 1st.