Published on July 22nd, 2020 | by Alberto Krinsky0
“Your LoveWorld” phase 3 begins next week
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s popular “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” prayer weeks continue next week. The Christ Embassy leader has announced a third phase to his second season of daily prayers starting on Monday, July 27th and lasting until Friday, July 31st.
“Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” can be streamed on all LoveWorld networks at 7 PM GMT+1 next week.
The new phase collides with another big event in the LoveWorld community; the Social Media Week, which kicks off on Sunday, July 26th and ends on Saturday, August 1st.
Praying since March
Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, Chris Oyakhilome has been hosting several prayer weeks and Global Days of Prayer.
On March 27th, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Pastor Benny Hinn did a Global Day of Prayer, which was watched by 3 billion people. That was followed by a week of praying and fasting, and it has been extended over and over again. The latest prayer week ended on Sunday, July 19th.
The pastor has not only been praying, though. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, he 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.
“They expect miracles”
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.
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.