Published on January 9th, 2022 | by Alberto Krinsky0
“Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” returns this Wednesday
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” prayer series is set to return to the screen from Wednesday, January 12th to Friday, January 14th.
The show will air on all LoveWorld tv channels and digital platforms, such as LoveWorld SAT, every day at 7 PM GMT+1.
The new round of “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” is the first phase of the fifth season of the show.
The most recent phase ran at the end of November.
“Thank you, Lord. Thank you for your grace. Thank you for your kindness. Thank you for the Holy Spirit who lives in us. Thank you for teaching us the word of God. Thank you for helping us know your will, for helping us understand the things in the kingdom of God,” the pastor said in November.
Pastor Chris’ response to COVID-19
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome initiated the prayer series in the spring of 2020 after his first Global Day of Prayer.
The Global Day of Prayer was his and Pastor Benny Hinn’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which had just started spreading around the world at the time.
Since then, LoveWorld members have testified to how the “Your LoveWorld with Pastor Chris” series has become a place of comfort for them during the pandemic.
That goes for Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s many Global Days of Prayer as well.
Almost two years of Global Days of Prayer
The Christ Embassy leader’s most recent Global Day of Prayer was at the beginning of December. It followed his prayer day in September.
“As many of you would remember, we started this in March 2020. 27th of March… We began leading in prayer, and Pastor Benny Hinn and I led that particular session. We began this journey of prayer as the Lord was leading us, and I shared a lot of things with you about the day in which we are living,” Pastor Chris Oyakhilome said in September.
“I showed you from the scriptures what was going on and how to respond to effect changes. I told you what the plan was. I told you about the plans of the wicked one. I told you that Satan was behind his evil work. The work of darkness,” he added.
Pastor Chris: “We subdue to nations”
At the Global Day of Prayer in September, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome also talked about the Lord making us conquerors.
“Your name is exhorted above all. You are exhorted above all… Because you are greater than all. Thank you for making us your own. Thank you that we belong to you. Thank you for giving us your spirit. Thank you. You have made us more than conquerors, and you conquered the whole world for us,” he said.
“You gave us the victory. And now, in your mighty name, we subdue to nations. We subdue to nations. We subdue to evil spirits of darkness. We subdue them. We silence them by the authority of the name of the Lord, Jesus. We subdue them,” the pastor added.
The event also featured sermons by Rev. Tom Amenkhienan, Pastor Benny Hinn, Pastor Kay Adesina and Pastor Deola Phillips.
Pastor Chris presents the theme of 2022
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome hosts multiple events every month. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the programs have been moved online.
However, in December, the pastor held his annual New Year’s Eve Service and the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards (FALA) with a live audience. Viewers could also follow the event from home.
At the New Year’s Eve Service, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome presented the theme of 2022, as he names every year.
“2022 is the ‘Year of the Gathering Clouds.’ The clouds are gathering. This is the year for these gathering clouds to fulfill their purpose. You know, in these you have several gathering clouds. But my plan tonight is to tell you about the most important gathering clouds,” he explained and continued:
“There are gathering clouds of evil, I must say, and the Bible speaks of them. Gathering clouds of unrest. Gathering clouds of wickedness. Gathering clouds of war.”
African leaders took home thousands of dollars
The Future Africa Leaders’ Awards (FALA), which took place on the same night, is an award show organized by the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF).
It celebrates young Africans who have made significant impacts in their local communities over the past year.
At the 2021 event, Prisca Torboal from Chad, Emmanuel Gyan from Ghana, Anna Maneno Michael Milla from South Sudan, Isaac Bitrus from Nigeria, Zulu Destiny from Zambia, Manzi Guevara from Rwanda, Deo-Gratis Meyou from Benin, Kibaba Hillary from Kenya and Aguidi Cesar from Togo received $10,000 for their contributions in 2021.
The big prize was won by Nervis Nzometiah Tetsop, a community builder and technology innovator from Cameroon.
He became the Star Award Winner and took home $25,000 to help him impact even more youngsters in the future.