Christ Embassy to mark 30th Anniversary of BLWI

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The Christ Embassy Church, Ghana would from December 2 to 7 this year mark the existence of Believers Love World International (BLWI) established about some 30 years ago across the globe. This is part of the church’s way of ushering in the Christmas festivities.

The church would also celebrate the Birth Day of the founder and Dean of the Christ Embassy Church International, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.

According to Deaconess Mrs. Sarah Esi Koomson Situ, the anniversary would be replicated by the branches in all other regions of Ghana, with their own lined up activities.

Briefing the media in Accra, she said the gifts the Founder/Dean wants from all his branches across the globe is rendering of service to the vulnerable or less privileged and the needy in the society. She said water will be supplied to areas suffering from continuous acute water shortage, all in honour of Pastor Dr. Chris Oyakhilome.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome showing love to a kid
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome showing love to a kid

Some of the activities to be carried out in the Greater Accra Region starting December 2, 2017 include clean-up exercises; donation of used clothes and footwear to the needy in identified places; donation to orphanages, amongst others.

She further indicated that the various groups in the church would pick and perform a particular activity to make the event a scintillating one.

Other Deaconesses present at the media briefing were Ms. Eunice Larnyo Nartey, Arnold Nana Benyin Ahin, in charge of Protocol at the Christ Embassy Church, Ghana, amongst other dignitaries.

Source: Seyram K. Awuyeh


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