Christ Embassy members mark Love World International Day of Service

The Loveworld Nation, popularly referred to as Christ Embassy, is organizing this year’s Loveworld International Day Service to honour the founder and leader of the Church, Rev. Dr. Chris Oyakhilome on the occasion of his birthday.

The occasion is used to win souls for Christ while giving meaning to the lives of millions and even billions around the world.

Speaking to Citi News, the Regional Pastor for Christ Embassy in Accra, Pastor Biodun Lawal said: “The Love World International Day of service is an initiative of the Love World Nation to honour the founder and leader of the church Rev. Dr. Chris Oyakhilome for his dedicated service to the word of God on his birthday and also used to win souls for Christ. It was first launched in December 2013 and has been adopted as an annual event.”

“As a people, we have been raised in a culture of service, and we know the value of investing in someone else’s life to the end that they may be saved and the Love World International Day of Service is a God-given opportunity to give someone’s life a meaning,” Pastor Biodun Lawal added.

According to the Regional Pastor, the event will run concurrently in all Christ Embassy churches across the world, including Ghana, from November 30, 2022, to December 7, 2022.

Some follow-up events include community service, cleaning of some streets and gutters within Accra, market and donation of mosquito nets, Free medical check-ups, donation of food items and some toiletries to some orphanages, and ministering the word of God to the world.

“The Love World Day of Service will require us to roll up our sleeves in service and win souls for Christ while discharging service of kindness such as community clean up exercise where members of the church will be required to clean market places, donation of free mosquito nets and some hygiene packs to male and female wards. We will also engage in school clean-up exercise installations of safety gadgets in some schools and the donation of food items to shelter homes,” Pastor Biodun Lawal added.