BLW Citizens Roll Up Sleeves in Service to Humanity and in Honor of Pastor Chris

The CEO, BLW citizens around the world, execute acts of kindness and service in honor of Pastor Chris.

Yesterday, December 2nd, citizens of the BLW Nation set out in their communities to provide service to humanity in different capacities, in celebration of the upcoming birthday of the man of God, Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome. This annual customary expression of gratitude for the BLW President's global impact is known to be a source of succor to many social services institutions, to the poor and indigent and to inner cities where little help is available.

BLW citizen in the United Kingdom cleaning the streets and giving out free copies of Rhapsody of Realities.

The highly esteemed BLW CEO and Zonal Director of Lagos Zone 5, Pastor Deola Philips, was seen with Pastors from her zone, delivering food items, a truck load of diesel, sanitary ware, a cash gift and several other items to the Lagos State Motherless Babies' Home in Lekki, Lagos.Β 

The highly esteemed CEO and her entourage delivering a truckload of diesel to the Motherless Babies' Home.

The esteemed Campus Ministry Director, Pastor Chike Ume, visited the Oregun Boys' Correctional Facility to minister love to the inmates and staff of the institution. In the company of staff from the Campus Ministry office, he presented gifts, including food items, hygiene materials and more. The team also helped with cleaning the facility. Copies of 'the Power of Your Mind' and other materials were presented to grateful beneficiaries.Β 

The esteemed Campus Ministry Director and staff serving inmates at juvenile correctional facility.

Several other acts of kindness were on display around the world. The LoveWorldTV New Media team went out to clean the streets of East London. Members of the Volunteer Medical Corps in Zimbabwe reached out with gifts to children afflicted with cerebral palsy at Tose Respite Home in Harare. Many cells, groups and individuals throughout the world cleaned up communities, fed the homeless, ministered to the orphaned and much more.Β 

VMC members in Harare visit children afflicted with cerebral palsy.

The parable of the sheep was fulfilled in BLW citizens, and the Lord will say of us as in Matthew 25:35-36, "I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me."

Members of a cell group in Ghana on a visit with gifts to an orphanage, praying for the children.

Experience more in the featured photo gallery below. Stay tuned for more updates from the BLW International Day of Service on LoveWorld News.

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