Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Pastor Benny Hinn are Uniting the Evangelical World at the World Evangelism Conference in London

A chance to witness international unity as nations joined together in one spirit and voice to grow deeper and stronger in faith, together; Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Pastor Benny Hinn host a conference that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

August 24, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Thousands of international evangelical Christians gathered for the first-ever World Evangelism Conference hosted by world renowned evangelical leaders Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, DSC, DD, President of LoveWorld Inc., and Pastor Benny Hinn, President and Founder of Benny Hinn Ministries. The conference took place in the center of London, selling out the SSE Arena in Wembley over the weekend of August 9th-11th, 2019. With an incredible turnout of 177 countries physically in representation, and many more streaming in from around the world, this event alone hosted a greater international participation than the 2018 Olympic Winter Games that were held in South Korea with only 92 represented nations. In attendance at the conference were globally recognized Church pastors, religious leaders and ministers of the gospel from every walk of life. The entirety of the conference had live translation for over 10 international languages.

Both Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Pastor Benny Hinn, each having a following of millions of people around the world and for several years, have led various services and conferences of this kind together before. This 3-day event was meant to fuel and equip the ministry leaders of this day to share their faith and be world evangelists. Amongst the featured keynote speakers were other internationally renowned evangelical leaders including American Pentecostal Evangelist, Dr. Morris Cerullo who gave an energized prophecy regarding Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and his Nigerian-based ministry.

On the first day of the conference, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome made the statement “By the close of this conference, you will know that we [evangelicals] have taken this world”. Dr. Morris Cerullo, shared the following statement, as believed to be a word from God, on the third and final day of the conference; “I have ordained him to bring a spirit of unity to the ministry that I have raised up in these last days! He will be an instrument to unite the body of Christ”

The conference program offered a variety of teaching sessions, workshops, exhibitions, awards and celebrations, and more. With special birthday congratulations, the daughter of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, Sharon Oyakhilome, was greatly celebrated on stage as thousands of people sang to her and wished her well, including Pastor Benny Hinn and her new husband, Phillip Frimpong.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has been known by the world over the last 30 years as a pastor, teacher, healing minister, television host and best-selling author. He has been honored with a doctorate degree from his alma mater, Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State. This event was sponsored and coordinated by the International School of Ministry, a partner ministry within LoveWorld Inc. If you would like to learn more about the World Evangelism Conference or about the ministry of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, you can find all information at Pastor Chris Online.

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