Ghanaian Chronicle

Christ Embassy Ghana improves lives of youth

Date published: November 9, 2012

By Chris Twum

 

Christ Embassy Ghana, one of the leading charismatic churches in the country, has made additional efforts at improving the lives of the youth, especially pupils of the Senior High Schools (SHS).

The effort is being made by Christ Embassy, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, towards adding supplementary materials in shaping their lives.

The project, dubbed, “Project Life” with the theme “Empowering the Youth,” has been given the approval to proceed on a pilot basis in some selected schools.

The pilot project, which begun a year ago in the Greater Accra, Eastern and Central regions, has received feedback which is of great use and inspiration to the lives of the youth.

The books, which are “Don’t Stop Here, How to make your faith work, and Recreating your world”, have brought great awareness to students on the need to seek true knowledge on who they are, what they can do, and the fact that they can change the circumstances of their lives.

Information gathered from the three regions has indicated great testimonies from schools on increased productivity in most of the students.

Indeed, the books are agents of change, and have had a great impact, and also empowered the future leaders of the entire country.

Believers LoveWorld Inc, aka Christ Embassy, is the ministry of Pastor Chris and Anita Oyakilome.

Through an anointed ministry spanning over 25 years, Pastor, Teacher, Healing Minister, television host and best-selling author, Rev. Chris Oyakilome, has helped millions experience a victorious and purposeful life in God’s world.

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