The annual International Pastors’ and Partners’ Conference (IPPC) is officially in session. The week-long event takes place from today, November 12th to the 18th, at the LoveWorld Convocation Area in Lagos, Nigeria.
Christ Embassy‘s delegates from around the world are flowing into the IPPC arena at this very moment as they embark on a week-long informative, religious and holy journey, all dedicated to the Christ Embassy mission and their many initiatives.
The first session of the International Pastors Conference began today at 8:00am. The day kicked off with the melodious BLW Anthem as delegates got ready for a “supernatural time of upgrade at the Opening Session.” Esteemed Pastor Moses Olayemi (Zonal Pastor – CE Benin Zone 1) gave the opening session of ITPLC 2018.
Pastor Vale Odu-Thomas shared his thoughts on the fundamental principles for sustainable cell growth.
Every year the IPPC celebrates, promotes and discusses all of Christ Embassy’s many humanitarian and cultural accomplishments. The week-long mega-event contains a series of outstanding and spiritual conferences, all of them part of the many Christ Embassy branches. These conferences include the International Pastors’ Conference, International Partners’ Conference, International Teens Pastors and Leaders Conference (ITPLC), Translators’ Network International Conference (TNIC), Loveworld Exhibition, International Media Connectors’ Conference (IMCC), Loveworld Archives, Loveworld Awards and the Loveworld International Music and Arts Awards (LIMA).
There are many more notable IPPC events as well as a number of memorable sermons and performances. Last year’s IPPC, Rev. Tom Amenkhienan gave a particularly moving address to the thousands of attendees. Amenkhienan expressed the importance being kingdom minded and told the crowds “as a Christian, until and unless you know you’re in a kingdom, you may not enjoy your Christianity. Unless you’re born again, you cannot enter the kingdom of God. We’re in the kingdom of God now. He’s chosen us out of the world. We’re not of this cosmos”. Participants were reportedly seen “relishing the uplifting words”.