IPPC 2018: Day 3

So much has happened in the first few days, particularly the International Media Connectors’ Conference and the International Teen Pastors’ and Leaders Conference.
In the last few days, the social and digital component of the IPPC – the IMCC has put a major focus on the “future of digital communication.”

The conference was created in order to guide the many delegates from Christ Embassy on how to best “connect to their devotees and followers online.”
Thousands of Christ Embassy’s most distinguished partners were present, including, Pastor Emeka Eze, Pastor Rita Ijomah, Rev. Ray Okocha, Pastor Deola Phillips and many, many more. The highly esteemed Pastor Deola Phillips expressed in her keynote lecture, that media evangelists need to “be the first to believe in digital platforms that promote the Gospel.” Another extremely notable Christ Embassy member, Director of the BLW CGI, Pastor Lanre Alabi  challenged delegates to exercise their innovative ability, saying “you are supposed to bring to birth things that did not exist before but came into being as a result of you.”

Christ Embassy making technological leaps

Also on the program, were many representatives from up and coming digital media companies such as Kingschat , Yookos, Ceflix  and more, gathered to” discuss the future of these growing platforms.”
Of course, being such a blessed IPPC, especially in this year of the supernatural, there have been many more exciting features of the mega annual event.

Thousands of inspired young pastors.

The ‘International Teen Pastors’ and Leaders Conference’ is certainly one of them.  The “first event of this scale for the youth wing of the Believers Loveworld network.”, the conference “brought thousands of young pastors from around the globe to gather on a spiritual journey under the tutelage of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and his team of dignitaries.”

Thousands upon thousands of young pastors find themselves rediscovering the Lord from new perspectives and becoming completely reawakened, all under the tutelage and guidance of the man of God.

These young pastors are exposed to inspiring workshops and sermons by many Christ Embassy partners, namely, Pastor Femi Otenigbagbe, Pastor Pat Bazuaye, Pastor Siji Dara and of course Pastor Deola Phillips, who spoke on ‘effective discipleship’ and ‘raising the next generation of leaders.

More Days of Amazing IPPC Conferences.

The International Pastors’ and Partners’ Conference of 2018 of course has a lot more in store. The mega-event is filled to the brim with many more conferences that exposes Christ Embassy’s many achievements of the past year. These include, the International Pastors’ Conference, International Partners’ Conference, the Translators’ Network International Conference (TNIC), Loveworld Exhibition, Loveworld Archives, Loveworld Awards and the Loveworld International Music, all of which “celebrate the many humanitarian, religious and cultural accomplishments of the Believers LoveWorld network.”

Delegates are “expected to experience a conglomeration of carefully planned super-sessions, workshops, and plenary sessions, music and arts.” From November 12th to 18th, Loveworld leaders and representatives will receive “special teaching from the Word of God and also receive recognition for their good works and wholehearted participation in all the diverse ministry of BLW.”

Some particularly memorable parts from previous years have been the Loveworld Exhibition and the performances of the LIMA Awards. The Loveworld Exhibition is a huge expo that “features an array of presentations, testimonies and activities geared to the advancement of the gospel.”

Musical miracles to come

The LIMA awards celebrate the many musicians of the Christ Embassy ministry. These members have been “instrumental to the success and landmarks of the evangelical work during the course of the year.” The Loveworld Music Ministry is huge contributor to the cultural aspect of the church and is therefore honored with an award ceremony. The IPPC closes the event with the best Gospel musicians of the year.

IPPC has certainly met expectations

It is safe to say that so far, the IPPC has met expectations. In the weeks before the biggest event of the year, the anticipation was very high. During his October Global Communion, Pastor Chris expressed that “this year’s IPPC will be like never before.” Get ready for a time of the Spirit.” This statement stirred up a great deal of excitement in the nation, prompting organizers to even “create additional space in order to fully facilitate everyone

Dipo Poopola from the Nigerian Loveworld Plus talk-show program also conveyed the huge sense of excitement of the biggest conference of the year, saying “I know that I will be absolutely blessed by the teachings of Pastor Chris and I’m ready for it.”
With over 2000 delegates present at the super-event, much more is yet to take place. The IPPC began on the 12th of November and will be running until the 18th of November 2018 at the Loveworld Convocation Arena in Lagos, Nigeria.

For updates and more information on International Pastors ‘and Partners’ Conference of 2018, follow the event on Kingschat 

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