The fourth edition of the annual Global Ministers’ Classroom with Pastor Chris is scheduled for Friday, April 29th at 2 PM GMT+1, where pastors, teachers, prophets, youth pastors, apostles, evangelists, missionaries and all people of the gospel all around the globe are invited.
You can register for the free event on the website of the International School of Ministry, the organizer of the program.
There, you can also register your church to be a classroom, where other ministers can join you on-site to participate in the program and online as a part of your virtual classroom.
The Global Ministers’ Classroom with Pastor Chris will be an online 24-hour exclusive opportunity to be tutored by the famous Nigerian pastor himself.
At the event, the pastor will speak about soul winning, among other subjects.
“As you win souls, you are promoted in the spirit, and the Spirit of God increases His grace and glory upon your life to do more. So, let us do the work of the Father; soul-winning,” the pastor has previously said.
Participants can also expect:
- Increased focus on the mission and purpose of the church
- Strategic insight for the end-time harvest
- Networking with millions of ministers of the gospel from around the world
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Imparts Knowledge through the Global Ministers’ Classroom
The organizer of the Global Ministers’ Classroom with Pastor Chris, the International School of Ministry, is part of the Christ Embassy church, which the pastor founded in 1987.
The International School of Ministry offers a unique spiritual and academic opportunity to be trained up and equipped as a minister of the gospel.
The vision of the ministry is teaching, demonstration and impartation. The goal is to teach the realities of God’s word and empower the students to carry the message of eternal life in Jesus Christ to their world with great demonstrations of the miraculous power of God.
Following previous editions of the Global Ministers’ Classroom with Pastor Chris, ministers have found themselves teaching the word of God with greater conviction and accurate knowledge, demonstrating the character of the spirit, healing the sick, casting out devils and imparting others with the same grace.
Inspiring others is essential, according to the Christ Embassy founder.
“If you inspire one minister, you are inspiring hundreds and hundreds, thousands and millions of people. Every single minister is so important so let us do our best for the Lord,” he said in the past.
Over 40 Million Ministers Joined Pastor Chris Oyakhilome for Global Ministers’ Classroom
Ministers of the gospel from all around the world have testified to having their lives and ministries unequivocally transformed as a result of previous editions of the Global Ministers’ Classroom with Pastor Chris.
The event takes place online and offers a platform for ministers to avail themselves of the same rich curriculum and program content from any location in the world.
Last year witnessed a record-breaking participation of over 40 million people worldwide.
The Coordinator of the International School of Ministry, Pastor Princess Nkoyo, explained in a public address last year that the event “will equip and empower participants to become missionaries of the gospel and reach out to their various communities. There is a need for people globally to be equipped and strengthened for especially the hard times as this where the world battles with issues like violence, insecurity and the pandemic.”
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome: “God Will Change Your Life”
At the opening of last year’s program, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome welcomed the participating ministers from every part of the world.
He urged them to pay attention and participate fully in all the sessions.
“From participating in this program, God will change your life and thinking processes because He loves you. He needs you, and His plan is to reach and bless others through you,” the pastor told the ministers.
Teaching on the truth of God’s word, the man of God stated that truth is spiritual while facts are worldly.
“Facts are pieces of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred, but the truth is conformity to reality,” Pastor Chris Oyakhilome underlined.
Several ministers of the gospel from different nations of the world, including the United States of America, South Africa, Canada, Nigeria, the United Kingdom and Germany, took turns to exhort and lead in various sessions of prayers.