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Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. is an American televangelist, pastor, and the founder of the non-denominational World Changers Church International based in College Park, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. Dollar also heads the Creflo Dollar Ministerial Association (formerly called International Covenant Ministries), Creflo Dollar Ministries, and Arrow Records.

Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. was born January 28, 1962, in College Park, Georgia, United States of America, to a police officer, Creflo Augustus Dollar, Sr. (1936-1993) and Mrs. Dollar. As a child, he attended the Baptist Church School, and is a 1984 graduate from the West Georgia College in Carrollton, Georgia, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in education.

It was after that, he decided to start his own business and started with the development of World Changers Ministries Christian Center.

He also has an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Oral Roberts University (1998)

Dollar began developing World Changers Ministries Christian Center in 1986. He held the church’s first worship service in the cafeteria of an elementary school in College Park, with eight people in attendance. He later renamed the ministry as World Changers Church International (WCCI), and the congregation moved from the cafeteria to a dedicated chapel. Four services were held each Sunday, and Creflo added a weekly radio broadcast. On December 24, 1995, WCCI moved into its present location, the 8,500-seat facility known as the World Dome.

Creflo Dollar Jr. is married to Pastor Taffi Dollar, and the marriage is blessed with five children, Gregory Dollar (Son), Jordan Dollar (Daughter), Jeremy Dollar (Son), Alexandria Dollar (Daughter) and Lauren Dollar (Daughter). The family lives in Atlanta.

Bishop Basil C. Edohasim was called into the ministry in 1973, after his miraculous recovery from a critical case that the doctors at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Enugu passed their verdict that he would not survive from the ailment, seeing that his liver had been severely damaged in the process. Bishop Edohasim refused to believe the report of man, but held on to the Word of God, believing that he would not die, but live to declare the works of God to his generation. God honoured his faith.

He got to know about the New Covenant Bible School, which is now All Nation For Christ Bible Institute, founded by Archbishop Benson Idahosa, who eventually became his mentor in the ministry. In 1973, he was admitted in the Bible School where he underwent a four-month intensive Bible Study. At the completion of his Bible School training he was charged to go and prove his ministry in any part of the world. By divine direction, Bishop Edohasim moved down to his hometown Ikembara, to start a church which turned out to be the first ever branch of Church of God Mission International in the Eastern part of the country.

He has established many branched of Church of God Mission in different parts of the country and has also taken the gospel beyond the shores of Nigeria. He has raised men and women of God now bishops, pastors and teachers in CGMi and other ministries.

In 1994 he was consecrated a bishop by Archbishop Benson Idahosa. He is currently the longest serving bishop of Church of God Mission International.

In recognition of what God is doing in him and with him, he has received many awards from many Christian and secular organizations. Currently, he is a member of the Board of Trustees, Church of God Mission International; Chairman, Disciplinary Committee of Church of God Mission International Ministers; SAC member of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Abia State; Chairman, Aba Ministerial Elders Council among other offices.

Bishop B.C Edohasim got married to Rev (Mrs.) B.N Edohasim in April, 1976, and the marriage is blessed with seven surviving children and many grandchildren.

Bishop B.C Edohasim has, touched many lives within his community and bishopric. He has been used by God as an apostle of peace, as can be testified by everyone who has had the privilege of working with him. He has taken the gospel, to different parts – of the world. In his years of active service in the ministry, he enjoyed a healthy and cordial working relationship with his co-ministers and the members of his church. Indeed, the life of Bishop Basil Chinagorom Edohasim is a chronicle of God’s faithfulness and the testimonies of a man who yielded his all for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.

Bishop Francis Wale Oke is the President, Sword of the Spirit Ministry, Ibadan and the presiding Bishop of Christ Life Church, worldwide. He is also the national Vice-President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) in South West.
Born 8 September 1956 in Kasumu village, Oyo State Nigeria, Francis spent the first 11 years there, before coming to Ibadan where he went to Wesley Teachers’ College, then later the polytechnic and gained admission to the University of Lagos.

He studied Land and Engineering Survey; it was while in the university that he heard the call of God and got connected to Pastor E. A. Adeboye, Pastor Kumuyi, Archbishop Benson Idahosa, Bishop David Oyedepo.
Bishop Francis is the convener of the annual Holy Ghost Convention in Ibadan since 1983 and The Nigeria Turning Point Prayer Movement in Abuja since 2003.
He is the host of “The Voice of the Lord” broadcast on radio and TV and author of many bestsellers including Alone with God, The Precious Blood of Jesus and Go Forward.

The Ministry of Bishop Francis Wale Oke is known around the world with a testimony of over 33 years of great impact.
His ministry has taken him around the globe preaching and teaching the word of God with miracles, signs, and wonders following in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Bishop Wale Oke is married to Victoria Tokunbo Oke and they are blessed with lovely children