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THE PREACHER'S KID



With nearly every street in Lagos state being host to a church, it is safe to assume that the population of Pastor’s Kids in this part of the world is in multitude.

Bonded by similar experiences such as the gory, glory and glamour  of the ministries of their parents, it is important that children of pastors popularly called “Pastor Pikin”, come together to strengthen and nurture each other into worthy representatives of the priesthood of Christ.

On this premise, Levite World Otreach, a non-governmental organization was founded by Grace Atulaegwu, a graduate of Political science and Psychology from the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 
Grace happens to be a “pastor Pikin” and passionately identifies with challenges, struggles and favours that comes with being a Preacher’s kid.

Levite worldOutreach (LWO) equips ministers’ children to live out God’s purpose for their lives and to fulfill his mandate through the transformational message of Grace.

LWO is on a mission to equip, connect and unite the children of ministers for world transformation through seminars, conferences, symposium, colluquims and concerts.

The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017

PKC is an annual gathering of the children of those whose parents are or were in ministry (ministers). This includes the children of General Overseers, ordained pastors, Evangelists, Deacons and Deaconesses, Apostles etc.

The conference is structured to equip, strengthen and challenge “Pastor Pikin” to move beyond the “Status quo” into the fullness of God’s excellent design for their lives.

This year features  seasoned speakers and music ministers  such as

Raymond Okpara
Professionally referred to as the RAYMOND by numerous satisfied clients, Raymond Okpara is a cutting edge highly-sought-after Speaker, Compere, Brand'Chef and proficient Voice-over artiste with a passion for lighting up hearts and events., as well as the Chief Executive Officer of weTHINKalike Communications…a creative intelligence marketing communications company in the heart of lekki Lagos, Nigeria.



The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017

Princess Anne Atulaegwu 
An inspiring personality with a huge passion to see YOU live fulfilled. She is a conference convener, speaker, youth coach, counselor, Mentor and teacher. Anne specializes in birthing God's purpose in the heart of young people, teaching them to nurse their vision and prophetically empowering them to fulfill destiny.
In the past 17 years, she has mentored and raised teens\youths from desolation into amazing destinies. She loves to be with them and throws in her all for their best to manifest. Anne holds Bachelor’s in agricultural Education from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She holds a diploma in ministerial counseling and a bachelor’s degree in theology and Christian Education respectively from Faith College of Arts and Theology (FACAT), Lagos. She is a Chaplain from International institute of pastoral Education and Chaplaincy (IIPEC), Ogun state. She is a certified NLP practitioner and currently training towards certification as a Life Purpose Coach. She is the founder of The Birth Place Foundation; a youth and women focused ministry with the mandate to raise a generation of passionate young people and women who establish God’s purpose in every facet of life throughconferences, seminars and mentoring.
Anne is an author, psalmist, songwriter, poet and a great dancer. Possessing an infectious passion for Christ and love for people, she excellently combines insights from scriptures, neuro-linguistic programming, positive psychology and behavioural science in her practise as a counselor, mentor, coach and teacher.



The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017


Onos Ariyo
ONOS who is a graduate of French and a French translator can best be described as an “OYEL WELL” , worshipper, wife, mother with a voice and personality so irresistible. She is presently a lead vocalist at the House on the Rock church, Lagos. For ONOS, music isn’t just a profession or a hobby, music is her life!!
She is already bringing great dynamism into the music ministry and with her life changing music; she won the BEST FEMALE VOCALIST at the Nigeria Gospel Music Awards 2012 and Crystal Awards 2013.
ONOS recently released her third album titled, “Songs from the place of prayer” with hits like ‘Jehovah Ebenezer’, You are wonderful, Have your way’.
Onos is an inspiring worshipper and her songs are known to create an atmosphere of God’s presence. Not only does she make awesome gospel music, her lyrics which are rich in God’s word and revelation are nothing short of compelling.



The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017


 Vic da praise
Vic da praise holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science. He is an award winning music minister and gifted with the prophetic.
He is a music director, ordained minister and preacher. He is the director of the Exalters Crew, CEO dexaltersnation, president/founder of De ambassadors mass choir, which presently has four branches within Lagos state.
Vic da praise is the  convener of CONFERRAL concert. He has ministered in various states within Nigeria and in other countries such as Ghana, Cameroon, Benin Republic and others.
He has recorded a number of songs, one of which is EBUBEDIKE




The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017


Wilson Emmanuel
Wilson is the president of  Broken Vessels Crew (a music ministry) and  the pastor of Vessels Community Church.







The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017




The 4th Preacher’s Kids Conference (PKC) is scheduled for Saturday, 7th October 2017(10am) and Sunday  8th October 2017 (4pm) at Abundant House of Grace Auditorium, 5 AGBC Avenue off Fasasi Street by Newroad bustop, Olodi Apapa Lagos.

Register Here: LWO2017




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