About Ifeoluwa

Ifeoluwa is a unifying icon of love and peace among all believers in God, ethnic and all human race —Ifeoluwa

The mission is guided by Gods direct revelations and divine instructions, as descended to His living messenger, the light of today, Ifeoluwa, whom the mission is named after.
The mission was founded by Ifeoluwa on God’s instruction in April 18, 1976. The first fellowship center was at Illupeju area of Lagos state, Nigeria, where few foundation members gathered and worshipped God in one accord.In 1977, the headquarters was built at Kelani Street, Dopemu area in Lagos. 

If you love one true God, love your neighbour as yourself, including plants and animals, are selfless , do good deeds, then you are already a follower. —Ifeoluwa

The literal meaning of Ifeoluwa, is 'The Will of God'. The name Chrislam was first coined by Ifeoluwa as an indentity of unity among all believers of God, regardless of religious faith.

Chrislam is formed from the title Christ which translates to 'Savior' and Islam which translates to 'The will of God'. 

Ifeoluwa formally know as Tela Tella, hails from the Western region of Nigeria. He traveled round the world to meet different people and experience different cultures, religions, social beliefs and circuits.

Many miracles have been performed through him to Gods glory; healing of the sick, raising the dead, years of barrenness turned to fruitfulness, healing of cancers, healing of leprosy, the blind made to see, the hopeless, the wretched has become wealthy, jailers released, promotions made possible, family re-unions made possible and many more awesome wonders of God (available in books of wonders of Ifeolwa by Mother General Ekundayo Tella).

A lover of nature; he has many pets; cats, rabbits, horses, peacocks, antelopes, crown cranes, tortoise, eaglets, parrots, pigeons, to mention but a few and of course exotic flowers and trees surround his abode.

He is a comforter, a teacher, a father to all, a role model, and sole ambassador of God in our privileged generation.
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