LLEM was founded in 2006 by LoveGod Enyinna. At the young age of 15, LoveGod Enyinna first felt his calling and began his lifelong mission to serve those in need.
Despite his academic degree as a microbiologist and despite having other degrees as well, LoveGod worked as a missionary and traveled to many African countries. His passion for sharing the Word of God, and his belief that the government should be doing more to help its poor, led him to his ministry work. As a minister, he began providing food, clothing, and medical assistance to those in need. Today, LLEM International is a registered non-profit in three countries with offices in the United States, Europe, and Africa.
LLEM International Inc. was first founded in 2006 in the Nigerian city of Aba (population over 1 million), and was first incorporated in 2008. In 2014, LLEM International received incorporation in Sweden and in 2016 it received its incorporation in the U.S. Today, LLEM International is a registered nonprofit in three countries with offices in the United States, Europe, and Africa.
LLEM International is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with offices in the United States, Europe, and Africa, and is guided by a supportive Board of Directors who are all partners in Christ.
Because of the founder's ongoing devotion and dedication to helping the world’s needy, LLEM’s impact has been vast. Here’s a sample of what we’ve been able to accomplish since 2006.
● LLEM's ongoing program, "Educate the Masses," has graduated over 4,000 Nigerian students from its free Bible correspondence course. This program is administered with the support of LLEM's U.S. partner, Lamp & Light Publisher.
● In 2010, LLEM International provided medicine to de-worm 800 children in the Imo State of Nigeria. The success of this initiative led to similar programs being conducted in other Nigerian communities and has benefited over 2,000 Nigerian kids and orphans within the state of Aba, Nigeria.
● In 2016 LLEM successfully hosted a community empowerment conference in South Carolina. (United States). This conference facilitated a major change in the organization. Prior to 2016, LLEM was self-funded by its founder. After the success of the conference, the founder realized the need to engage God’s citizens in his work and to help them see the benefits of ministering. His belief in the kindness of others inspired him to further expand his mission from a self-funded organization to one where others can contribute. Now, LLEM International is ready to grow into a powerful, worldwide Christian service organization.
For more information on LoveGod Enyinna, visit PastorLoveGod.org