I’d like you to meet some GREAT people!

Let me introduce you to two great success stories from Nigeria. First, Usen Ekpo is a 1987 graduate of Nigerian Christian Bible College. While a successful preacher and teacher of the Gospel in Nigeria, he became one of the teachers at NCBC in 2013. Now, he has moved to the United Kingdom in 2017 where he is preaching at the Strafford Church of Christ. NCBC’s influence goes well beyond Nigeria! Brother Ekpo is a good example of the great teaching at NCBC.

Second, let me also introduce you to Samuel Ndukwe. Samuel attended the West Nigeria Christian College in 2009-2011 where he received a Diploma in Biblical Studies and an Advanced Diploma in Christian Ministry. His love for lost souls propelled him to plant churches in the Benin Republic, a nation east of Nigeria and then eventually to Contonou, the country’s largest city. Samuel Ndukwe represents what the Lord has been using WNCC to do for His kingdom in Nigeria, Benin Republic and beyond.

As you can see, the Lord is using both NCBC and WNCC to His glory in evangelism, church planting and leadership development. Currently, NCBC is training 127 students while WNCC is training 85 students. In fact, we are seeing 33% increase in students at both schools this year!  Both schools are shining examples of local leadership and evangelism outreach. Your prayers and support are making this excellent progress possible.

As we bring 2018 to a close, we want to encourage you to consider making a year-end gift to African Christian Schools. With your gift this year-end, we will be able to pay salaries for our teachers and continue providing these services to the church that is having such a world-wide impact. We also have several projects that need funding by years end. We need to raise $80,000 to see these good works continue. Can we count on you to help us reach our year-end goal to keep us operating in the new year?               

May God bless you for your generous hearts and your commitment to training the next generation of church leaders in Nigeria – and beyond!


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