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Mugs, Muffins & More is an open house event that allows us to thank you for your support of African Christian Schools in 2018. Feel free to come and go. Training the next generation of church leaders is the priority in which the church should focus their efforts — and the Lord is blessing our efforts! WHEN:      Saturday, December 8th WHERE: Church of Christ at Green Hills Formerly Granny White Church of Christ Tea Room 8:30-10:00 am RSVP to acsf1959@gmail.com or call (615) 542-6282 **Please share this announcement with your congregations and invite others to this interesting event.**

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I’d like you to meet some GREAT people!

Let me introduce you to two individuals who are doing great work for the Lord by using the training received at ACSF schools.

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Baptisms at Recent Student-led Campaign

On Friday November 2nd 2018, forty-three NCBC students left the campus for evangelism to Oniong Iman, Etinan under the leadership of Sunday Nelson, a final year student. He went and borrowed a bus from the Nigerian Christian Institute Uyo and NCBC paid for the cost of the fuel. They worked with a young congregation of 16 members: 7 men, 6 sisters and three children. On Saturday morning November 3, at 5am, they conducted morning devotion. Starting at 9am,  they preached from house to house and later they conducted open air lectures. On Sunday morning, they officiated in the worship service and had two baptisms. The young church there at Oniong Iman Etinan fed 43 N. C. B. C. students for three days and send them back to college happily after church service. The same Sunday Nelson spoke in an evening program at church of Christ Efiat Offot, Uyo on November 4, 2018 and there were three baptisms. Thanks and God bless. Uyai Sunday Joshua    

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Samuel Iheke Nduke, WNCC Alumni Success Story

Samuel Iheke Ndukwe was born November 24, 1981 at Alayi in Bende Local Government Area of Abia State.  He had his primary and secondary education at Ezialayi Community Primary School (1988-1994) and Alayi Secondary Commercial School (1994-2000). He was baptized into Christ on June 26, 2002 in Cotonou, Benin Republic and immediately became passionate about the Truth. Like Samuel, his biblical namesake, his mother had purposed in her heart that if she ever had a son, he would be dedicated to the Lord’s service. After his secondary school education, he was sent to Cotonou to learn a trade under the tutelage of a relation. In Cotonou, he showed unprecedented enthusiasm for things of the Lord which prompted the preacher of the local church (Samson Ekwe) who was a graduate of West Nigeria Christian College, to encourage him to be trained at WNCC.  He got his Diploma in Biblical Studies in 2010 and his Advance Diploma in Christian Ministry in 2011. His love for lost souls and church planting led him to establish a congregation immediately after graduation in April, 2011 at Abomey Calavi in Benin Republic. He nurtured the congregation till December 2012 and left it with more than 30 members when he was invited by the English-speaking congregation in Cotonou to serve as their preacher from December 2012 till June 2017. During this period the church grew from about […]

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High Enrollment/New Opportunities at NCBC

Highest Enrollment in Years at NCBC With the returning students at Nigerian Christian Bible College, combined with the incoming new students, we will have the highest enrollment in years at Nigerian Christian Bible College (NCBC). There are 33 new students starting in August. Combined with the returning students, there is a new total of 127 students at NCBC. To God be the Glory! New Biblical Languages classes being offered at NCBC At NCBC, we realize the importance of understanding basic Bible languages as an effective tool in church growth and development. And as divisive doctrines tend to raise their ugly heads to destroy our collective efforts in evangelism across the country, the college has recently introduced the teaching of Hebrew and Greek languages as a way of building the skills of the new preachers in Biblical interpretation. The teacher is Mr. Ndongesit Effeh.  There is also the hope of adding the French Language into the curriculum soon for preachers who may consider going to French speaking countries around Nigeria and West Africa. NCBC Vocational Efforts At NCBC, efforts are being intensified in the areas of vocational training and farming. Recently, the college began a poultry farm to raise broilers and layers. It is expected that the college will soon have its two hundred layers producing many eggs every day.  Additionally, land has been developed for the planting of plantain and […]

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