WNCC March Update

MONTHLY REPORT FOR MARCH 2018 STUDENTS RESUMPTION AFTER THE MID-TERM BREAK We are eternally grateful to God for seeing us through the first half of the semester and bringing the students together to commence the final semester. They went on a week break and they are back. The photo showcase the firsts chapel session on campus after resumption.   SOUL WINNING OUTREACH We are thankful to God for the successful outing during the Campaign for Christ that took place at mile six on the 22nd of March of 2018 (A mile away from the school) students, staff, church members, visitor and church members converged at the scene to which film show was display to showcase what we intend to teach. The message centers on God’s plan of salvation, life’s were torched and this exercise affords us opportunity to have a working relationship with neighboring congregation and about 86 participants were in attendance in all.  The highlight of this event was the introduction of the Gospel Chariot which was insightful and inspiring for such outing. We give glory to God for this exercise and having a fruitful outing. CANDLE NIGHT   It is the tradition of the school to send forth the students few days before their campaign for Christ. The candle night proceeds these activities that just like the student burnt their midnight candle to achieve academic excellence; the candles lit […]


CAMPAIGN FOR CHRIST AT OSIELE The school partnered with the church of Christ located at Osiele, about 20 miles away from the school for the campaign. Both students and staff members were involved in this exercise as the outreach was conducted in collaboration with above mentioned congregation. In this gathering, over hundred persons were in attendance at the event and it afforded us the opportunity to showcase a video on the subject of “Man is lost in sin”. We are thankful to each participant present at the event. The program was staged for about 3 hours. Souls were reached as responses were given to questions raised by prospects. We give glory to God for this wonderful outing. WEEKEND EVANGELISM/OUTREACH The students were engaged in an outreach to the prison (Prison ministry) as inmates were encouraged and counselled. Both male and female cells were visited and the outcome of this exercise was encouraging. The hospital ministry was not left out as some students’ visited the Federal and State Medical Centers. Patients were prayed for, encouraged and counselled. The students were able to visit the children emergency ward, surgical ward, accident ward, pediatric, male and female wards. Tracts were also distributed. To God be the glory. STUDENTS WAREFARE WNCC students were supported with two bags of rice and creates of eggs as supplement to what they have on ground. The students were […]

February Evangelism Report

The staff and students of N.C.B.C are very active in evangelism. They continue to keep the mandate “Go ye” into all the world and preach the Gospel” and Jesus the master who promised to be with us always is blessing our efforts with great successes.   The college sponsored three management staff to attend the Great Workshop 2018 at Abakaliki Ebonyi State February 6 – 9, 2018. The theme of the workshop was “Repositioning the Church for His Coming” Over 700 ministers and WBS follow-up workers attended. It is remarkable to mention that more than 70% of attendance were N.C.B.C graduates. Every evening, I held meetings with them and encouraged them to visit their alma mater during seminars and lectureships and also find ways they can support the college. They submitted the contact addresses and promised to help accordingly. During the house to house evangelism outing, seven people were baptized including a Pastor from the Living Christian Ministries.   One important development during the workshop was the presentation of the Gospel Chariot which will assist in evangelism. The Chariot contain generator, public address system, tent which can accommodate more than three hundred (300) people, baptistery, sleeping mattresses and lot more. I will apply for the Gospel Chariot to be used during N.C.B.C Lectureship in August, 2018.   In the same spirit, Uyai Joshua has done a lot of preaching and benevolence […]

Founder’s Day Celebration

REPORT ON N.C.B.C 65TH FOUNDERS’ DAY CELEBRATION AND LAUNCHING OF SKILLS ACQUISITION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE The Nigerian Christian Bible College, Ukpom Abak celebrated her 65th Founders’ day on Saturday 3rd February 2018 and also used the occasion to raise funds for her skills Acquisition and Vocational training centre. The celebration was jointly chaired by Obong J.J. Akpan, a retired auditor in Akwa Ibom State civil service and Dr Joshua Esang, an illustrious son of Ukpom based in Los Angeles California, USA. Dr. Chad Wagner, the president of African Christian Schools Foundation, Nashville Tennessee was our special guest of honour. Prince Ifiok Inuenekpo represented the Deputy Governor Mr. Moses Ekpo while Mr. Edet Williams represented RT. Hon. Ekomabasi Akpan, the Executive Chairman of Ibiono Ibom L.G.A.   Professor Anietie Moses of the Department of Micro Biology University of Uyo, Teaching Hospital delivered the key note lecture on Christian Education, prospects and challenges. Welcoming the mammoth crowd, the president of the college Mr. Goodnews Peter highlighted the achievements of the college for the past sixty five years to include full accreditation of N.C.B.C by the national university commission NUC to run BA & BAED, Religious Education, increased in students population, training and equipping more than 5,000 preachers and send them out to various congregations for Christian service.   The new president of African Christian schools Foundation Dr Chad Wagner unfolded his plans for N.C.B.C […]

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WNCC January 2018 Report

                                       MONTHLY REPORT FOR JANUARY 2018 STUDENTS RESUMPTION We are eternally Grateful to God for allowing us see the new year. The students went on break last year December 2017 and are back to commence another semester (2nd semester) to round up for the session. Classes have commenced since the 6th of January and lecturers have set the ball rolling. We thank God for the safe trip. ENVIROMENTAL SANITATION/LECTURE FREE DAY It is the custom of the school to declare every Friday as a lecture free day, it is a day in which students gathered together to exercise the saying that “Cleanness is Next to Godliness”. With this, students are asked to come out of their Dorms to observe environment sanitation. We are grateful to God for this continuous exercise of make sure our environment is kept clean. WEEKEND EVANGELISM/OUTREACH The students were engaged in an outreach to the prison (Prison ministry) as inmates were encouraged and  counseled. Both male and female cells were visited and the outcome of this exercise was encouraging. The hospital ministry was not left out as some students’ visited the Federal and State Medical Centers. Patients were prayed for, encouraged and counseled. The students were able to visit the surgical, pediatric, male and female wards, tracts were also distributed. VOCATIONAL TRAINING We are grateful to God for the sales of our catfish from […]

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