Seminar Results!

WORLD BIBLE SCHOOL SEMINARS CONTINUE TO YIELD FRUITFUL RESULTS On Sunday 25th November 2018, we conducted WBS seminar at Church of Christ, Ikot Umo Essien, Essien Udim. During the house to house evangelism, I was taken to meet with a lady who had back-slide for three years because of the death of her three children, she was deceived that if she continue to worship with the Church of Christ, all her family members will die, because the Church of Christ is blind and cannot see vision. She joined Christ Apostolic Church. I had two hours discussion with her and her grown up children. I prayed for them and encouraged them to go back to the Lord’s Church which they promised they will do, I have also directed the people to visit with them and restore them back to the fold. The Church of Christ, Ikot Umoessien had split into two because of poor leadership Dr. M. J. Akpakpan spoke to the two groups to reconcile them. We will visit them again. We enrolled many into WBS programme. This morning November 27, 1 have baptized one soul for Christ after our usual morning prayer. I have studied with her for the past six months. A young man who is a member of the church brought her to me to teach the word of God because he want to marry her but she […]

Great work at WNCC in November

MONTHLY REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 2018 BAPTISM We give praise to God, a soul was added to the kingdom this month. Her name is Tunmise Olowosokedile. She is an ICA student who got baptized. We pray God to continue to uphold her in Jesus Name; Amen. COMMUNICATION AND ART GROUP” The school engages in extracurricular activities such as the a cappella group (Choral group), the Preachers club and the Communication and Art group to further enhance and develop the students and to foster the use of their talents. The picture showcases the communication and art group that stage a drama presentation to the entire community during one of the Gazebo session. The drama session was highly commended by community members because it focuses on our theme for the year. SHOWCASING WNCC MINI CAMPUS (LAWANSON CENTER) We give praise to God for the mini campus at Lawanson. The students had rounded up their examination and have commenced a new session for the 2018/2019 session. The picture shows a cross section of students during their mid-semester examination. We believe that come May next year, some students from the class will graduate. ZONAL ALUMNI MEETINGS The Dean of Alumni recently called for zonal meetings of the alumni to discuss issues that pertains to the progress of each alumnus: where they are, what they are doing presently and how they can contribute their part in […]

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Students Baptized in Abak

EVANGELISM REPORT FROM NCBC 16-19 NOVEMBER, 2018 Many good things are happening in the congregations around us. On 17th November, the Church of Christ, Uruk Uso, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State ordained her first batch of Elders and Deacons after 43 years of their existence. Four men including Dr. S. P. Ekanem, an alumnus of NCBC, were ordained as Elders and three men as Deacons. Friday Mark who has served as the minister in that congregation for 8 years is also an alumnus of NCBC. The ordination service was very colourful and drew participants from many congregations across Nigeria. On 16th November being Friday, fourteen NCBC students embarked on a weekend evangelism to the Church of Christ, Ibiaku Itam, Itu where Samuel Okon, the Director of NCBC Ministerial Program is preaching. They made 150 calls from house to house and staged one open air lecture. God blessed their efforts with eight (8) baptisms. The Ibiaku Itam congregation hired a bus that conveyed our students back to the college. The same weekend, two students also visited and worked with City Church of Christ, Abak. They evangelized Abak Town house to house and preached on Sunday and baptized two souls for Christ. On Sunday, 18th November, I drove the WBS Team made up of Monday Akpapan, Sunday Solomon and Anameti Akpan to Ikot Abasi No. 1, Etinan to conduct WBS seminar and quiz competition for […]

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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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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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