WNCC September 2017 Report

WNCC September 2017 Report   EVANGELISM GBOBOADE, A. S. As the saying goes, ‘catch them young,’ this prompted the evangelistic outreach of the college to always send students out in groups on weekends to the surrounding villages so as to gather and tutor the young ones. In the course of the previous month, students were able to gather children at Lakiri, Olubode, and Mile Eight villages on campus. The children were taught the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, and Christian Religious Knowledge. The average number of children gathered on each of the weekends at various villages ranges from 25 to 30.   CAMPUS CHURCH In recent weeks, some WNCC newly admitted student were baptized into the Lord’s fold. The students are: Ashiwaju Sarah Similoluwa, who was baptized on 14th September 2017; Jolaosho Ajibola and ICA’s Victor Ugbulenta who were baptized on the 8th of October 2017. We pray that the good Lord will uphold them till the end. Furthermore, as an extension of the evangelism outreach, some of the children gathered at Mile Eight were brought to the campus church for Sunday worship using the college bus. The turnout was encouraging and we hope that with time adults too can join them to come to church.   WNCC Faculty and Alumnus Anchored the Youth Seminar at Church of Christ, Osiele, Abeokuta By Emmanuel Adeoye, Ag. Dean of Alumni and church […]

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October 6-8, 2017 Evangelism Report

N.C.B.C WEEKEND EVANGELISM REPORT 6-8 OCTOBER, 2017 We are grateful to you brother Chad Wagner for sending funds in order to resurrect the N.C.BC Ukpom weekend evangelism.     On Friday October 6, 2017, the management, staff and students assembled in the chapel for prayers and fasting service asking God for His grace and directions for the student’s weekend evangelism and other requests.   By 2pm, 35 students who were approved to take part in the evangelism lined up in front of the Public Relations Office to collect their transport monies to their congregations of assignment. The college driver also dropped some students at nearby congregations. Thirty five students visited twenty congregations in Etinan, Nsit Ibom and Uyo Local Government Areas. They were warmly received by congregations. On Friday night, they conducted evening prayers. From the reports submitted, they conducted 120 personal calls, three open air services, 20 Sunday worship services. Their efforts resulted in three baptisms and five restorations in the following places: Theophilus Inyang, N.C.BC M2 student baptized Eunice Sunday Akpan at Ikot Oku, October 8, 2017 Owoedinyene Udo Abasi M3, student baptized one soul at Idiong Etor, October 8, 2017 Emmanuel Okon Udoh M3 student baptized one soul at Ikot Nsat Nsit, October 8, 2017. The five restorations took place at church of Christ Ikot Osong Etinan. On Saturday 7th October 2017 five lecturers from N.C.BC Goodness […]

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