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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NCBC 2018 Lectureship a Roaring Success!

REPORT ON THE 65TH LECTURESHIP, MATRICULATION AND GRADUATION CEREMONIES OF THE NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN BIBLE COLLEGE UKPOM, ABAK, AKWA IBOM STATE, NIGERIA. HELD BETWEEN JULY 31ST THROUGH AUGUST 3RD, 2018. Headlines:  One hundred and twenty two souls were baptized during the four days lectureship.Over 20,000 Christians and non Christians attended the Lectureship in 4 days with 5,000 people in average daily attendanceThirty-three students matriculated (new students) into the College.Twenty-seven students graduated. The 65th annual N.C.B.C Lectureship; Matriculation and Graduation Ceremonies which was held at Ukpom campus between July 31st through August 3rd, 2018. ended in a grand style and recorded huge successes. On Saturday, July 28, 2018, thirty congregations within Abak and Uyo responded by sending their youths to clean the campus of N.C.B.C, in preparation for the lectureship. They came with hoes to weed the paths and cut glasses to cut the grasses where the N.C.B.C laborers did not cut. They also helped in washing the Roger Church Chapel. On Sunday, 29th July, a Bacclaulrette service was held in honour of the graduating students Brother Ability Abraham, an alumnus of N.C.B.C and a lecturer at Nigerian Christian Institute Uyo gave the minister’s charge  which was followed by an ordination service led by Mr. Samuel Okon J. P, the Director of N.C.B.C Ministerial programme. On Monday 30th July, the president banquet was held where all the graduating students ate with the President of the college and the […]

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NCBC Evangelism Report, June 2018

The Gospel Chariot arrived Akwa Ibom Sate on June 1st and Started to work with us in evangelism immediately. I participated with some N.C.B.C students on the first weekend of their evangelism which was at Idoro Obio Uyo where one baptism was recorded, from thereafter, they went to Ibiaku Itam, Itu where Samuel Okon, the H.O.D of NCBC is preaching and one soul was also baptized. In Abak June 12-14, all the NCBC students/Staffs took active part and one soul was also baptized. While at Ibiono Ibom congregations 20 souls were baptized. During my chat with the Gospel Chariot Staff last weekend, they reported that thirty three (33) souls have been baptized so far in AKS. They have concluded their activities in Akwa Ibom State on July 3 and will depart to Lagos. The College also sponsored twelve students to work with the Church of Christ Okobo for five days evangelism on June 15-20, 2018. They worked with a newly established congregation and baptized fourteen souls. Uyai Sunday Joshua continues with his services at Church of Christ, Ikot Akpabio Afaha Obong and reports of one baptism recently. On 23rd June, all the Management staff attended the funeral service of Late. Dr. Andrew Akpan Isip at Ikot Akpan Essien Oruk Anam, we presented a Condolence letter and a purse of N 50,0000.00 ($158) to the bereaved family. The College will send […]

Preacher’s and Church Leader’s Forum at NCBC

REPORT ON 2018 NCBC PREACHERS’ CHURCH LEADERS/WORKERS SEMINAR Nigerian Christian Bible College Ukpom, Abak Akwa Ibom State conducted her 65th Preachers, Church leaders and workers seminar from Tuesday, May 15 – Friday May 18, 2018.   Visionary Leadership, prospects and challenges was the center stage or theme. The seminar drew participants from eight geo-political states of the federation such as; Abuja (FCT), Taraba, Lagos, Oyo, Rivers, Cross River, Abia, Imo and Akwa Ibom States. Records from registration unit, two hundred preachers and church leaders were in attendance while one hundred and five participants paid their registration fees of three thousand naira ($8.50) each which qualified them to receive their tags, lecture materials, accommodation and meals.   Brother Goodnews Peter, the CEO/President of N.C.B.C presented an address of welcome to the participants. In his address, he commended the audience for their financial commitments and the stress of traveling away from their families and loved ones to attend this week-long event. He solicited for increased partnership from the alumni, individuals and congregations to sponsor the college either on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis.   The Executive Chairman of Ibiono Ibom Local Government Council Rt. Hon. Ekom Abasi Akpan attended the Seminar for two days and redeemed his pledge of N 50,00.00 ($143) to the college which he pledged during the February 2018 Founders’ Day Celebration.   The N.C.B.C. choral group sang melodiously […]

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