Lectureship at WNCC a Success!

The lectureship at the West Nigeria Christian College was a good success with over 1,500 participants from many areas of Western Nigeria.  The youth were not left out as there were classes for them, also. There were seperate classes for men and women. In fact, Sister Yemisi Eyo-Peters from the UK taught the ladies classes.  The young children were also not left out, but had plenty of classes for them near the Gospel Chariot! Each year at the WNCC lectureship, the school awards the Distinguished Christian Service Award. This year, that award was given to Christian Ojeh, an elder of the church of Christ, Okoh Road in Warri, Delta State.  We are very proud of our vocational program graduates during the lectureship time.  We are give glory to God for the baptism during the lectureship.

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“Pitching & Preaching” at WNCC

WNCC July 2018 Report EVANGELISM The Nigeria Chariot Evangelist, Samuel Ndukwe Iheke, WNCC’s Diploma and Advance Diploma graduate reports: Ikeja Corporative Evangelism started on July 07 and ended on July 25, 2018. The Gospel Chariot was hosted by the congregations located in the following places: Ifako Ijaye, Iyana Ipaja, Aparadija (Ogun State), Ojodu, Onilekere and finally at Shasha. Our greatest challenge was space to pitch and preach as a result of the cosmopolitan nature of Lagos to the glory of God. At last, four souls were added into the Body of Christ. COMMUNITY SERVICE We are grateful to God almighty as both students and staff of the college come together to carry out community service through farming. We all went out to the farm together as we uproot and pill the cassava planted by students and staff, for processing to make cassava flakes. It was processed and finally made as cassava flakes (also known as Garri). We thank everyone for this act and for embracing this kind of culture. To God be the glory Exif_JPEG_420 FARMING We are grateful to God as our farm continue to yield more growth. The corns are growing and through community service, we made effort to carry out weeding on the farm, through the application of anti-weed chemicals. To God be the glory Exif_JPEG_420 VOCATIONAL TRAINING The vocational training came to an end last week as […]

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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 […]

May 2018 WNCC Update

REPORT ON ALUMNI AND GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE We are eternally grateful to God for having a great citadel of learning like West Nigeria Christian College and School of Biblical Studies. We thank God and thank all sponsors for playing a vital role and for being instrumental to the spiritual academic growth of these young ones throughout the duration of their learning.  Statistics show that most of the graduates of the College from inception have been doing well and we are proud of them. Some are in the field preaching as pulpit ministers, evangelists and church leaders while some are in secular organization serving in one capacity or the other like in the banking industry, lecturer with Lagos State University, Medical Doctor and Nurses at both federal and state health institutions, Barristers, Chartered Accountants, just to mention but a few. Some are retained as instructors with the college, such as Bola Fayemi, captured with the national service uniform. She studied Mathematics/Statistics at Osun State College of Technology. We believe and pray to God for them to continue to shine as light in the midst of darkness and salt in the world of bitterness. FARMING The college is warming up to get to planting by putting its land into use. The school invited the tractor to plow about three acres of our land in other to prepare the ground for planting. […]

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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