October Evangelism Report

In the month of October, West Nigeria Christian College (WNCC) students and instructors visited the state and the federal Medical Centre in Abeokuta. This has been a usual practice and the students assigned were grouped into twos. Tracts were shared and the patients prayed for. The prison evangelism is coordinated by Mr. Femi Okewunmi, while students were selected randomly to have experience in the prison ministry once in every month. The outreach for the month of October was carried out at Ibara Prison in Abeokuta. The monthly open-air evangelism for this month of November was held at Awo village along Ajebo road; the program was well attended by the villagers including students and staff of the college. The event featured the following: Film show, exhortation based on the film watched and prayer session. BUSINESS VENTURE The business venture of the college comprises of three (3) sections presently viz: Poultry, Fish pond, and food crops. On the 24th of July, 2017, 300 birds (point of cage) were supplied to the poultry, the birds started laying eggs by middle of September and by October ending the production capacity had increased to 80%. The sales of the eggs have been to the members of the community and outsiders. The fish pond was supplied with 3,000 juvenile catfish towards March ending this year. The fishes are doing well and are ready for harvest. Some […]

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Seeds of the Kingdom

For several years African Christian Schools has been working to provide vocational training and additional opportunities for our students. In March of this year a report was released in The Guardian that Nigeria was bracing for a severe food shortage and for the past several years Nigeria has been identified as #4 in the world as it pertains to food shortage risks. The ability of our graduates to learn basic survival gardening techniques (as taught to them by Healing Hands International representatives) has provided a great resource for our schools. Not only are our students learning advanced agricultural techniques, we are also producing food for the campus, for sale in the local markets and teaching skills that are then passed on to the local communities where our graduates work and live. Our Director at West Nigeria Christian College, Biodun Olowabi had this to say, “Farming is usually done in a step by step process, usually one step at a time. From the choice of the farm site, to clearing, heaping or digging, to planting, weeding, and patiently tending the crops till maturity, and finally harvesting. The school farm had undergone the first three steps and is now in the fourth stage, which is planting of crops. We planted maize, water-melon, and cassava which agriculturally speaking can be termed mixed cropping. The corn had already germinated and is growing at a […]

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