Tamale Institute of Biblical Studies has been going through a lot of activities for the past several weeks. These activities have brought some joy among the entire Christians in the Northern Sector of Ghana.
The main activity was the graduation of the third batch of students. Out of the fifteen students who were admitted for the 2-year Certificate in Biblical Studies, ten were able to complete the program. Therefore, by the grace of the Almighty God, ten young and energetic men have been added to the preaching fraternity. It is our prayer and hope that these men would further extend the boundary of the Kingdom of Christ.
To this, the Board Directors, Staff and Students wish to express our sincere thanks to our sponsors, coordinator Steven Ashcraft, Bear Valley Bible Institute, all instructors and everyone who has in one way or other contributed to the success of the training.
We also wish to thank all those who spent their time with the Institute on graduation day to grace the occasion. Special thanks go to Kwame Amoah- Denteh (Elder- Bomso Church -Kumasi), Brother Afranie, Brother Eric Adjei , Administrator of Church of Christ Clinic, Seth Larbi (Principal) and all who represented the Southern Institute of Biblical Studies (SIBS), Accra. The greatest appreciation goes to our Christian sisters who prepared food for all who attended the program. May the Almighty God continue to bless our dear sisters for their remarkable activity in the program of the Institution.
Furthermore, family members of graduating student preachers traveled from their hometowns to be part of the memorable day in the lives of their beloved relatives. Also present at the function were members of the two local congregations in Tamale.
Another group of personalities worth mentioning were all the past students of the Institute. They were in also to see how the present group was to be initiated into the field of preaching.
At the end of the activities, prayer was said asking for the protection, strength, and blessings for the new preachers.
Baah Joseph Okyere