N.C.B.C UKPOM EVANGELISM

Report from Uyai Joshua:

On May 17th, 2019 I participated in the Annual Prisons Evangelism at Ikot Ekpene. The theme was Remorse and Resolve (Luke 15:17-21). Nineteen (19) souls were baptized. Churches of Christ in the Area donated food items and toiletries for the up keep of the prison inmates. Sewing machines, electric irons, generators and barbing accessories were also donated for skills and vocational training of the inmates.
  I have also attached pictures of baptisms of four souls at W.B.S seminars held at C.O.C  No. 2 Ikot Okumfang on 26th May, 2019. 20 students and 4 N.C.B.C staff worked with the Church of Christ at Eka Uruk Eshiet on May 3-5, they baptized one soul. Picture here shows how the women of the Church fed N.C.B.C students and staff with fofo and Afang Soup.
June 14-16 the college sent out twenty students for the weekend to help evangelize at the Ibiaku Itam, Itu Church of Christ. On arrival at the Church, they were engaged in an open air lecture from 7-9pm. The next day June 15, they were engaged in house-to-house evangelism from 9am-3pm. They did participated in another open air lecture from 4-6pm. On Sunday June 16 they conducted worship service and had two baptisms, at Ibiaku Itam where Samuel Okon is Preaching. The church took good care of the students. 
In another development on Friday June 14, the N.C.B.C College Management appointed a new Student Government to manage the Student Affairs for 2019/2020 Academic year. The new student President is Ekomobong Itam (Degree Student) assisted by Ofonono Jackson a mistrial student as the Vice President while Kingsley Nwagbara is the Secretary. 
On June 15 during bible class at Ikot Ekpene Prisons, 9 prison inmates were baptized into Christ making a total of 28 baptisms for May/June 2019. 
To God be the Glory in Jesus Name Amen.

Uyai Sunday Joshua

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Solomon Solomon

My team of WBS visited one of the rural areas of Etim and 7 souls were added to the kingdom.

Greetings,
My name is Solomon Solomon, a gospel preacher who was converted by Doris Taylor in 1994 when she was a missionary here in Nigeria with her husband. I am one of the pioneer Degree students of NCBC (Nigerian Christian Bible College) in Religious Studies. I am greatly involved in mission work, evangelizing through WBS (World Bible School), Prison Ministry and also working with a Christian school (ACSS) as an Administrator.
I am happy to inform you that my team of WBS visited one of the rural areas of Etim Ekpo, a local government Area of Akwa Ibom State. We were blessed to have 7 souls added to the kingdom.
We are still in need of transportation to further the work.
May God bless you and your great work in Jesus name, Amen.
Solomon Solomon

World Bible School Team