Accra- The Ghana Campus of Crossroad Trinity Bible College, has held its first graduation ceremony for its first batch of students since it commenced operation, earlier this year.
Crossroad Trinity Bible College, Ghana Campus, which was established in 2014 to equip and provide training for effective Christian Ministry, became fully operational in February 2018.
A total of 21 students graduated, of which two graduated with diploma in practical theology and 19 students with certificate in practical theology.
The institution is affiliated to Crossroad Theological Seminary in the United States of America.
The seven-month intensive course at the Ghana Campus, which is situated at the premises of Word Aflame Family Chapel, Dawhenya, runs Certificate and Diploma courses in Practical Theology and Christian Counselling.
The Degree and Masters Programme, are taught online with the UK campus. The next course starts in February 2019.
Dr Foster Doe, the Rector of Crossroad Trinity Bible College & Theological Seminary in the UK, admonished the graduating class to put into practice all they had been taught and ensure that they become agents of change in our society.
Dr. Richard Ahiagbede who is a faculty member and presiding Bishop of Adonai International, in his message, reminded the graduates of their duties in the kingdom business.
He advised all graduates not to take for granted the opportunity they have gained from their studies, it is not a right but a privilege. He further implored them to serve in their generation, humble themselves, demonstrate the fruits of the Holy Spirit and honour the Lord.
The Principal and Senior Lecturer of the Ghana Campus, Dr Pasival Fafalie Selly, who is also the general overseer of Word Aflame Family Chapel, the venue for the campus for the entire training and graduation, warned graduands that their graduation did not automatically make them pastors.
He stated that if you sense the call of God upon your life, you must submit yourself for further training and ordination into ministry.
Pastor Kwaku Andrew, the class captain of the 2018 graduating class, gave the valedictory, punctuating it with thanks to the Almighty God and the whole faculty for their support throughout their training.
Crossroad Trinity Bible College runs certificate and Diploma courses in practical Theology and Christian Counselling. The degree and Masters Programme are studied online with the UK campus.
Source: Ghana News Agency