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Graduation in Coventry Bible College
Only part of the faith journey
A graduation ceremony is held in July of each year for a set of students who have completed a two-year course (Level 1 Diploma in Biblical Studies) and a four-year course (Level 2 Advanced Diploma in Ministry) in Coventry Bible College. It is a moment of excitement for us in CBC and for the students and their who would have made significant sacrifices for the period of two years for those in Level 1 and 4 years for those in Level 2. Lectures, students, their families and friends attend the ceremony and celebrate the beginning of a journey of faith. Each year graduation ceremony dates and time will be published on the home page and will take place at Coventry Bible College premises. The address is Hebron Christian Faith Church, The Forum Longfellow Road Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 5HD, UNITED KINGDOM.If you would like to attend the graduation ceremony please Contact us for more information.
JANINE STELLATOS (Director of Metro World Child Kenya-International)
We are delighted to welcome JANINE STELLATOS to CBC on Saturday 10th November 2018. Born in Scotland, Janine lived and worked in England most of her life. Janine has been involved with Metro on a voluntary capacity since 1994 and in 2006, came on as staff in the Metro UK office. In June 2012, she left the UK and moved to Kenya to devote herself to work there. Since she was a 5-year-old little girl who gave her life to Christ, Janine knew she had been called to be a missionary in Africa and when she met Pastor Bill and came to know Metro, she knew this was a call from God and never questioned it since. She counts it her joy and utmost honour to serve God through Metro which was founded by Pastor Bill Wilson in 1980, Metro World Child has worked to rescue hurting children and offer a message of salvation and love that encourages them to stay in school and away from gangs and other destructive or criminal behaviours so common in inner-city environments. Metro meets both spiritual and physical needs through long-term one-on-one relationships, mentorship, child sponsorship and visitation.
REVEREND CHRISTIAN P LODEWYK
We were excited to welcome Reverend Christian P Lodewyk who ministered in CBC on 29th September 2018. Mr Lodewyk is a gifted speaker who has spent time in leading positions within the church in South Africa and for the South African truth and reconciliation process, including the organization which handled disputes and monitored violence during South Africa’s post-apartheid transition. Chris Lodewyk has a lifelong passion for putting into practice what he believes in, not matter the cost.
Exciting News! We are always grateful to Bengt who returns to CBC every year to teach on evangelism. We welcomed back Bengt Wedemalm to CBC on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th February 2018. Bengt is a dynamic preacher and pioneer who has been in ministry for over 30 years. Bengt travels extensively and has ministered in over 60 nations of the world. Bengt has been involved in planting churches in all the former communist countries and also reaches out extensively into many Islamic nations.
Riley Stephenson is the Minister of Evangelism for Kenneth Copeland Ministries. He teaches, trains, equips and mobilizes churches to go into their ‘world’ and bring in a harvest of souls into the Kingdom. Riley’s mission is to help equip Christians to successfully take the good news of God’s love to a lost and dying world and confidently lead anyone to salvation in Christ.
On Saturday 21st October 2017, we were privileged to host Bill Wilson for the morning lectures. He heads up Metro Ministries, New York. Bill buses in thousands of children every week to Kids Club from the Bronx and other needy areas of Brooklyn. Each child is then visited in their home on a weekly basis by a volunteer. This may well be the only chance they have to hear the gospel and see the love of Jesus demonstrated to them in the tough environment they live in. Bill Wilson is a passionate preacher with an unquenchable passion for these kids. Pastor Bill established Metro World Child (formerly Metro Ministries) in 1980 in what was one of Brooklyn’s roughest neighbourhoods, the Bush wick community, most commonly known for its history of gang violence, crime, drugs, and poverty. Here, violence is a way of life and a constant threat. Pastor Bill has been beaten, stabbed and shot in the face. Yet, he perseveres and refuses to leave the area or give up on the children growing up in such an environment. Because of that, his efforts have made a difference, not only in the lives of children but in the community as well.If you would like to further information or you have any inquiries please feel free to Contact us for more information.