Just like everything in life, the need to train and retrain makes ones a professional and approved. Having this in mind, Rev. David.R. Olusegun has bridged the gap in Nigerian Pentecostal space by establishing a facility and program where Christian organisations and churches can send their clergy to have an in depth experience of the teaching of God as it is stipulated in the Bible .

In line with the biblical injunction which states  at 2 Timothy 2:15 “Be diligentto present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.” Having this in mind , the Reverend gentleman has established The Appointed Cardinal of WEST AFRICA COLLEGE OF MISSIONARY BISHOPS (WACOMBS) to bridge this gap and also their Mid Year Continuous Education  would be addressing this challenge in the Christiandom.

In his words “It is believed that so many students doesn’t know why they go to school, not knowing they go to school to pay for their ignorant, to pay for what they dont know. What you don’t know is as a result of your ignorant. “

With this intervention,  Archbishop David Robert Olusegun is set to kick of their “Mid Year Continuous Education Programme” themed “THE CHURCH GROWTH Challenges in 21st Century”. This is a school for Missionary where churches come to be trained on how to grow their ministry.

Olusegun added that  ‘If you refuse to go down or sink, soon you will go up, get up and prevail’.

Some of the guests and facilitators like Dr  Francis Bola Akin John, among other seasoned Men of God would be there to deliver the lectures in its pristine form.  Archbishop David Olusegun Robert remains the host, at their National Secretariat,  plot 16b zone Osin-tek Estate,  Oju-oro phase 2, Agric Ikorodu Lagos, Nigeria, 10am – 12pm, Wednesday 17th April 2019.

WACOMBS  is a Christian training and learning facility that deals on Christian Education, Church Planting, Spiritual Welfare,etc.

Emma Clems

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