Bible school opens its door to all churches


A BIBLE training college in Lae is enrolling participants from all denominations to undergo training to become diploma and certificate holders.
Rhema Bible Training Centre, at Malahang, is a satellite Bible training college for the Pacific region.
It has, since its establishment in the country in 2001, trained nearly 1000 people.
According to Pastor Nigel Darch, of River Church, Gold Coast, Australia, the aim of the college was to teach people from different denominations to believe and follow Christ.
“This is the college that trains people to really understand the Bible and its words and is available to anybody regardless of denomination or whatsoever,” Darch said.
He said the college was organising now for the next batch of students to start training next month to June, when they would go out for vocational experiences.
Pastor Connelius Tobing, of Word of Faith Church International, as host, said the course introduced participants to new approaches and dimensions to a deeper understanding of God.
“Everybody knows, in one way or another, the Word of God but do not believe in it,” he said.
“That is why this training college is trying to impart a deeper understanding iofn God and his words to mankind.”
For this year, two classes of more than 50 participants will undergo training.
Since 2015 up until last year, 43 graduates from the college were out in their own churches, mentoring the Word of God to the people.
Tobing said the college was like a training of trainers’ college, where once a participant graduated, he or she was able to teach other people.
The college is currently conducting diploma classes for day and night students at K500 per participant, and certificate classes for night sessions only at K250 a participant.
Anyone interested can contact Tobing on 72719241 for more information.