Addressing the graduation ceremony, NTC chancellor Dave Kerr said the occasion is a clear manifestation of the graduates’ ambition to know God more.
“I assure you graduates that you have been equipped with knowledge to minister to others out there which is God’s primary assignment for the church,” Kerr said.
“Furthermore, you must be reminded that the knowledge you receive during the three years of study is your tool to reach out to the lost souls and get them to come to the Kingdom of God.”
Meanwhile, the Dean of Alumni Alick Hagi told the graduates Christ is the pattern son of God, which he had demonstrated on earth the life Christians should imitate.
“We must manifest servant leadership exactly as Jesus did to his disciples.”
Speaking to the Sunday Star Hagi said the college was started in 2010 with three students.
In 2011, two students enrolled for the course and last year, 12 students took the course.
One of the graduates Nathan Mautai said they were thankful to the Nazarene church for giving them the opportunity to study and graduate from the college.
“This college meets what we need to be more effective to minister the gospel to others,” Mautai said.
The Nazarene Church has branches in 160 countries around the world.
By Elliot Dawea
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