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DBBCS pioneer graduates urged to uphold college’s tenets

By Ujunwa Atueyi   |   08 October 2016   |   2:34 am
Graduands singing school anthem

Graduands singing school anthem

Thirty pioneer graduates of the Divine Blessing Bible College and Seminary (DBBCS) of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church, Alagbado, Lagos, who were recently awarded certificates in Theology, have been urged to uphold the tenets and virtues of the college, in which they trained.

Lord Rector and Chairman of the Governing Council of the college, Mrs. Olufunmilayo Odeyinka, handed down the charge during the maiden graduation ceremony of the interdenominational college, which took place at the church main auditorium.

Commending them for chosen the right path to serve their creator, she said: “To achieve great success as minister of God, you need to be diligent in your daily Bible study and research, live the word of God to the letter, as well as pursue continuous self-improvement. As graduating students of the college, wherever you go, you must realise that you are the image, ambassadors and living epistles of this noble college and seminary.”

She further urged them to be loyal stewards of Jesus Christ, by being active in evangelism and soul winning for Christ and focused on doing the will of the Christ.

On his part, Grand Patron of the college and the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Chemstar Paints Industry Nigeria Limited, Mr. Remi Awode, while congratulating the graduands, asserted that the college was established last year to offer sound understanding of the scripture, which is the sword of the spirit needed to work with in populating the Kingdom of God.

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