Institute calls on graduates to be agents of change

Institute calls on graduates to be agents of change


A Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Dr Oliver Ali Abah, has called on graduating students of the Methodist Theological Institute (MTI), Sagamu, Ogun State, to be agents of change in a society in dire straits.

Addressing the graduating class, the prelate said that they are receiving the necessary training to be good ambassadors of the university in the outside world.

Abba added that the church institution was doing its best to train and equip the student pastors with the tools necessary to lead souls to the kingdom of God.

Abba commended the Rector and management for adopting creative ways to cater to the needs of the institute and prayed that God would be with them in building theological education of the Church in the Western Region.

In his graduation address titled: “Equip yourself for the ministry and kingdom work”, special speaker, Sunday Onuoha, urged the graduates to give all they have for the growth and development of the ministry and focus solely on God.

He also urged them to grow spiritually and prepare themselves to serve the church.

The Rector, Dr. Rafael Ideal, commended the prelate for his support to the institute and his timely words of encouragement to the students during the training period.

The program also provided the opportunity to install solar lighting/inverters for the parish rectory, three classroom buildings, and an administration building.

Source: guardian.ng

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