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Kohima Bible College’s golden jubilee celebration concludes

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By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Nov 26, 2023 9:48 pm
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The congregation at the last service of the golden jubilee celebration of KBC on Sunday in Kohima.

KOHIMA —The six-day golden jubilee celebration of Kohima Bible College (KBC) at Rüzhükhrie Government Higher Secondary School (RGHSS) ground in Kohima, which began on November 21, concluded on Sunday.

On the last day, reflecting on the college motto ‘Save to serve’, Rev. Dr. Mati Joseph, former registrar of KBC, recalled his association with the college, highlighting its growth over the years, producing thousands of ministry workers and church workers.

He emphasised the significance of the jubilee, relating it to freedom and liberty, asserting that Jesus Christ’s birth and mission aimed to liberate mankind and preach the Gospel. He urged believers to cleanse themselves and embrace a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, stressing that religiosity alone will not lead to heaven.

Abei-ü Neihulie, president of KBC, acknowledged in her speech God’s faithfulness and the support from various sponsors.

She reflected on the vision of her late husband, Rev. Neihulie Angami, and the college’s impact on students globally. She credited the college’s establishment to the collaborative efforts of international and local supporters.

Neihulie also expressed her dedication to KBC’s growth and its role in training future generations for Christian ministry. She envisions KBC continuing to produce dedicated, spirit-filled individuals committed to spreading the Gospel.

The service was led by Rev. Zaseyi Veswuh, chairman of the Council of Chakhesang Christian Revival Churches, with special songs performed by Mary Pau Sian Kim and friends and a team from Chakhesang Baptist Church Minister’s Hill, Kohima.

In the evening, Rev. Zotuo Kiewhuo, founder and senior pastor of Koinonia Baptist Church and principal of Kohima Bible College, was the speaker, while Rev. Dr. Laxman Kumar Digal, academic dean at Christ for the Nations Bible College, Kohima, led the service.

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By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Nov 26, 2023 9:48:59 pm
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