Reverend Mathias Tetteh Adjah, General Overseer of the college told Ghana News Agency that the country needs pastors to do away with robbery and magicians in the religious domain, hence the direction from God to establish a Bible school.
He therefore urged the government, non-governmental organisations, and public-spirited persons to support the school.
He also asked people who have strong passion for the work of God to enrol in the college to make a great impact in the society.
Bishop Ebow Godsaye-Simpson, Presiding Bishop of Destiny Transformation Centre, who was the Guest Speaker at the occasion advised the graduates to do the work of God even if no material help is coming from it.
He asked the ordained pastors to prove what they stand for as servants of God wherever they are.
Bishop Godsaye-Simpson cautioned the congregation to stop visiting so-called men of God due to their laziness in prayers only to be given different colours of anointing oil as a solution to their problems which does nothing good for them.
He said visiting these churches usually bring individuals curses instead of blessings and therefore there is the need to avoid such places in their desperation.
He explained that witchcraft does not have to do with only spiritual matters but also people who manipulate other people to do things against their will hence the need for children of God to be cautious of such so-called men of God.
Joan Nakie Tetteh, one of the graduates said she joined ACGBC after she witnessed that an old man of 82 years had graduated from the college.
Nine students graduated with Ganyo Akakpo, emerging as the overall best student in academics.
Certificates of honour were presented to one Nii Okorfio II, Augustina Teiko Adjah, and Mrs Abigail Boateng for making the event a success with their support.