Apostle Dr Elikplim Fiagbedzi

Apostle Dr Elikplim Fiagbedzi, founder of the Kings Voice Bible School has urged Christian leaders to allow the true calling of God to reflect in their activities.

Apostle Fiagbedzi, also the General Overseer of the Kings Voice Ministries, enumerated several duties of a ‘true worker for God’

He said one could acquire the needed qualifications theoretically on the Christian faith but “serving the purpose of God and understanding the true call for the task was paramount.”

He made this appeal during the 4th graduation ceremony of the School at Anlo Afiadenyigba Junction over the weekend.

Apostle Dr Richard Buafour, the special guest and the immediate past General Overseer of the Lord’s Pentecostal Church International, cautioned the graduands of fighting for personal glory rather than building souls for God’s salvation.

He tasked the graduands to live well for God’s glory.

Apostle Buafour further prayed for God’s guidance and support for the new graduands.

Mr Nicholas Fiator, President of the Students Representative Council (SRC), in his address expressed gratitude to the school authorities for offering them the best of tuition, guidance, and leadership training over the period.

He also charged his colleagues to live up to the task wherever they appear for God’s work.

A total of 20 students, who studied various religious subjects were given certificates for academic and behavioural excellence.

In all, 12 students comprising 4 females and 8 males underwent diploma courses with 8 students, 2 females and 6 males acquired general certificate courses from the recognised theological school.

Mrs Faith Amedorme Ahu and Mr Daniel Yeborwo were adjudged the best students.

Other dignitaries present included, Apostle William Tettey, Reverend Dr Raymond Sogah, Apostle Sampson Mawuli Azameti, Reverend Gershon Amedorme, pastor Clemence Aklorbortu, Pastor Wise Sagah, and others.

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