Bible studies thrive in Ritchie

2016-12-07 06:01
The students of the Late Harvest Ministries Bible School who graduated in Ritchie in October. Photo: Supplied

The students of the Late Harvest Ministries Bible School who graduated in Ritchie in October. Photo: Supplied

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Better-skilled pastors are earning their qualifications in the small town of Ritchie, near Kimberley.

Through its Bible School, Late Harvest Ministries is creating a more effective platform for training pastors.

The Bible school’s mission is to train and produce local church leaders who transform the lives of people in local areas through the Gospel of Jesus.

The Bible School, directed by Rev. Jurim Ken from Korea, is now open for its second intake of students for the year 2017.

At least 27 students from the first intake of 2016 graduated from the one-year course and are ready to further their studies through the Mukhanyo Bible College in Pretoria.

According toLouise Farland, principal, the school is the local satellite of Mukhanyo.

“The graduates are now ready and qualified to study for their second year diploma and third year degree in Bible studies,” Farland said.

For course enrolment, applicants can call Louise Farland on 071-809-8751 or Irene Farland on 073-867-1348.

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