Pastor Kofi has been in ministry for many years, beginning in his home country of Ghana and continuing even now, as he has pastored a church in South Africa since 2012. As an inaugural year student in our TKU Bible College, he was blown away by all that he learned.
“There were so many things I wasn’t aware of, which have come to light for me! The courses on Biblical interpretations really brought new understanding to my mind. I have new insight on how to read the Bible from a different point of view — I can now incorporate a lot of things together to understand the Bible and what God really intends in His meaning to us. I see the big picture now!”
In regards to how his new Biblical education has benefitted his ministry, Pastor Kofi had a lot to say!
“I have discovered much about my spiritual gifts and how I can use them to help people. I also give people in my church more opportunity to minister and serve because I’ve learned to empower them to use their giftings. My sermons also have a lot more quality, I would say! I am telling my church what I’m learning, and it has really been helping a lot of people. They can tell the difference in my messages. They talk to me about it and say that they are understanding more now. The program has not only impacted me, but it has also impacted my church and the community around it! We are seeing tremendous growth in all areas!”
Pastor Kofi is one of sixteen graduates who all have similar stories of profound transformation. We are beyond grateful for the opportunity to come alongside these men and women of God, to help strengthen them in their ministry work.
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