Covenant Life Bible School Begins 5-Day Conference

The Covenant Life Bible School (CLBS) located in Sinkor has begun a five-day conference under the theme: “Breaking the Chains of Lamination” with text taken from the book of Acts 12:1-7.

The five days conference, which commenced on August 10-14, 2015, is being held at the Redeemed Fellowship International in Monrovia.

Briefing journalists over the weekend, the Executive Director of CLBS, Rev. Sila S. Harris, said the conference is intended to assemble people from various counties to continuously inform them about God’s words and the importance of Christianity in the society.

Rev. Harris further revealed that the conference is also part of the Covenant Life Bible School year end academic certificate program season normally done by the church.

The CLBS Director said preachers from various churches within Monrovia and other parts of the country will form part of the preaching during the five day conference.

“At the end of the five days conference; we will also hold graduation for 29 students from the CLBS and they will be certificated as they have completed their studies,” said Rev. Harris

He said the number of graduating students should have been higher, but indicated that due to some unforeseen challenges, other students dropped from the studies.

Rev. Harris furthered that students are taught various courses during their six weeks program before test is being administered, which he said qualifies them to complete the training.

According to him, the training offers diplomat courses for students who leave their various churches to attend the training.

“People who leave their churches to attend the six weeks training program offered by CLBS comes through massive awareness exercise carried to various churches across the country to have their members attend the diplomat training program,” added Rev. Harris.

Meanwhile, Rev. Harris has encouraged participants of the training program to pay keen attention to the training in order to successfully benefit CLBS program.