Emeka Oguagha School of Missions (West Africa) Graduates 15 Students in Lagos
The Onyechi Emeka Oguagha School of Missions (West Africa) which was formally known as West Africa School of Missions graduated its first batch of Students on Sunday 5th January 2020. The School was established in 2016 through the counterpart funding between BMF and the International Church of Christ, Lagos Nigeria for the manpower development of its Churches.
At the West African Management Summit in Ibadan in 2018, six countries that makeup WAM adopted the School for the purpose of placing their staff for Ministry training…Read More
West Africa School of Missions Studies Church History
- By Dr. Steve Kinnard – New York, NY, USA
- 23 Aug, 2018
Lagos, Nigeria—A City Of 20 Million
“As of 2000, the population of Lagos, Nigeria, was roughly 7.2 million, somewhere between those of greater Philadelphia and Chicago. By 2030 it will be 24 million, nearly as large as metropolitan New York and London — combined.”
—From “A World Of Boomtowns”
While in Africa, I’m teaching 28 lessons in 8 days. Twenty of these lessons are on church history. I’m teaching a class to students of the West Africa School of Missions. Twenty-five students attend this ministry training academy. Most of these young women and men have already graduated from university. Many left their home churches in West and Central Africa and left their jobs in various fields like education, law, and engineering to be trained for the full-time ministry…Read more
You Can Now Register for a Full-time Internship Program at the Onyechi Emeka Oguagha School of Missions (West Africa)
The Onyechi Emeka Oguagha School of Missions (West Africa) is hereby inviting interested candidates who wish to receive full time ministry training to apply by following the link below on or before October 31st 2019.
Applicants must be graduates of any tertiary institution (University, Poly-Technic, Teacher Training etc) and cannot be above 35 years of age.
All successful candidates who have been recommended by their Regional/Church Leader will be duly informed of the further interview process.
Admitted trainees will join the 2020-2023 full time ministry internship program in Lagos, Nigeria.
For further enquirers and information contact:
Chris Ogbonnaya – firstname.lastname@example.org
Israel Ereola – Isrealereola@yahoo.com.
Administrator – NEOSOM (West Africa)
Ministry Academy Training Week in Lagos – By Michael Burns and James Becknell
The Leadership of the ICOC, Lagos was truly enriched by the visit of two incredible brothers and teachers from the USA to train the Lagos staff, the West African School of Missions and the Church-wide Bible Talk leaders.Michael Burns and James Becknell are both from the Minnesota and Chicago Churches of the Midwestern Region of Churches in the US. They trained on “Christ & Culture” and “Spiritual Disciplines & Character Formation respectively”…More
ICOC West Africa School of Mission Launched in Lagos
History was made in the ICOC West African region as the much awaited ICOC West Africa School of Mission was launched in Lagos, Nigeria.
The ICOC School of Mission is a training academy for young, vibrant breed of well-trained leaders in our fellowship which aims to take the mission to a new and even greater height. This school is made possible by the selfless financial support of our sister congregations in the U.S. Funding for the West Africa School of Mission was provided by the Tom Beam Foundation for 20 participants from across six countries in West Africa, and the Mission Point Church in San Antonio, Texas is supporting five Lagos campus interns, with counterpart funding from the Lagos Church of Christ…Read more
Missions: Lagos Church to Launch School of Missions
In Matthew 28:19, our Lord Jesus commands that we go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching the new disciples, obedience to all his teachings.
As many of our churches in Africa enter their third decade of planting and many pioneer missionaries and leaders gracefully age, it becomes most apparent that a new and younger breed of trained leaders emerge to consolidate and take the mission to new and even greater heights.
Encouraged by the selfless financial support of our sister congregations in the U.S, the Lagos church, in collaboration with all affiliates congregations in the West Africa Mission family of churches will in September 2016 launch the first batch of a three year intensive ministry training program.
This program will involve the selection and recruiting of young, single disciples (men/woman) or newly married couples from across our churches, home and abroad.
All successful candidates will be housed in Lagos in dedicated housing quarters for this scheme throughout the duration of the three years training program. After a successful completion, graduates will be redeployed to lead or assist in leading various ministries and congregations across West Africa.
Interested candidates MUST be between the ages of 25 – 30 years and can click here to fill out the online application form for the ICOC School of Missions.