Ordination Training Course
Ordination Training Course at CLI
My name is John Bwalya Muma from Lusaka, Zambia. I am 49 years old and married to Lillian Saili Bwalya. Currently, I work as a lecturer at the University of Zambia in the School of Veterinary Medicine. The ordination training course at Christian Leaders Institute is a blessing to me.
I came to know the Lord in 1989, while I was in my second year at the University. One evening, a group of Christian students conducted door-to-door witnessing. My classmate, Victor Mbao, walked into my room where I was with my friend John Banda. He preached the Word to us and asked us if we were willing to accept the Lord Jesus as our Saviour. It is at that moment I received the Lord and started my Christian walk.
Calling from God
In 1994, after I completed my university training, God called me to be a teacher of the Gospel. Over the years, I have been searching and waiting for how this could be done considering my financial responsibilities in educating my nephews and nieces. My ministry dream has been to serve as a leader, not so much in a Local Church set up, but in inter-denominational Christian movements. I would also like to be involved in mission work.
Free Ministry Training and Ordination Training Course at CLI
One day, I was searching for ministry training opportunities on the Internet. Then, I came across the Christian Leaders Institute training opportunity. Thankfully, I found the kind of training I sought at CLI.
I currently pastor a Church, although I am not ordained. This deacon ordination with Christian Leaders Alliance will, therefore, enable me to start administering the sacrament of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. It will also help me to seek official government recognition as a minister of the gospel.
The ordination training course and ministry training that I received under CLI has assisted me in improving my ministry. I have learned much doctrinal truth from CLI. In turn, I passed it on to my leaders and the entire congregation. I plan to take more courses to continue to grow. Please, pray for me that I will know the Lord better and continue to grow in knowledge and grace.