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-Bishop Promises College Opening

TThe African Christians Fellowship International has celebrated its 31st anniversary at the central church in Monrovia. The anniversary on Sunday November 21, 2017 on 5th Street in Sinkor church brought together officials and members from other branches across the country.

The colorful program was held under the theme "one thing I know," with the message coming from elder James Kaye. According to Kaye, this is the time for the church to rise to the zenith of growth in winning souls for Christ.
Kaye said no one cares about anyone when they are down but they castigate those that have achieved. "When you are nobody, and life is not in favor, many stretched hands to you but when you progress, then, they will castigate you," he said.
He told the congregation that it was one thing that they lack that might stop them from entering the Kingdom of God, stressing further that "increasing the Kingdom of God is what is needed most which is the truth".
He recommended to the church to change its planning format because it is during annual conferences that local churches are charged to pay certain fees. Also commenting, ACFI Bishop Edward Kofi has assured the church of opening the college in February of next year.

Bishop Kofi said registration will begin in January of next year and as such the church is in the time of transitioning. " The college will be opening in February of next year and registration will begin in January of 2018".
"The church is the church and whatever is put together is for the church, and it is not for Edward Kofi," Bishop Kofi stated. The church was founded in 1986 by Rev. Dr. Edward Kofi and it now has more than two hundred churches dedicated to reaching the continent of Africa, the world and humanity.

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