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Calvary Chapel Bible Training Center is located in Ghana, West Africa. CCBTC was formed in response to the vast number of people who came to Christ during outreach ministry in Northern Ghana. The new believers were in need of pastors to teach them the Word of God and CCBTC began with the simple goal of training indigenous men to pastor their people.
Over the last 12 years, God has blessed beyond our wildest dreams. CCBTC is now located in the mountains in Pepease, Ghana with a facility that houses over 70 students per semester. The students study verse by verse through the entire Bible, learn Inductive study methods and are trained in expository teaching. Since its inception, CCBTC has graduated over 1200 students and started more than 50 churches.
Pastor Donne Pouguini
Pastor Donne is a graduate from the first term of of the Bible Training Center. His leadership skills, teaching gift and heart for the God and His people have uniquely equipped him to run CCBTC and oversee its far reaching ministry. Over the years God has blessed Donne with a beautiful wife and 3 amazing daughter.
How to Pray for CCBTC
Pray for Donne, Gloria and the entire CCBTC staff and families
Pray for God to work in the lives of the current students
Pray for more men and women to be drawn to the training center
Pray for the churches that have started throughout West Africa from CCBTC
Pray for provision for the work
Calvary Chapel Academy (Pepease)
As an outreach to the local community CCBTC has started an elementary school. Over the past few years Calvary Academy has grown to be the premier institution in the area and currently has enrollment of nearly 150 students. The students are given a fantastic education established upon Biblical foundations.
How you can help
Pray for the students and the school
You can also provide scholarships for students. Two options are available
A one time payment of $275 for one student for one year
12 monthly payments of $25 for one student for one year
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