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Pastor Karbah Bags Master’s Degree
…Converts Muslim To Christianity

As it is often said that education is the way to success, Pastor Ben Zion Karbah who is the General Overseer of Eagles Chapel Glorious Land International does not want to leave any stone unturned as he strives for academic advancement.
Last Friday, Pastor Karbah and many others received degrees in various disciplines from the Zoe Life Theological College USA/Liberia.
Pastor Karbah also received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Ministry from the same University for his enormous work in the Lord’s vineyard through the spreading of the Gospel in Liberia and throughout the World.
“I want to take this time today to give all glory to God Almighty for giving me the wisdom, resources and time to go through this study. Also, many thanks go to Papa Archbishop Richard Innocent and Rector (Africa Representative Chancellor), Prof. Lahai Obey Sowa for helping to provide guidance through the process of my education. Not also forgetting all of you who through prayers and spiritual support, I was able to achieve this goal most especially my darling wife Mother Karbah,” he expressed gratitude.
The Zoe Life Theological College is a Theological Institution based in Philadelphia, U.S.A. and founded some years ago by a humble and anointed servant of God, Archbishop Dr. Ambrose Joseph Milner.
The college has trained many tested servants of God in America, Africa and other continents of the world. And with a vision and purpose, it gives sound theological and ministerial education to born again Christians who want to serve the Lord in their various callings.
The interdenominational theological college aim and vision are to give qualitative theological education to ministers of the gospel, to train fearless missionaries for mission work, to make theological education affordable, to bring spiritual revolution in the lives of preachers and believers, to prepare ministers of God that will lead people to know Christ and to honor credible ministers of God and Christians with Honorary Doctorate accolades.
In another development, a devoted Muslim identified as Osman has been converted to Christianity for a healing service at the Eagles Chapel where he confessed Christ and gave his life to the Lord Jesus Christ.
“I asked Mrs. Maxwell if the Pastor, Ben Karbah, could help solve my problems when I saw his photo on a placard and Mrs. Maxwell answered in the affirmative. My family insisted that I should not attend the church, but I rejected their plead and went for service where the Pastor explained everything regarding the problem I was faced with,” he explained.
Expressing his excitement, Mr. Osman said he is now convinced that Jesus Christ is alive and is the Lord of the universe and the new convert was blessed with rice and cash by the Church and encouraged to remain a faithful worker in the Lord’s vineyard.

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