Ever since its beginning in 2017, the Centre for Theological Leadership Training (CTLT) has provided local people who have an interest in learning more about the bible, along with those actively involved in church and mission work, with a solid foundation with theological principles along with practical leadership and outreach instruction.
The Centre is open to everyone, regardless of previous academic qualifications, and students can start off with the One-year Certificate course, moving through to a Diploma and Bachelors in Theology. Or, if they want to go even further, they can complete a fully accredited Masters or Doctorate degree. CTLT is geared to accommodate the needs of busy people with families and jobs, and now students can participate from the comfort of their own homes, via zoom, providing systematic and professional teaching on theological subjects like Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Counseling and many more. Weekend classes start from Saturday and Sunday 11 and 12 September 2021, while weekday classes take place in the evenings on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, beginning on 13, 14 and 15 September 2021. There are no exams, and all assessment is by assignments.
CTLT graduate Pauline Russell said, “I joined CTLT from its beginning in September 2017, when I enrolled for the Certificate Course. To date, I have completed the Certificate, Diploma, Degree course, and recently I successfully completed the Masters course in Theology with CTLT. I felt I would benefit from additional personal studies of the word of God, but within a group setting. I also felt that it would assist with the delivery of my chosen ministry area which is music and singing. CTLT has more than met my expectations. I now feel better equipped with the right tools to help study the word of God from a broader and deeper perspective.
For anyone who wishes to develop their understanding of the Word of God, or even if you have no understanding at all, I highly recommend enrolling in any of the courses or subjects offered by CTLT as the result will surely be a positive life-changing experience.”
Bishop Lawrence, who began CTLT in 2017, welcomed new students as well as previous graduates, “If you would like to improve the quality of your life in terms of your relationship with God and relationship to one another and make a positive contribution to the transformation of society, come to CTLT and learn more – that is how you can make a difference.”