End Time Harvest Bible College, Ghana

December 22nd, 2016

Christmas Greeting

“When the time had fully come,
God sent forth his Son”
(Gal. 4:4)


    God took centuries, as revealed in the Old Testament, to carefully prepare for the birth of his Son.  Then, when the time had fully come, God sent forth His Son.  It happened at an appointed moment when Caesar Augustus was emperor of Rome.  At that appointed moment, “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth.”  (John 1:14)  

    But not everyone was ready for that illustrious event.  The innkeeper was not ready.  His inn was filled with important people who could afford his house, so there was no room for the carpenter of Nazareth and his weary bride.  King Herod was not ready.  His fearful reign could not tolerate a rival for his throne.  The religious leaders of the time were not ready.  They longed for a Messiah who would come in kingly glory to rule on the throne of David.

    So few were ready. The shepherds watching their flocks were ready and received the good news. They immediately went to find the babe just as the angel had proclaimed.  Since then, twenty centuries of Christmases have passed.  Are we any more ready for the coming of God’s Son today than the day of His birth?  Yet to this day He remains Emmanuel, God with us.  

    Now is the time to make ourselves truly ready to receive all that Christ is.  Now is the moment to come and adore Him, not as a babe in a manger, but as the Lord of our lives.  Now is the time to bring Him our gifts, not gold, frankincense and myrrh, but hearts filled with love and a life dedicated to His service.  

    Jesus is Emmanuel, God with us, not only at Christmas time, but every day, telling us that God loves us even though we are unlovely and unloving.  Oh how the world needs Jesus.  Christ alone is the transcendent gift of love from the Father to the world.  In Christ alone may we receive forgiveness of sins and life eternal with Him.  What better gift can you give anyone this Christmas Season than to tell them how to receive  God’s Greatest Gift?  

The Anthony Family
Sends you
Christmas Greetings

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May you be
 especially blessed this
Christmas Season!

End Time Harvest Bible College, Ghana

December 16th, 2016

15th Graduation Ceremony

for our Takoradi Campus

The 15th Graduation Ceremony was an historic graduation, in the sense, that we celebrate over 600 graduates passing through the ministry since our beginning in the year 2001! It was a day filled with joy as each class received their well-earned diplomas and degrees!

In this year’s charge to the graduating class of 2016, Chancellor Reverend Dr. Aaron Anthony felt burdened to release a word from Romans 8:19 that the world is groaning, as if in travail, for the manifestation of the sons of God. He therefore charged the graduates to manifest God’s personality – “Love.” Secondly, they should manifest the Presence of God.  And lastly, they should manifest His Power to our generation!

   Part-Time Program Diploma Class of 2016

                      Part-Time Program
           Three-Year Diploma Class of 2016

Part-Time Bachelors Degree Six-Year Program

Part-Time Bachelors Degree
         Six-Year Program

Full-Time Diploma Class

                Full-Time Diploma Class

 

 

Full time Degree Class

              Full time Degree Class

 

Some of our happy graduates.

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              Chancellor’s Charge 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 FIRST GRADUATION CEREMONY

FOR OUR NEW CAMPUS SITE–TARKWA, GHANA

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Two-Year Diploma Class

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End Time Harvest Bible College–Ghana

September 30th, 2016

Storming the Gates Crusade
Ntankoful

Jesus commanded us to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature (Mk. 16:15).

Ntankoful may be a  small village located in the Western Region of Ghana, but the people that had gathered at the crusade were in desperate need of Jesus to save, heal and deliver.  I saw a town that was desperate for the presence of God.   dsc_1221

Throughout the three nights of the crusade, as well as the evangelistic outreaches throughout the crusade, we saw just over 150 men and women surrender their lives to Christ.

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 These  ladies were healed from
pain in the legs!

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 Since opening End Time Harvest Bible College in 2001, over 37,000 have been led to the Lord through our outreach ministries and placed in local churches for discipleship. 

Four churches in Ntankoful have received over 150 new converts.

Praise God and give Him Glory for the great things He has done!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End Time Harvest Bible College Ghana

May 24th, 2016

Storming the Gates Crusade
Komenda

Komenda is a fishing village located in the Central Region of Ghana, approximately 60 miles away from the Bible College.

What a first night!  Our students and those in attendance, danced and worshiped in the rain. With lightening cracking in the distance, men and women knelt and laid prostrate before our God. 

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Dancing in the rain

Worship in the rain

Worship in the rain

Worship in the rain

Worship in the rain


Throughout the three nights of the crusade, as well as the evangelistic outreaches throughout the crusade, we saw just over 170 men and women surrender their lives to Jesus Christ!

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Students evangelize by day

Students evangelize    by day

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Whether preaching about the resurrection,  or the folly of living in sin, … there resulted in the salvation of many, and people experiencing the healing and delivering power of Jesus.

Pastor Aaron preaching about the resurrection

Pastor Aaron preaching about the resurrection

 

 

and the folly of living in sin

and the folly of living in sin

Souls receiving Jesus

Souls receiving Jesus

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God healed this lady's swollen ankles!

God healed this lady’s swollen ankles!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End Time Harvest Bible College, Ghana

February 24th, 2016

A New Academic Year Begins

Meet our newest Flaming Arrows!

Full-Time Diploma Takoradi  Campus

Full-Time Diploma Takoradi Campus

Part-Time Diploma Tarkoradi Campus

Part-Time Diploma Tarkoradi Campus

 

Full-Time Diploma Tarkwa Campus

Full-Time Diploma Tarkwa Campus

Part-Time Diploma Tarkwa Campus

Part-Time Diploma Tarkwa Campus

Foreign Students Enrolled

Kiah from Cameroon

Kiah from Cameroon

Brother Kiah is from the nation of Cameroon. Kiah discovered End Time Harvest Bible College through the internet.  After much correspondence, he was convinced that traveling to Ghana is the right decision for his life.  When asked why he wants to come to Ghana, he said, “I wanted to come away from my comfort zone to help me focus on spiritual things.”  He went on to  say,  “Since I have come to ETHBC for this past month, I can already see my prayer life has grown with God.   Truly this is a good place for spiritual development!”

Raymond from Zimbabwe

Raymond from Zimbabwe

Raymond is from the nation of Zimbabwe.  He had already wanted to travel to Ghana where he discovered ETHBC online, and was convinced that ETHBC was the right school for him.  This is what Raymond thinks about  being part of End Time Harvest Bible College, “My spiritual life is being enlarged!  Because of the weekly practical outreaches, I see that what I am learning in the classroom is being used on a weekly basis, not just from behind a pulpit.  Dr. Anthony… Ministry is work!”