The Evangelical Bible College of Malawi Friday last week sent out a group of 58 graduates during a ceremony at Chilomoni Evangelical Church.
College principal Michael Phiri told the graduands that since they are transformed they should go and be agents of change in society.
“Our teaching was guided by 2 Timothy 2:2. We hope that what you have learnt here in class will be put to good use. Remember that life is an experience, never stop learning,” he said.
Phiri also thanked the collegeâ€™s partners for their support and took a hat off for the graduands for being patient during the time when the college was struggling.
He advised the graduating students to set an example in their married life and not have tumultuous marriages because they are men of God.
The students received certificates in Christian ministry, biblical studies and diplomas in theology and Christian ministry.
The rest were in the wivesâ€™ programme which catered for spouses of the married men studying at the college.
The college, situated in Chilomoni, started training church leaders in 1964, and will celebrate its golden jubilee in 2014.
It admits students from all denominations. The college has a full boarding set-up.