According to Dean Mary Segars' Facebook announcement, Bible school graduates at the Ambassador Bible Training School (ABTS) celebrated their commencement Friday and are overwhelmed by the learning they received from this two-year Bible training program based in Southfield. Student advocates appreciate the foundational teaching and Bible history they were taught and are extremely impressed with the instructors.
Three student advocates provides insight on Sunday about the outstanding teaching they received and urged the audience to come along and join the cause. Mildred Davis lives in Chicago and was able to complete her classes live-streamed to her home. Davis says from day one, the first class she took, she was in awe. Richard Watkins said, "you will be able to teach your children..." the Bible. Watkins elaborated on the purpose of ABTS, which is to "bring God's kingdom on earth."
Then commencement speaker, Gloria Palmer, shouted the praise of the teachers and Pastor Larry Jordan, Family Victory Fellowship Church. She stated that, "after the first class, there were no questions..." because he gave such a tremendous amount of information that the students were amazed. All the student advocates agree that ABTS Bible school should be required for Christians.
Deans Clement Ojo and Mary Segars help bring the vision to pass by teaching and motivating the students. Dean Ojo says, "the students come every week and motivate us."
ABTS is a two-year program, and fall classes begin September 3, the first Wednesday after Labor Day. Classes are held every Wednesday (no more on Thursday), and the tuition is extremely reasonable. You will get great teaching from qualified and anointed teachers, and a great value. To register and get more information, call 248-354-1990.
All-in-all, the total consensus is that your life can change by becoming a Bible student at ABTS.