FAQ – Why Is There Chapel At The Seminary In EG?

Edited_ImageEasyImageEditor_20160127_78At the IBCP seminary in Equatorial Guinea students take two classes a day. Between the two classes is a 45-minute break where the students gather together for a chapel service. The chapel is lead by one of the professors or guest speakers.

The chapel service begins with the singing of praise music. The music has a distinct African flare. God is glorified through the voices of students and staff.

Edited_ImageEasyImageEditor_20160127_79Next comes the teaching of Scripture. Testimonies or stories occur during this time, but most frequently the students receive instruction from a biblical passage.

These chapel services are important for the students to worship the Lord they are studying in seminary. The chapel services also help model biblical preaching for the students.

One of Mike’s responsibilities at the seminary will be to organize the chapel services. Mike will lead many of the chapels and organize the rest.