Entries by Abigail Reyenga

Do you Believe?

Do you believe? It’s all in there, all the answers are in the Bible. We were once blind and now we see. I am so grateful for each and every step I took in my life, because had it not been for my taking the “scenic route” if you will, I would not have this […]

First CLI Bachelor of Divinity in Zimbabwe

First CLI Bachelor of Divinity in Zimbabwe Ezekiel Shungu is first CLI Bachelor of Divinity Graduate in Zimbabwe and is Ordained Commissioned Minister. Read his incredible testimony below: Being a Zimbabwean born and bred in a country where no high-quality education can be earned free of charge, it never clicked in my mind that one […]

Power of Forgiveness

Power of Forgiveness Ruth Veltkamp visited the CLI headquarters this week. Shared about her ministry and the power of forgiveness. Ruth taught English in West Africa during her 20s, but most importantly, she shared the gospel with many lost souls. She brought some Muslims to the LORD and they in turn brought in many more.  […]

Debt-Free Ministry Training

Debt-Free Ministry Training Seven in 10 seniors (69%) who graduated from public and nonprofit colleges in 2014 had student loan debt, with an average of $28,950 per borrower. According to State by State data  in the USA. Due to this huge amount of student debt only increasing, Christian Leaders Institute is providing an opportunity for debt-free ministry […]

Christian Leaders Enterprise

Christian Leaders Enterprise Yesterday, president of CLI Henry Reyenga and Steve Elzinga, who will be the dean of the new Christian Leaders Enterprise Program, met to discuss the details of that program. The Christian Leaders Enterprise Program will involve classes like the People Smart for Ministry, Management from Philemon, and many more. The Christian Leaders […]

Best Free Bible School Online

My name is Davies Mutuku. Growing up in a village setting in the interior of rural Kenya, I was the fourth born in a family of 8. It was never clear in my mind what I “wanted to be” in life. Like the rest of my siblings, I just went through the rhythm of schooling […]