The family of Nicholas O. Omollo and Jane A. Odhiambo hereby express warm gratitude to God who opened the door for us to access African Christian College. We have greatly advanced and benefited largely from the College for the last three years, socially and academically. As a result, our level of understanding of the scriptures has increased immensely. We appreciate the commitment of the benefactors and the board of directors in collaboration with the entire ACC management which struggles to ensure the smooth running of the college’s curriculum and other activities. The college is able to provide for our basic needs such as food, housing, beddings, electricity and water in order for us to live a healthy life. This facilitated the ability to study actively without burden of fundamental necessities. We cannot forget the humility and Christian familyhood demonstrated to us by the President, the lecturers and the entire staff.
Our admission letter specified the mission of this College which has a concern to equip student for excellent service in God’s kingdom. We have experience more than our expectation in the first-class kind of education with expert faculty, practical experiences and comprehensive study that provide leadership skill above average. It is now within our jurisdiction to translate the scholarly work and academic skills learnt here at ACC into action. Such action should be able to benefit our local churches, the Christian community in Africa and the entire world. The admission letter also detailed that ‘students leave equipped and with an accredited Bachelor of Theology degree.’ This was our highest worry as we were approaching the close of time without the accreditation. Thank God for answering our prayer which was daily directed to him for the accreditation to see the light of the day. The effort exerted by the authorities concerned was something worth doing. We pray for the progress continuity and the empowerment of those in charge by God.
The college’s effort to offer new laptops to student is a milestone for their mission to provide global awareness. Mine was such a big smile and it felt like a hug when I was given this gift. It has changed my world-view greatly given the fact that I joined the college when I was computer illiterate. My entire family is now able to access computer, which is a great academic progress on our part.
We were sent here by our congregation to study and go back as servants equipped for excellence service for the work of God. I thank the Lord to have given me such a privilege. However, I wish to pursue my graduate work before I embark on serious servant work. I am pressing on the burton of faith and hope for this particular purpose of life to be brought to light by the mighty hand of God. But my main agenda is to serve the Lord.
Three years have been a long period for us to be outside our country, and without part of our family. In summary, we are grateful to God who gave us the gift of life, the strength and insight to study and the mutual aid from lecturers who accorded us better training facilities in order for us to get to this point. Thank you again. Our success is the successes of ACC. God bless ACC.