Heritage of Bible Institute - EduConnect Introduction

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Welcome to the new look Alumni, called EduConnect.

We have decided to introduce this new concept in order to stay a breast of modern day social media, being more interactive and moving with our own values of quality, healthy and stretch.
So many of our HFBI students, past and present, continue to testify of the life changing transformation they experience during the years of their studies, be it the basic training two year period, or moving on to higher heights in Christ, as Paul exhorted Timothy to study, and continue to study, in this unending journey of faith in the Greatest Man who ever lived on earth, albeit a little over thirty years, to establish the believer in a life worth living; on purpose and with passion, unselfishly serving our generation against the corruptive power and distorted attitudes of darkness.
As previous stated, we are sons of the living God empowered to make a difference within the work place, the home, the family and the community.

Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life” and this undoubtedly transcends every other level of mans idea of truth. The world advocates its own ideas of truth, yet continues to live outside of it by their behaviour tempered with humanistic and self-centred values. Let us be the salt and the light they so desperately need, living in the life giving power of His Word.
Join us in EduConnect by forming your own favourite group, blogging your findings in this adventurous life and telling other students what HFBI has done to change your life and how much the Word of God has empowered you to become more like Him.

Romans 8:29
“For whom he did foreknow, he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren” Finally, you are a work in progress and He has promised to continue the good work He started and will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ even as it is prudent for me to think of you in this manner [Philippians 1:6-7]

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