30 Scholarships for Religious Workers

Dr. Sheikh Nyei: ZLTC to offer scholarships to the public next academic school year

The Zoe Life Theological College in Liberia (ZLTC), is expected to roll out at least thirty (30) scholarships for religious workers to pursue degrees in theology and religious studies.

ZLTC is an accredited theological education arm of Zoe Life Church International Fellowship Ministry Inc., PHILADELPHIA, PA .19139 USA and Liberia.

The initiative, which is expected to kick off soon at the College Headquarters located in the Hotel Africa Road Community in Virginia, Brewerville, will equip those with a calling from God to do whatever work God has called them to do for His glory.

The college offers Bachelor of Arts in Hermeneutics, Doctrine of church, New Testament Survey, Old Testament Survey, Doctrine of son, Doctrine of angels, Demonology, Doctrine of man, Doctrine of the holy Spirit, Doctrine of Salvation, Evangelism and Doctrine of Prophecy. 

Master of Art is also done in Details of Biblical Prophecy, Biblical Covenant, Pentateuch, The book of Hebrews, Eschatological Studies, Biblical Ethics, Counseling and Research Project.

ZLTC also provides Doctorate degrees in Pentateuch, Minor prophets, Major prophets, End time Prophecy, Biblical theology, Research in Eschatology, Distinction between the Law and the Gospel, World missions, Advanced Homiletics, Advanced Leadership as well as Church History. 

Dr. Sheikh Musa A. Nyei, who made the disclosure to the Daily Observer recently on behalf of the College, said the intent of the scholarship scheme is to buttress government efforts in providing quality and sound education for Liberians, especially those desirous of enrolling in the theology programs and other disciplines. 

Dr. Nyei further narrated that of the 30, twenty percent will be given to religious workers and institutions, while ten percent will be given to muslims.

He said the significant increase is in line with management of the scholarship scheme’s restructuring process to expand access for brilliant but needy students.

“We are proud to contribute today as an institution by announcing that we will be offering 30 scholarships to religious workers to advance themselves in their various areas of discipline in the country," said Dr. Nyei.

Dr. Nyei is also a Liberian businessman and Executive Director of the Foundation for Islamic Integration and Development Agency( FIIDA).

He used the occasion to urge every Liberian, especially young people to take advantage of the Theological scholarship that is expected to be rolled out by the college very soon.