The Theological and Christian Education (TCED) of the Cameroon Baptist Convention is one of the youngest departments of the convention that is charged with the responsibility to coordinate the functioning of the convention’s seminary and other theological education programs. The department also produces dozens of christian education (discipleship) material yearly for children, teenagers and adults in English and French. Most of the products of the department are consumed internationally particularly in Nigeria. Currently over 7,500 educative materials of different titles are in stock. The Convention’s seminary which is one of the oldest in the country (1947) operates on two campuses, one in Ndu and the other in Kumba (North West Region and South West Region of country respectively). The department also coordinates the functioning of church-run theological training programs like Theological Education By Extension (TEE), T-NET, Bible Training For Church Pastors and Leaders (BTCP), Lead Like Jesus, Korban School of Ministry, Campus Crusade, the Navigator etc.
Till Christ is Completely Formed in Every Believer.
To Strengthen member Churches, Associations, Fields, Ministries, and other CBC Institutions by Facilitating theological and Christian Education notable on sound doctrine and continuous Christian ministry
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.
Rev Ngalla Godlove
Director, TCED Department
Rev. Dr. Donald Ndichafah
TCED Board Chair
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The TEE is a discipleship programme focused on the ministry within the Church with different gifts as recorded in Romans 12: 3-8; I Cor. 12; Eph. 4:11 and I Peter 4: 10; for the edification of the Church. It is a useful method of taking theological training to church leaders who cannot afford formal training and to leave their homes and churches.
a. TEE is Theological: this means that it teaches about God, how to work for God, and it gives training in the basics of Christian faith. It covers a full range of subjects found in the Bible, in Theology and in Christian Service.
b. TEE is Education: this means that it has developed from sound training principles, and if used well, will produce good results in helping people to learn.
c. TEE is Extension: this mean that it extends the work of the Seminary by training church helpers and others within their own church environment.
The Theological Education by Extension started in the Cameroon Baptist Convention in 1974 with the main aim of training people to do the work of the church.
It provides a comprehensive pastoral, biblical and doctrinal training programme to Pastors and Lay – Preachers who are unable to attend a residential programme away from home and ministry, or who do not feel called to complete a training programme that might prepare them for GCE examinations.