Rev. Nagbe   Ordains   Bishop of LCEM


MONROVIA-The Founder and General Overseer of the Liberia Christian Evangelical Ministries Inc. Rev. /Elder Philipson G.B. Nagbeh Sr. at the ceremony witnessed and officiated by several leading Clergy in the country led by Archbishop Bishop Dr. Isaac Winker sr was ordained Bishop. 

 The Ordination Ceremony took place on Sunday, March 12, 2023 at the LCEM’s Edifice in Sinkor Monrovia.

Rev. Nagbe was born on March 13, 1961 in Sinoe County with 36 years of experience in Apostolic Ministry as well as making wonderful contributions in the lives of Christians and the Ministry.

He was licensed to preach in 1987 in the Christian Assemblies in Butaw, in Sinoe County, and later ordained into a full-time Ministry in 2000 in the Towerville Christian Church in the United States of America.

Performing the Ordination Ceremony, Archbishop Dr. Isaac S. Winker, Founder of the Winker Global Ministries Inc., and the Dominion Christian Fellowship admonished Bishop Nagbe not to be carried away by his new portfolio and to treat his congregation member impartially.

He advised Bishop Nagbe whom he indicated he has known for many years to remain steadfast in propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ and do all within his powers as he had done over the years to win more souls to the lord.

For his part, Bishop Nagbe lauded God Almighty and Members of the LCEM Archbishop Dr. Isaac S. Winker, and the Liberian Clergy, for his preferment and promised to justify the confidence reposed to the best of his ability.

Bishop Nagbe promised to work closely with the leaders in transforming Liberia toward greater prosperity.

“We will work together, not always for condemnation, but through exultation and collaboration to make Liberia great.” He said.

According to him, he is counting on Archbishop Dr. Winker for his support and his close collaboration with the people of Liberia.\

He, however, used the occasion to urge the youth of the LCEM to increasingly take up an active role in building the nation building and Church and avoid being distracted to mess up their future.

“Let the LCEM rejoice because it has now a Bishop who knows the meaning and identify of secular and spiritual leadership,” he said.

Bishop Nagbe admonished the LCEM congregation to constantly rediscover the value of the bishop and live it to the fullest in total service of God’s people.

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