We believe that the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, is the infallible and authoritative word of God and the only rule for Christian faith and conduct.
We believe in the one true God, who eternally exists in three persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
We believe in the Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the right hand of the Father and His soon coming to rapture the church, which is His Bride. Also His future personal and bodily return to the earth in power and glory to rule for a thousand years.
The redemptive work of Jesus Christ (His death, burial, resurrection and ascension) is both efficient and sufficient for the provision of salvation to mankind and the only way to God.
Baptism by immersion is a church ordinance and every believer is to be baptized by immersion even as Christ was.
The baptism in the Holy Spirit, with the initial physical evidence of speaking in tongues. (Acts 2:4) for all believers who ask for it.
The House of God, which is also called the Church, is the most vital institution on earth. It serves as the most authentic chance for god to express His purposes and plans to mankind as well as the body which best shows forth his wisdom and glory in the entire universe. The Church was built and established by Christ as the fore-shadowed in the Old Testament through the various temples (dwelling places) of God. To Moses, God said, “Be careful to build the temple according to the pattern shown you” – Hebrews 8:5. God demanded carefulness in building the temple because of the delicate balance between its divinity and humanity.
WLCC’s outreach to our schools and colleges dates back to the late 1980’s.
The youth in our schools and colleges have been on the heart of Rev Quaye since his school days. When he, together with other colleagues reached out to their peers in other schools with the revival flames of the Holy Spirit.
This he has continued till date, patterned after what we call the C3 ie Christ, Character and Career.
These outreaches seek to present Christ Jesus as Lord and Saviour to the students; build Christian Character in them and help them fit into society through the right training and career choice.
To help achieve this, we have a mentoring program, where various professionals in our church establish a mentor – protégé relationship with the students to guide them through the realization of their God-given potentials. Some of the schools we have been actively involved in are Aburi Girls Senior High, Ghanata Senior High, Apergosu Senior High, Labone Senior High, Tema Senior High, Nifa Senior High, Oforipenyi Senior High, Odorgonno Senior High, University of Cape Coast, University of Ghana, KNUST, just to mention a few.
As part of our school outreach program, we started a youth camp in 1989 which we still run every year. A week in the month of August every year, we bring the youth together and invite various ministers and resource persons to come and make both spiritual and intellectual impart into their lives. The annual camp which is attended by youth from the various schools we go to and youth from WLCC and other churches, serve as a follow up tool for us to keep up with the happenings in the lives of our youth. It also helps us identify their individual needs. Even though we do not have a scholarship program students can apply for, we assess individual needs and offer help when necessary. And year after year we receive testimonies of how both the camps and school outreach ministry have changed lives and even save the lives of some of our young people.
The Goal of this institute is to develop two schools, namely, School of Leadership and Governance and School of Theology.
Leadership and Governance
Programs in the School of Leadership and governance aim at developing and preparing students for leadership roles. In future, a program will be developed for university graduates to prepare them for various roles in society, including corporate leadership, educational leadership, political leadership, etc
School of Theology
The School of Theology will provide training for individuals with various callings upon their lives to carry out practical ministry relevant to the 21st century.
The school commenced on Tuesday 11th December, 2012. The immediate programs include courses leading to Certificate in Ministry offered in the School of Theology. The specific take-off courses include Pentecostal Studies and Pastoral Leadership. The programs offered at the institute are delivered by staff who are qualified in their areas of expertise
The institute has a Board of Regents to oversee its operations