Trainer

Trainers Profile

  • Name

    Gbenga Egungbohun

  • email

    gbenga.egungbohun@yahoo.com


Gbenga Egungbohun hails from Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Religious Studies (First Class Division), from University of Calabar, Cross – River State. He is also an alumnus of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria. Currently, Gbenga Egungbohun serves as the Principal Coordinator, Mobile Bible School (MBS), Nigeria. Over the years, he has taught several Bible cum religious subjects at West Nigeria Christian College and School of Biblical Studies, Abeokuta, Nigeria, and Biblical Research Institute in Nigeria, Lagos. He also taught Beginners’ Greek at Advance Diploma level at West Nigeria Christian College till December 2008, when he voluntarily resigned as a full time staff

Trainers Courses

List of courses by Gbenga Egungbohun

Title Description
Moral Digest This course is designed to provide simplified solution to the sordid menacing problems that keep undermining the world’s moral fiber. Over the years, many people have expressed dissatisfaction on the various nefarious acts that are destroying the world, weakening the church, and ruining youths. Almost on daily basis, nearly everywhere, one hears about problems of youth such as; alcoholism, phone pornography, indecent-dressing, rape, abortion, prostitution, pre-marital sex, examination malpractice and several other vices. Obviously, these menacing problems have become global problem seriously disturbing the conscience of almost every spirited individual. This course, which consists of five virtue cum thought-provoking lessons, succinctly provides a sensitive insight and simplified analysis of God and morality, viewed in the context of the Bible concerning parental, societal and the church roles in youths development. This simplified course on code of ethics is designed for youths, parents, Bible-teachers, ministers, pastors and every individual. The course diligently challenges participants to look more closely at the spiritual values at the heart of Jesus’ moral codes, and to see what can happen when the divine codes are lived out both in families and in society as a whole.