About Christ Life Bible Institute

CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE is an interdenominational Christo-centric school of ministry, the message and the Doctrine of Christ is our emphasis and main focus in all our courses we offer. CLBI is ministerial and theological training arm of LIFE EMBASSY an apostolic ministry founded by Apostle Dr Trust Farai Hamandishe Ph.D. CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE offers Degrees under higher accreditation with the INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION FOR BIBLE INSTITUTES ENGLAND.


Equipping able ministers of the new testament, for a generation of ministers who can rightly divide the word of truth.


Raising a Christo – centric generation of ministers. Making the gospel of Christ the centre and focus of every ministry

The CLBI Experience

In a context of academic excellence, the CLBI Experience is characterized by:

1.  Educational programs infused with biblical content.

2. Meaningful relationships between faculty, staff, and students.

3. An environment conducive to spiritual and personal growth


1. Biblical authority

As God’s inspired Word, the Bible speaks as the final authority on all issues of faith, life, and practice. Biblical truth is at the core of our programs and guides our institutional decision-making.

2. Academic Rigor

Responsible Christian discipleship involves bringing every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE endeavours to train the mind through rigorous programs of study designed to enhance knowledge, develop critical thinking skills, and shape biblical worldview.

3. Godliness.

 God calls His people to live in alignment with His character and will. CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE seeks to be a community in which relationships and actions are guided by godly character and consistently reflect honesty, integrity, and accountability.

4. Dignity of each individual.

Every believer bears God’s image and is loved by God. The CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE community purposes to reflect this biblical perspective in all relationships and to value each individual in light of this truth.

5. Biblical diversity.

In Christ, believers from diverse cultures and backgrounds are one body. CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE endeavours to be a community characterized by unity while learning from and appreciating our diversity.

6. Culture of excellence.

 In response to the biblical injunction to do all things for the glory of God, the CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE community strives for excellence in its programs and services.

7. Biblical diversity.

Following Christ’s model of servant-leadership, the CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE community seeks to be characterized by service and love for one another and for our communities and constituencies.
Following Christ’s model of servant-leadership, the CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE community seeks to be characterized by service and love for one another and for our communities and constituencies.

8. Our heritage.

 CHRIST LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE values its history and identity within the Church movement and teaches principles of church life rooted in New Testament truth, including the centrality of Christ, plurality of leadership, and priesthood of all believers.

Institutional Goals

CLBI purposes to: 

1. Empower learners to realize their full potential through high-quality academic and student development programs that are biblically grounded and culturally relevant.

2. Provide an attractive, safe environment conducive to learning and spiritual and personal growth.

3.  Encourage the personal welfare and professional development of each faculty and staff member.

4.  Sustain and enhance the human, physical, and financial resources needed to achieve mission and vision.

5. Enrich external constituencies through education, ministry, and service.

Educational Goals

Through its academic programs, CLBI purposes to: 

1. Increase understanding and application of the Bible and Christian theology.

2. Encourage spiritual growth and development of Christian character.

3. Challenge for the development and integration of a biblical worldview.

4.  Develop foundational knowledge and skills to support lifelong learning.

5. Cultivate educated contributors to contemporary society.

6.Equip servant-leaders with skills and knowledge appropriate to their chosen professions or fields of service.