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BIBLICAL REFERENCES: Matt. 13: 55; Mark 6: 3, John 21: 1-8, 1 Thess. 3: 16; 2: 9; Colossians 3: 23-25, Ephesians 6: 5-8, Titus 3: 1 


  1. Skills Acquisition and Empowerment
  2. Self Actualisation
  3. Jesus the Carpenter’s Son (Matt. 13:55; Mark 6:3)
  4. The Apostles as Fishermen (John 21:1-8)
  5. The Obligation to Work/Dignity of Labour (I Thess. 3:16; 2:9; Colossians 3:23-25, Ephesians 6:5-8, Titus 3:1)
  6. Significance/Lessons


Skills Acquisition and Empowerment

Acquisition of additional skills means to make one self-reliant and independent is called skill acquisition. Government has embarked on so many acquisition programmes for youths and the unemployed. Vocational skill acquisition centers are being built to encourage people to learn skills in order to be self employed and to reduce the level of poverty and unemployment in the society.

Skills that can be learnt include: rearing of snails, poultry, piggery, catfish, sewing, baking and bush meat farming. Others are cash and food crop production, (soap, disinfectants, pomade, liquid soap, akwette, adire, tie and dye), textile making and weaving and many more.

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