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About Us

KBTC is a part of the Christian Life Education Network (CLEN) and issues degrees through Christian Life School of Theology (CLST). CLST was founded in 1983 by Dr. Ronald E. Cottle and has since become the largest ministerial training institute of its kind in the world (with currently over 30,000 students worldwide). Dr. Cottle’s vision is to see theological education return to the local church and community rather than sending away their ministers for training; CLST would bring the training to these ministers, right where they live.

Christian Life School of Theology (CLST) has been granted a religious exemption to grant degrees under the provision of the post-secondary Educational Authorization Act. CLST is an NGA, a non-governmental accredited educational institution, and is associated with the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission (NPEC) and the International Association of Bible Colleges and Seminaries (IABCS).


Our Story

Dr. Mayers possesses a Ph.D. in Sacred Studies and a Ph.D. in Theology from the Christian Life School of Theology in Columbus, Georgia, United States of America. He is consecrated by the ECA Ministerial Fellowship of Canada and the Global Connections Network of the United States.  He is also affiliated with the United States Chaplaincy Training Institute. The couple Dudley and Fay reside in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Dudley Mayers is the Founder and Chancellor of the Kingdom Bible Training Centre and Global Chaplaincy Centre. As a strategic leader, he is driven by a desire to see individuals, families, and communities transformed for the greater good of society.​

Dr. Mayers was awarded the Police & Community Award of Excellence by the Toronto Police Services on February 25, 2018 for his ongoing contributions to community engagement and service.

Dr. Mayers has devoted over thirty-five years of his life to advancing various initiatives in Canada and abroad. Dr. Mayers founded the Global Chaplaincy Centre in response to the expanding need for spiritual support in various community sectors, including business, education, family, government, religion, media/arts, and entertainment.

His background as a food processing consultant spans more than two decades, during which he worked internationally with various United Nations agencies and organizations such as the Caribbean Development Bank and the Canadian International Development Agency. He has also contributed to the production of television media for local non-profit organizations.


Meet The Team

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