Your support is needed to help train local Christian leaders to preach a biblical message of love, forgiveness and reconciliation in regions of Africa that have been affected by civil war, ethnic division, misleading heresies and limited access to Bible training.
Our training highlights God’s plan of salvation from Genesis to Revelation, and makes clear that righteousness comes through faith alone in Christ Jesus, and that a godly life can only be achieved through this same faith in Christ.
We equip leaders biblically to teach and pastor within their cultural context. Some of the key topics of doctrine we cover include those prevalent to the African Church today, such as suffering, prosperity, miracles, deliverance, servant leadership, and witchcraft.
The Bible training of local Christian teachers and leaders is crucial to strengthening the church. We partner with local institutions like Bishop Gwynne Bible College, local missionaries, para-church organisations, as well as volunteers from around the world.
Proper facilities and infrastructure is required at Bishop Gwynne College.
Support students to complete their three-year Bachelor of Theology at George Whitefield College in South Africa.
Help trained lecturers equip clergy in South Sudan to preach a biblical message of hope.
Support the teaching mission in Monrovia, Liberia to train 80 pastors and 150 scripture teachers.
Seme reflects on how he has adapted to the new academic and cultural environment during his first semester at George Whitefield College.