Seme reflects on how he has adapted to the new academic and cultural environment during his first semester at George Whitefield College.
This is the promotional video for the Core Training and Development South Sudan initiative that is aimed at strengthening Bishop Gwynne College, in order for it to be able to train the clergy of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan more effectively. This will be done in cooperation with George Whitefield Bible College and Anglican International Development and will focus on the following goals: Training local pastors with short courses in their local dioceses/ providing further training opportunities to BGC faculty and suitable Diploma graduates at George Whitefield College/ Providing substitute teachers to fill in for BGC faculty whilst they are receiving further training/ developing BGC infrastructure. The initiative launches in September this year.
This year CORE Training and Development will be conducting “The Whole Counsel of God” course in a local diocese of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan, under the direction of Bishop Gwynne College in Juba. This course has proven to be very effective as a first step in training pastors and elders throughout Africa.
We are happy to announce that thanks to the great generosity of supporters and the motivating force of God’s Spirit, we have successfully raised the funds for 24 solar panels for Bishop Gwynne College in Juba South Sudan. This is great news indeed as the college has struggled with their current generator and government power is almost non-existent. The panels were installed in August this year and have been providing much needed power to the college library. This has allowed students, lecturers and visitors to study at any time of the day and to also use computers. This is a game changer for this college and for the community!