Guest Lecturer – Manuel Kamnkhwani

PictureThree new lecturers. From left: Basilius Kasera, guest lecturer Philosophy and African Spiritualism, from Namibia; Peter Manzanga, who joined Mukhanyo as a new fulltime lecturer New Testament, from Zimbabwe; and Manuel Kamukhwani, guest lecturer Dogmatics and Church Planting, from Malawi.

In July and August another guest lecturer was Manuel Kamnkhwani from Malawi. He lectured on Dogmatics and Church Planting.

He studied at the Westminster Theological Seminary in California between 1999 and 2002, returned to Africa and went on to teach at Harare Theological College in Zimbabwe. In 2004, he and his wife and three children returned to Malawi where he became the country representative for Word & Deed Ministries, a position he still holds.

In 2006, he was instrumental in the founding of a lay training ministry called Logos Ministries, which teaches elders and deacons within the CCAP Nkhoma Synod, Reformed Presbyterian denomination. The mandate of Logos is to bring the basics of Reformed theology to church leaders, most of whom have very little or no knowledge of Bible doctrine.

Read more:
Introducing another Malawian lecturer
What students think of Mukhanyo
Big plans for 2018…


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