Plenty of guest lecturers


 Mukhanyo’s students were privileged to learn from no less than ten highly qualified and experienced theological guest lecturers during 2017. They came from many parts of the world, including four from Africa, and of course a number of locals churches.

They taught a large number of modules, many of which were recorded in Mukhanyo’s modern studio, with DVDs produced for distribution to Mukhanyo’s forthy some study groups all over the country and beyond.

Many of the lecturers stated that not only did they enjoy lecturing, but that they also were impressed with the academic standard of Mukhanyo and its students.  Mukhanyo’s own lecturers, as always having to carry by far the largest lecturing load, were also able to benefit from this international interaction.

One of the visiting lecturers, Dr David Galletta from the USA, has been lecturing at Mukhanyo regularly over more than ten years. He doesn’t know many times, but this could have been his tenth visit.

Other guest lecturers in 2017 were:

  • P Houtman from the Netherlands
  • D Kawanga from Malawi
  • P Krüger from Potchefstroom
  • J Klapprot from Pietermaritzburg (twice)
  • V Naidoo from Durban
  • E van Alten from Ukraine
  • M Kamnkhwani from Malawi
  • B Kasera from Namibia
  • J Bell from Zimbabwe

It is expected that there will again be a number of guest lecturers in 2018, starting in January with Prof Dr William van Doodewaard from Canada.

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  1. Pieter VanderMeyden

    Thank you for sending out these news updates regarding the ministry of Mukhanyo Theological College.
    We may pray with a good hope that equiping future leaders will be used by the Lord through His Word and Spirit to accelerate the advance of Gospel Revival of souls and Reformation of the church in Africa.
    May our Saviour and Lord richly bless you and all who labour at Mukhanyo.

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