“Each of us is connected to a network of churches and Christian communities. We are Mukhanyo’s representatives in these places. We want to encourage each of you to share in your congregation the incredible work that God is doing through Mukhanyo, for the spread of His Kingdom.”
“The most rewarding aspect of operating a local learning site is when you are discussing a specific topic from Scripture, and the lightbulb goes on for the student. In several cases, we at Mukhanyo’s Welkom learning site, had students share in class that they now realise that their churches and teaching need to change to conform to the Word of God.”
South Africa has experienced a severe electricity shortage for several years. Eskom, the state-owned power utility, has been unable to cope with power production and maintenance. Consequently, the entire nation has had to endure sporadic, unanticipated power interruptions, along with regular "load shedding" periods, lasting four to eight hours daily without electricity. While politicians offer assurances that a solution is coming within the next few years, the complexity of these issues suggests that resolving them may extend well beyond that timeline.
Dr Bruce Baugus, a professor at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary located in Grand Rapids, USA, came to lecture at Mukhanyo's Pretoria campus from September 20th to September 27th. During this period, he presented two courses, one on the Theology of Augustine and another on the Doctrine of God, lecturing to a group of twelve ThM (Master of Theology) students. Dr Baugus teaches Systematic Theology and Apologetics at PRTS.
September 21 marked a significant day of celebration for 44 students at the Mukhanyo campus in KwaMhlanga as they were awarded certificates for completing the church-based Focus program. Some of these students spent four years to achieve this milestone.