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.
Mukhanyo is hosting a seminar on 21 and 22 June, featuring guest speaker Dr Joel Beeke. He will present six topics within the themes of Reformed Theology, Piety, and Experiential Preaching.
Register online at Mukhanyo Events.
Most modules are taught at our Campuses and Centres as weekly classes during two semesters annually. But sometimes Mukhanyo invites visiting professors to present intensive modules.
The following intensive modules are scheduled for 2023:
After four years of weekly studies, thirty isiZulu-speaking students completed the Zulu-language version of the Focus programme and had their own graduation ceremony at KwaMhlanga on Thursday, 15 September.
The Focus programme is not formally accredited, but is a practical and very accessible training course to equip Christians to play an influential role in their churches.
Does sticking nuts to a tree make it a nut tree? Or does tying lemons to its branches make it a lemon tree? In the same way, practising good moral habits doesn’t make one a Christian. It has to come from within – from the heart of a person who can truly testify that he belongs to Christ and becomes a new creation.
This is how lecturer Jacques Malan of Mukhanyo started the teaching on Saturday 20 August at a seminar held at the KwaMhlanga campus. This seminar was the second entitled: Christian Character. It was based on one of the modules of Mukhanyo’s FOCUS programme. The second speaker was Rev. Paul Mahlangu, also a Mukhanyo lecturer.
Mukhanyo is “An academic institution with a missional heart!” For this reason, we also host day conferences to serve the spiritual needs of people in local churches and the community at large.
On Saturday 26 March 2022, a ladies’ conference was held at KwaMhlanga campus with the theme “Biblical Womanhood”. Corné Loots from Revive our Hearts South Africa was the main speaker. She spoke about “A woman’s identity in God”.
The Theological Education Association of Southern Africa, in conjunction with Mukhanyo Theological College, will host the 11th annual consultation on 14 - 16 June 2022 at the Woord in Aksie Kampterrein just north of Pretoria.
The theme this year will be “Serving the Church in Bible Education” with many valuable keynote topics and workshops. Registration will open in April. To preregister or for more information, visit www.teasa.co.za/.