This annual event is meant for leaders and lecturers of Bible Schools, Bible Colleges, Theological Seminaries and related institutions. We wish to bring people from different evangelical organisations and denominations together to reflect on different aspects and sometimes challenges of theological education.
This year our focus will be on Mission and Theological training. Should we still consider Mission in our Theological institutions and training today? Come and join us as we consider this together and hear from others with experience.
All those involved in Bible training are welcome!
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There is a great need for good counselling in the churches these days.
You probably know of a married couple who can’t get along, a father who can’t cope since his son took his own life, a church member who is still struggling to get free from an addiction or a young person wondering what God’s will is for his life.
God has the answers, but those people can’t find them. We believe that the Lord will use the seminar to lead us to being better biblical counsellors for needy persons even in our churches.
Venue: Mukhanyo Theological College; Plot 1 Solomon Mahlangu Drive; KwaMhlanga.
Date and Time: Saturday 10 March 2018, 10:00 – 16:00
Fee: R50 per person, including lunch.
Speakers: Rev William den Hollander. William den Hollander was born in The Netherlands where he qualified and served as a school teacher. At age 26 he emigrated to Canada where he continued his teaching career, including a term as Principal. He then studied Theology and obtained an M.Div. at the Canadian Reformed Seminary, after which he pastored several congregations. He retired in 2012, but continues to regularly preach and he serves on various boards, including the Christian Counselling Centre. He is mar- ried to Gertie and has 9 children and 45 grandchildren.
Books: Christian books will be for sale for cash.
Registration: Before Tuesday 6 March, if possible, for catering purposes. Contact Lindiwe at: firstname.lastname@example.org or at 013-947 2179 / 074-1399 348