Surprisingly High Interest in Daytime Classes
Mukhanyo’s Rustenburg Advanced Learning Centre has experienced a good start to the year. There has been a surprisingly high intake of daytime students. A year ago, there were only a few daytime students, but this year there are nine new Higher Certificate students. We thank the Lord for this development.
Why study at Mukhanyo? South Africa has over fifty unaccredited Bible colleges. Add to this the colleges and seminaries linked to specific denominations, church study groups, as well as several public universities with theological faculties. There are many opportunities in South Africa to study the Bible, and we thank God for the religious freedom we enjoy.
Registration is now open for the annual Theological Education Association of Southern Africa (TEASA) consultation on 14–16 June 2022. This year’s theme is “Serving the Church in Bible Education” with many valuable keynote topics and workshops.
Visit www.teasa.co.za to register.
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”.