Most of the Mukhanyo staff are deeply committed to church and welfare work in addition to their full-time or part-time roles at Mukhanyo. Many lecturers are regularly preaching, incorporating what they are teaching their students on weekdays.
Mukhanyo frequently invites visiting professors to present intensive courses. Most undergraduate and postgraduate courses are taught during weekly classes for two semesters annually. However, in the second half of 2023, the following intensive modules are planned:
Although weak internet connectivity at each campus has been a longstanding challenge, it has now been resolved. However, new challenges have emerged, such as the need for improved security and a more reliable power supply.
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.
Mukhanyo has reached its 30th year of training Christian leaders to be witnesses of Christ. There are now thousands of alumni across South Africa and in Southern Africa.
“Do we make a difference?” “Is our time, efforts and money well spent?” These questions were asked at our recent Annual General Meeting on 22 April, in Pretoria. The answer was a wholehearted “Yes!”. The annual report, presented by our director, Dr Brian DeVries, confirmed this by sharing the following information: