Manasse Matiquele Received his Doctorate Degree

Reverend Manasse Matiquele, the Rector of HEFSIBA, Institute for Christian Higher Education (ICHE) in Mozambique (http://bit.ly/2Wx4gwh), received his Doctorate in Theology from the North West University in Potchefstroom on Friday 24th of May 2019. This was a historic moment as it was the first pastor from the Reformed Church in Mozambique to receive a Doctorate […]

Congratulations on your PhD graduation Dr Miguel Nobre

We congratulate Dr Nobre, lecturer at HEFSIBA in Northwest-Mozambique with his PhD that he received from the Faculty of Theology, North West University, Potchefstroom Campus on 18 July 2019. His thesis was about “The calling of the Reformed Church in Mozambique towards gender equality in church and society.” Miguel Nobre was born in Central Mozambique […]

A happy reunion!

Three programme coordinators: (see photo from left to right) Jurgens Hendriks from the NetACT Office in Stellenbosch, Japhet Ndhlovu from the United Church in Canada (UCC) and Nico Mostert from the NetACT Office in Bloemfontein met in March 2019 in Stellenbosch. Let’s first introduce Japhet Ndhlovu. Born and educated in Zambia, he served as General […]

A dream come true

Photo: Elna Mouton with Rev. Dawid Botha (94) whose father was one of the pioneer missionaries among the Tiv people in Nigeria in (1911 and following years). The Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) Mkar is a NetACT member representing the Church of Christ in the Sudan Among the Tiv (NKST) [Nongo u Kristu u ken Sudan […]

African Theology Consultation in Nairobi, 7-10 Februarie 2019

Photo from left to right: Prof. Benno van den Toren (Professor of Intercultural Theology at the PThU in Groningen, the Netherlands; Project Leader and Editor in Chief); Prof. Issiaka Coulibaly (President of FATEAC and Professor of Theology in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; Francophone West Africa Regional Editor); Rev. Sam Bussey (Doctoral Student in Intercultural Theology at […]

NetACT welcomes the OCRPL as its latest associate member

Photo: NetACT Executive Director, Prof. Len Hansen and OCRPL Co-Dean of studies, Dr Chris Sugden (in the middle, back row), with a group of Master’s in Theology students from St. Frumentius Ethiopian Orthodox Theological College during a research methodology course presented during September 2018 in Makele, Ethiopia.   Founded in 2001, the mission of the OCRPL […]

LIVE JUSTLY

This book is one of those MUST HAVE books. It contains a series of group studies to help you live justly in six key areas of life: advocacy, prayer, consumption, generosity, relationships and creation care. They are designed to help you and those in your community in your pursuit of biblical justice – whether that’s […]