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GWC is an accredited theological college based in Cape Town, South Africa.
GWC equips Christian men and women for ministry in Africa and the rest of the world.

We offer engaging programmes in Theology, the core subjects being Doctrine, Biblical Languages, Church History and the much neglected discipline of Biblical Theology.

One of the distinctive features of GWC is the advantage of living in a diverse community of some fifteen African nationalities.

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THEOLOGY

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THEOLOGY HONOURS

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THEOLOGY DEGREE

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The Role Of Scripture In Children’s Mental Health

The Role Of Scripture In Children’s Mental Health

by Niki Hodson
Due to the global pandemic, mental health issues among young people and children have increased by as much as 31% (Panchal et al, 2021)[1] and although psychology has a necessary part to play, we shouldn’t underestimate the crucial role of scripture in helping our children and youth through these difficult times. When Children’s Thinking Becomes Faulty

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Ross Anderson – Retirement 31 July 2021

Ross Anderson – Retirement 31 July 2021

The Bible calls us in Romans 12:13 to share with and support God’s people in need. The devastating events that occurred in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Gauteng in July this year created an amazing opportunity for the body of Christ – the Church – to actively work together in compassion, generosity and love towards those who have been worst affected. What started with a few Western Cape REACH churches

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PSALM 27. WAIT FOR THE LORD

PSALM 27. WAIT FOR THE LORD

PSALM 27. WAIT FOR THE LORD
by The Rev Ross Anderson
If David is the author of this Psalm, the context is probably his pursuit by Saul (his king) or his flight from Absalom (his son). Whoever they are, he says his enemies are “evil men” who want to kill him (v2, cf. v12). He testifies that his confidence and security rest in the Lord (v1), so he overcomes his fear (v3).

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