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The Broughton Knox Study Centre – at the heart of GWC

GWC’s library, housed in the Broughton Knox Study Centre, currently holds approximately 66000 volumes, which are constantly weeded and added to in accordance with the specialist study needs of GWC faculty and postgraduate students. Due to the library’s growth, the current purpose-built and long-serving Library...

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Faculty represent GWC at the Society of Biblical Literature conference

The Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) is one of the premier scholarly communities in the world, engaging in research on the Bible and theology. Each year the international conference draws nearly ten thousand scholars from around the world together, of various faith backgrounds (various types...

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Reflections on the Johannesburg Bible College conference

Towards the end of January, faculty member Rev Phumezo Masango was privileged to be invited to speak at the annual Johannesburg Bible College Conference. The Conference, held at JBC’s Soweto and Auckland Park campuses, was targeted towards the leaders who are training others in different...

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ICETE conference tackles theological education across Africa

In October 2018, GWC faculty member Dr Vuyani Sindo attended the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE) Triennial conference in Panama City, Panama, which hosted around 434 participants, representing 69 countries, from over 266 institutions. The aim of this conference was to consider the...

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What is Women’s Ministry?

Ministry to women is fundamentally Word ministry. Here at GWC we teach the Bible to women so that they would ‘be transformed by the renewing of their minds’ (Rom 12:3). We endeavour to raise up strong theologians for the church who are thoroughly engaged in...

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GWC Alumni – spreading the Gospel

George Whitefield College was pleased to be able to graduate twenty-three students from our accredited programmes and thirty-one Explore students at our graduation ceremony at the end of 2018. While a handful of students are pursuing studies in other fields, and some of our graduates...

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GWC Matriculation 2019

GWC held its annual matriculation service on 14th March. This event marks the formal entry of new students and faculty into the academic fellowship of the College. Every matriculant’s name is entered into the College’s official register GWC Matriculation 2019 as an indication of their...

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Principal Matters

The first quarter of the year has seen much progress for the College, both here in Muizenberg as well outside of South Africa. Locally speaking, our larger than usual group of first years have shown great desire to knuckle down and do all that is...

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Living in Hope

Our students are enjoying living in the new Hope Motlhope Student Centre. “I live in single female accommodation on the second floor of the Hope Centre”, says second year BTh student, Amanda Pungula. “I’ve found that living in the Hope Centre, in a community of other single Christian women,...

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