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Romans 14

Romans 14 John Child, GWC lecturer, Christian Doctrine; Ethics; Pastoral Studies BA (Rhodes), Dip Th (BISA), BD Hons (London), MTh (UNISA). One of the main reasons Paul wrote Romans was to address the Jew-Gentile issue, particularly in Romans 9-11 and 14-15, though we see this throughout the early...

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Sowing Gospel Seeds in Soweto

Q&A with alumnus, Musawenkosi Ntinga, head pastor of Christ Central Soweto Q:  What led to the planting of Christ Central Soweto? A:  The idea of Christ Central Soweto was born from a desire by Sowetans from Hope Church to see a gospel centered church in their...

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Seeds for Hope – Legacy and Bequest Giving

GWC’s legacy and bequest programme is named Seeds for Hope. The ‘seeds’ represent the gospel message planted by our alumni as they communicate the gospel throughout Africa and across the world. The ‘Hope’ refers to the gift of eternal life that all are guaranteed, through...

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Lesotho Ministry Week 2018

A seventeen-member strong missions team from GWC and St Peter’s Church, Fish Hoek, headed by Ross Anderson and comprising mostly GWC students, spent a week in Lesotho over the September break, ministering to five rural churches in this mountain kingdom.  The main focus areas of...

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GWC welcomes Drs Dick and Caroline Seed

GWC is pleased to welcome Drs Dick and Caroline Seed to the College under the auspices of Church Mission Society (UK) and in association with OCA’s Africa Mile Deep programme.  Their key areas of focus will be among GWC’s postgraduate students within the Evangelical Research Fellowship...

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‘Explore’ training reaches African Honey Bee in Kwambonambi

An unusual alliance between GWC and African Honey Bee led to the remote town of Kwambonambi, north of Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal  where group leaders, who are being trained by African Honey Bee in the art of bee keeping, attended an Explore training seminar from...

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The Hope Motlhope Student Centre set to impact residential learning

The Hope Motlhope Student Centre was officially opened in August by the present and former principals of the College, Dr Mark Dickson and Dr David Seccombe. This new development represents a substantial investment in residential theological education by the College and its supporters. Some might...