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Registration open for the TEASA Bible College Consultation on 14-16 June 2022

Registration is now open for the TEASA Bible College Consultation on 14-16 June 2022.  The theme this year is Serving the Church in Bible Education, based on feedback from previous years.  See for further details. We have an excellent roster of experienced speakers this year!

Keynote sessions in 2022 (plus many relevant breakout workshops):

- Theological Education in Service of the African Church - Dr Brian DeVries

- Promoting Church Reformation Though Bible Education - Prof. Joseph Mutei

- The History of Bible Education and the African Church - Prof. Hoffie Hofmeyr


- Developing Servant Leaders Through Formal Education - Dr Charlie Rampfumedzi

- Assessment: Are We Training Faithful Church Leaders? - Dr Richard Seed

- Equipping Future Leaders for Gospel Witness in Society - Dr James Krohn


- Mentoring Godly Men for Leadership in Church & Education - Pst. Ronald Kalifungwa

- Defending the Church as an “Essential Service” in Society - Dr Anton Knoetze

- The Urgency of Theological Education for Church and Society - Prof. Joseph Mutei



Click here for online registration: Registration Form (


Each educational institution in southern Africa that has registered participants before 31 May will be given space for a display table and be invited to give a presentation about their ministry.


Thanks to the generosity of several donors, each consultation participant will again receive several free books, and all Bible colleges/schools in attendance will be given a stack of additional library resources.  A large selection of quality books – both new and used – will be available for purchase at reasonable prices.


There are also some funds available to assist partially with the fees for participants from schools with financial constraints.  Please contact Helen Masina This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


As many of you know, this event is usually attended each year by representatives from many theological institutions and Bible colleges across Southern Africa. Last year we had to cap attendance at only 100 participants, but now there are no limits so we expect many more this year. Many people have become zoomed-out and are tired of online conferences; they want in-person discussion and fellowship. So we will follow protocols and continue with this event.


Pray with us for another wonderful year of fellowship and mutual learning. Please forward this email to all your contacts who are involved in Bible education in Africa.





Dr Brian DeVries, Principal

Mukhanyo Theological College

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