All posts by: Mariëtte

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The Network for African Congregational Theology (NetACT) links Presbyterian and Reformed theological institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Prof. Jurgens Hendriks, a founding member of NetACT, writes about the establishment of NetACT: “The idea for such a networking association originated during a meeting of the Overseas Council in Nairobi, Kenya in February 2000, while discussing the relationship […]

A most beautiful country The vast country of Namibia consists of inaccessible deserts and sparsely populated arid regions. The total population is about 2.5 million, with the most densely populated parts located in the north. The country hosts a variety of spectacular natural attractions, like the dunes around Sossusvlei in the Namib-Naukluft National Park, the […]

If you have not seen your family for a long time and you are used to seeing them at least once a year, it is bad if it has been two years since you could hang out. But luckily there is something like WhatsApp and Zoom! And so it was on Monday afternoon when members […]

The first 30 bags of rice are transported to the boat from Pemba to Namau in Northeastern Mozambique.   The Barnabas Fund ( in the United Kingdom is a relief organization with a passion for the church in need and tribulation worldwide. On their website it says, “Barnabas stands alongside our Christian brothers and sisters […]

The five new theology graduates and their wifes We want to congratulate our sister church in Malawi, the CCAP Nkhoma on the five new theological students who graduated on Saturday 23 May at the Josophat Mwale Theological Institute (JMTI). They are Gerald Chinkoka, Yohane Kamwendo, Peter Mawonde, Ackim Mgundadzuwa and Tarrent Mwanza and will be […]

The RCA (Reformed Church in Africa) had their Ministers Retreat from 11 to 13 August this year at Camperdown in KwaZulu-Natal. It was facilitated by our CTAM (Committee for Training and Admission into the Ministry), their curatorium. It was a privilege that our Modertor, Rev. Kovilan Moodley and the Secretary of our CTAM, Dr Gideon […]

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 […]

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