Gemeentes kan gerus hierdie belangwekkende verklaring van die SARK deel op hulle gemeenteblaaie of 'n kopie daarvan beskikbaar maak vir gemeentelede om te lees. Dit is uiters noodsaaklik dat gemeentes ingelig word tov die stem van die ekumeniese kerk oor staatskaping...
The Faculty of Theology of Stellenbosch University is offering a three-year scholarship for prospective doctoral students who wish to specialise in New Testament studies. The continuation of the scholarship of R15 000 per year, is subject to satisfactory progress in...
The Faculty of Theology of Stellenbosch are pleased to announce a modular M Th in Practical Theology for 2011. The course will focus on the building of missional and ministerial leadership capacity. Research done in congregations of the Partnership for Missional...
South Africa: The Good News
We are excited to be able to let you know that Dallas Willard will be in Cape Town from 8-13 August 2010. This is really an opportunity not to be missed!! Please Download full programme and registration form.
DVD – Lewe die Gestuurde Roeping
DVD’s kan bestel word van die Lewe die Gestuurde Roeping konferensie Hierdie is ‘n uitstekende hulpmiddel vir gemeentes wat met leiers gesprekke wil voer oor wat dit beteken om Gestuur te wees in Suider Afrika. Die volle pakket van 3 DVD’s kos R150,00 posgeld ingesluit. Bestellings kan geplaas word by Sharon firstname.lastname@example.org of 021-8083381
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What can we learn from the fist 5 years of SAPMC? 2004-2009
2009 is a year full of celebrations. We celebrate Calvin’s 500 birthdays this year. At Stellenbosch we celebrate the 150th year of Theology. These are such big events that our celebration of the five years of PMC in Southern Africa is almost insignificant. It should serve us a warning that what we do this week is within a much larger historical perspective. In the tradition of H Richard Niebuhr I see my task not to give you a historical overview of events in the formation the founding and growth of SAPMC but to ask questions about God, and to be more specific about the in breaking of the reign of God into historical events, into the everyday life’s of ordinary people in Southern Africa. I do this with great humbleness, it is not our history, it is not our church it is not kingdom, it is Gods story, the Kingdom of God and of cause Gods people.
Day 1 was a day of listening to incredible stories of missional breakthroughs. The storytelling was honest and connected to reality, but at the same time it filled with hope. More than once it was mentioned that there was HOPE in the air.