“Christian Leadership in the Context of Suffering”
Times: 8am -3pm / evening session 18h30 -21h00
Cost: R50 (student rate – R25)
RSVP: Charlene (011) 830 0820, or fill in the form below
Pastor Frank Chikane
is the current President of the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) International Church. He is a well-known & respected clergyman who was also an anti-Apartheid activist, a member of the UDF and an NEC member of the African National Congress, Director-General in the Office of the President; Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies in the University of Cape Town; Honorary President of the Nebo Youth Congress and Co-ordinator of the Institute of Contextual Theology and the former General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). Pastor Chikane launched his latest book: “Eight Days in September: The Removal of Thabo Mbeki” on March 15, 2012, giving a captivating, behind-the-scenes account of the removal of Thabo Mbeki as the President of South African in September 2008, and the book also explores President Mbeki’s legacy.
Revd. Siegfried Ngubane
has a Masters of Theology in Missiology from South African Theological Seminary, in Johannesburg. He previously worked as a lecturer in African Church Planting & Leadership Ministries at George Whitefield College in Muizenberg, Cape Town. Prior to serving at GWC he was pastoring a local Church of England in South Africa in Mandela Park at Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
He is now the current CEO of an international mission organisation called Serving In Mission (SIM) in Cape Town where he lives with his family. He contributed a chapter to a book on majority world ministry (“The Context of Ministry in South Africa: HIV/AIDS”, in A Different Perspective. Sydney: OCA Books, 2006).
Open Doors is an international Christian ministry that facilitates, mobilises and strengthens the local Church and persecuted believers in over 45 of the most restrictive countries in the world so that they are equipped to reach out and spread the Gospel. OD has been serving the persecuted believers globally for over 57yrs.