An article I wrote for Tabor Adelaide MTC’s blog “Manna” on the teaching I am currently doing in Zambia …
After classes for the semester at Tabor Adelaide concluded two weeks ago, fellow lecturer Matt Gray and I out flew out to Zambia. With us are SA pastor Jenny (a Tabor Adelaide graduate), WA pastor Mick (who also teaches at Tabor Perth), and WA church leader Mark. We’re here to teach pastors and leaders as part of a partnership established between Australian and Zambian Baptists. The Zambian Church has asked us Aussies to help with theological education, and the goal is to set up a program that both teaches foundational courses to a wider group of pastors and leaders and also trains a smaller group of those students to become teachers of those courses into the future.
This is my third visit to this beautiful country, and it is wonderful to have Matt join the team this year. I’m teaching in Kabwe, a town of about…
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Very nice piece â what touched me is these peopleâs hunger for God and his word.
Love and prayers for these final days,
Rev Russell Bartlett
Accreditation and Formation Facilitator
Baptist Churches of South Australia
PO Box 432,Unley SA 5061
08 8357 1755 (M) 0403 177 157
This is sooo freaky…..my husband and I are developing a computer game for commercial release and I’ve come looking for cools images of forests. I came across this neat image looking torwards the ocean from a small forest canopy and when I clicked in it to enlarge I saw your name…..I thought no I can’t be….I come to the site and there you are!!! How freaky! Hope you have been doing well. Some amazing images in here that’s for sure! I said to Rich I went to school with you so how freaky is that huh!
Hope all is well.
Shez (Sheralon Bishop, now Dunn)