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Most students never had the opportunity to receive education of a higher level if any at all. They are motivated and sacrifice a lot to live and study in our very basic facilities. 75% of their studies are sponsored and it is really a challenge for them to raise the 25 % that they are responsible for because most of these students don't earn much money (if any at all).

 

 Malawi Seminary was started in 2006 with 13 students and we opened a second Seminary in Malawi in November 2013 and the student body have grown to 700 students with another 500 on a waiting list. We had our first two Masters graduates in July 2017 (the first female Masters graduate in Hands on Africa Seminaries' history). Gift Chaula (one of the Masters graduates) is now lecturing at the Malawi seminary. Our greatest challenge was to supply these students with study materials and we now provide students a tablet with a library of books, allowing them sufficient resources for research and extended education.

 

It is a huge privilege to be used by God to impact the lives of the students, of whom the majority is already pastors or spiritual leaders of a church. It is with great excitement that we are looking forward to see how God will shape most of them according to His plan and purpose for their lives and ministry, resulting into much Kingdom fruit through them. We already hear many incredible testimonies form students whose lives and ministries have been impacted.

 

 

   

 Watch this video to see what God has done in the Malawi Bible School during these past years.

 Watch this testomony of Malawi Seminary Student

 

Another testimony of Malawi Student

 

 

For more information on our seminary in Malawi please e-mail us at   seminary@handsonafrica.com

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