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African Christian College exists to glorify God by equipping students for excellent service in God’s kingdom. Out of this mission grows a vision of a transformed continent through the power of God and well-prepared leaders.
We are responding to Africa’s challenges by preparing visionary leaders of integrity, equipped with a deep knowledge of the Bible and the world about them. Graduates must be equipped to serve broadly; scattered like salt among the rich, the poor; the educated, the unschooled; the violent, the peaceful. Such equipping requires more than “book knowledge” or even knowledge of the Book. It requires formation and motivation by the Spirit of Christ.
Excellence drives our mission, especially when it comes to providing quality, Christian education to prepare Africa’s future community, church, and business leaders.
We attract high-caliber students eager to learn and make a difference in the world. We strive to secure the best educators to teach, dedicated trustees to govern, and experienced staff to lead.
Since 1967 students have come to our campus in the Kingdom of Swaziland from throughout Southern and Eastern Africa. Currently, our students are from eight nations from South Africa north to Kenya. Alumni now serve in over a dozen countries.
We are encouraged by the increasing enrollment of married and single African women in our degree programmes. Currently, over a quarter of our students are female. We award Bachelor of Theology degrees with majors in counselling, leadership, and ministry.
African Christian College has deep roots in the Church of Christ and a history of church support, involvement and oversight. A committed Board of Trustees from around the world effectively governs the college.
The generosity of many donors, congregations, and foundations move the vision forward. Individuals from all walks of life donate funds monthly to equip faithful Christian leaders. Additionally, we strive to be a truly African college — not totally or primarily dependent on outside funds. As part of that vision, our sustainability plan also includes our 14,000 macadamia trees and other successful strategies.