The Tree of Life Project was begun to help provide for the sustainability of the college and include 14,000 macadamia nut trees.
Men and women earn degrees on our campus. Over eight African countries are represented on our campus from Swaziland and South Africa up to Kenya and Uganda. Students don’t just study– they also enjoy a variety of activities — from soccer and volleyball, to service projects and bonfires.
The Tree of Life Project includes the management of over 14,000 macadamia nut trees on our campus. This project is one of our strategies for financial sustainability.
Our academic programme combines classroom learning with hands-on practice. Students earn a Bachelor Theology (BTh) degree with majors in Ministry, Counselling, and Leadership.
The Brazell Student Centre includes a large meeting area, a lounge, and the campus cafeteria. Centrally-located on campus, the student centre is home to table tennis games, meals, worship, watching TV, and hanging out together.