No tools, no work! Thembie Mduli’s work in the Tree of Life

Imagine reporting for work in the morning, getting instructions for what you have to do and the specific tools you will need only to discover that there are no tools to work with. There would be no work that day and no food on the table at the end of the month. Many we forget the importance of people tasked with making sure that the tools used to work are kept safe and returned after work. Sometimes we overlook the fact that without these people, we might have no tools left. Today we meet Make Mdluli, an employee in the Tree of Life who works in the stores department where she keeps stock of tools. “Everyone goes via me every morning,” she says with a proud yet humble smile, “to get the tools they need to do their various jobs for the Read More


By Vuyo Adams (Swaziland), first year student (2016) Despite the discouragements from some people that I was too young to study God’s word and fully serve him, I managed to make my way to African Christian College. I had to contemplate on the words from 1 Timothy 4:12 which says, “Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.” (NLT) It did not take me a long time to decide to come to ACC. I only knew about the school last year through an alumnus, Gcin’umuzi Colin Dlamini. Initially, I was torn between two ideas, studying Law or Theology. With these two considerations at hand, I finally decided to come to Read More

Building a Strong Church for Future Generations

In the absence of knowledge, people perish (Hosea 4:6). Duncan Ojiambo, a 2012 alumnus, refuses to sit and watch his fellow Ugandans perish from lack of knowledge by taking steps to enlighten people and by helping bring development to communities. He has helped the Budhonga Church of Christ establish a nursery and primary school to improve their educational status. He has distributed Bibles in communities where he teaches development and environmental conversation. And Ojiambo teaches the gospel, and New Life Behaviour International lessons in schools and on the local radio each week. “Ministry is mostly having a caring heart,” said Ojiambo. “My focus is to build a strong church for future generations.” Ojiambo is currently a Read More