Dr. Carley Dodd Expresses His Impression About ACC

We are pleased to introduce to you our visiting lecturer, Dr. Carley H. Dodd who, for the past two weeks, has been teaching a class on Leadership Foundations. Dr. Dodd holds a BA, MA from Abilene Christian University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma. He is Professor of Communication, author of 13 books, 150 articles/papers, and consultant/speaker. He has been married for 48 years to Ada, with whom they have 4 children and 7 grandchildren. He is an elder at the Southern Hills church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, USA. He shared with us his impression about ACC and these are his words. I have been privileged to teach undergraduate and graduate students at three universities over the past 40 years. In accepting an invitation from Read More

ACC Flag Flies High in Sports Games

Beloved reader, it is indeed a good week for African Christian College. As you may know, we are back in class for our mid-mesters that will last until September. We are excited to be hosting two visiting and outstanding lecturers who are doing amazing work in their fields of study at Abilene Christian University in USA. We have Professor Carley Dodd who is taking our Organisational Leadership and Bible & Ministry majors on Leadership Foundations. We also are blessed to have Dr Robert Rhodes who is teaching our Counselling majors on School Guidance and Counselling. They are both here with their families and we are blessed to have them with us for the next two weeks. As great as that is, you will recall that last week Saturday we Read More

“I want to ensure that all trees are cared for” – Ntombi Malinga

When you are on the campus side of African Christian College, you mostly miss the chance to interact and appreciate the people who, through their hard work and dedication, work tirelessly in the Tree of Life (TOL) to make the college what is it. These women and men leave their homes early in the morning each working day to come and labour in the farm for one common goal – the growth of the institution through the TOL. We, as the blog team, are fortunate enough to have the chance to interact with them, and today we introduce to you Ntombi Malinga. Make Ntombi, from Gege in the Shiselweni region, came to us exactly 10 years ago as one of our casual workers. She is a married woman with two children, a girl and a boy. It was not only her Read More