A Celebration of Cultural Difference

CULTURE! Lots of images spring to mind at the mention of the word. Dancing, singing, dress, language, food, etc. It can be truly said that the culture of a community is like the tip of an iceberg; what you see represents a bigger structure underneath of beliefs and values. In light of this, there is no way outsiders can appreciate another society without observing the rudiments of their culture. African Christian College, being a multicultural community, emphasizes on cultural tolerance through education of the different cultures represented here. Our Culture Day is one of the ways we do. Stella Feremanga narrates her experience of the day. Waal, what a beautiful night it was during the ACC Culture Day. The United States of America Read More

A Better Harvest – Sydney Mhango

It is a rare opportunity to get a chat with Operations Manager Sydney Mhango. His busy schedule makes it hard for him to be found in one place for a long period of time. So I had to grasp the only chance I could get to talk with him. It is a Wednesday evening and he is talking a walk with his family through the macadamia orchard. He invites me to walk with him as we have the conversation about the just ended macadamia nut season. A few paces behind us you could hear the soft voices and giggles of his wife, Misozi, and their youngest son, Mluleki. I feel a bit awkward to have interrupted this precious family time, so I do my best to keep the conversation as succinct and precise as possible. From the beginning, he makes it clear that this Read More

On Knowledge and Integrity – Collen Ngwarati

Greetings dear reader. We are very pleased to bring you an exclusive today from a former student. Collen Ngwarati is currently pursuing his Master's in Divinity with Abilene Christian University (ACU). He shares with us his views on knowledge and integrity and their vitality for Bible preachers and teachers. Knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful and at the same time integrity without knowledge is weak and useless. Combining these two within the same individual will produce a perfect being and lacking either will make one be like a half-baked cake. As students and aspiring teachers of the word, we ought to walk the talk and talk the walk as either affects and influence the other in “lex orandi, lex credendi and lex Read More