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Leadership Development at Bunda Bible College

Anglican Aid is partnering with Bunda Bible College to provide scholarships for students to study Theology. Some of these men and women are from the local Diocese of Mara, and others from rural areas across Tanzania. Many of them are already leaders and evangelists in their home churches but without any formal training. The scholarships cover travel, food, accommodation, books and medical care.

Staff Housing Project at Bunda Bible College

Anglican Aid is supporting the Bible College in a building project to provide housing for their teaching staff on the campus. Living onsite will free up more time for preparation for teaching and also bring the opportunity to build deeper relationships with the students. Permanent housing will also reduce rental costs for the College.

Planning for the future

Anglican Aid is also assisting with the running costs for the College and helping them develop long term business projects to become financially sustainable.

 

Prayer Points
  • Pray for safekeeping as classes continue after COVID-19.
  • For new students in the upcoming academic year.
  • For Theological Education in Tanzania
  • For the College to have its own website and reliable internet.
College life at Bunda Bible College

In the ten years since its formation (founded 2010), the college has gone from strength to strength and has established itself as one of the most strategic and well-equipped Bible colleges in Tanzania and has attracted students from different dioceses. This brings together men and women from different tribes, backgrounds, and church traditions, which greatly enriches their spiritual growth and fellowship. They are all committed to Biblical evangelical teaching and fellowship, and gain practical ministry experience in local churches in Bunda or nearby villages.

The college has water and electricity connected, though both of these supplies can be problematical at times. The library is one of the best in Tanzania with 7000 books, and students all learn to use the library computers. The unstable internet connection sometimes restricts internet research.

Over the years, more buildings (dining room, dormitories, a chapel, staff houses, offices, and a library) have been added, and the college also has its own agricultural projects (cows, pigs, and a vegetable garden).

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