The EXPLORE Course
George Whitefield College

The Explore Correspondence Course is an 8-module programme aimed at deepening knowledge of God and His plan for the world.

The course is aimed at equipping grassroots pastors, lay leaders and congregations. Explore may be studied on your own, at your own pace, or within a small group with others. Explore students are located in many countries in Africa and are receiving high quality theological education that they would otherwise not have access to.

Nevil Carrington, a member of St Peters, is managing this program. The program is hosted by George Whitefield College and is expanding throughout the continent. For more information, please visit: EXPLORE or contact Nevil at

Eugene & Dawn Reynecke

Eugene has a church planting ministry & a rural Bible School where he trains the pastors. He is also involved in building houses for other missionaries who have come to Mozambique & getting them settled. Dawn teaches and ministers to the women in Espungabera and the villages. They are missionary team leaders in their area.

Carol & Greg Phillips
Mukhanyo Theological College

Greg is lecturing and is also the Academic Registrar for Mukhanyo Theological College. Mukhanyo Theological College is a multi-denominational Christian academic institution, that provides in-depth Bible training to church leaders and young people who want to prepare themselves for the ministry of God’s Word.

Greg shares about his vision for his ministry at Mukhanyo:

To contribute to the strengthening of the church in Africa in the training of pastors, Christian workers, and African theologians, primarily in formal tertiary theological education. My vision includes post-graduate theological education because of my concern to see African theological institutions staffed by more qualified and sound African theologians, and less dependent on Western theologians.

Rod & Glenda Thomas
Sendai, Japan

The Thomas's work to strengthen and grow the church in Japan through outreach events, providing biblical teaching, and in practical support ministries (such as relief work after a tsunami)

The Thomas’s describe their vision: “We want to see the great commission fulfilled in Japan. To that end the word of God must be faithfully and regularly preached to everybody. This is best done through a Japanese church. My role is mainly to feed the Sendai church the word of God so that it becomes joyful, bold and evangelistic and a sharp instrument in the hand of the Lord.”

Cricket Meyer
Khayelitsha & Malawi

Cricket works with Uyesu Unathi in Khayelitsha and as teacher trainer with Ana A Yesu in Malawi. She has many years of experience in children’s ministries and school based ministries.

” To share God’s word through Bible study and counselling in less fortunate areas like Khayelitsha as well as training the pre-school teachers in the Samuti village in Malawi in order for them to best teach the little ones, not only in academics but more importantly, how to bring Jesus into the classroom. Sharing the gospel and allowing God to use me in the different situations in both Khayelitsha and Malawi.”

Ana A Yesu