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The Centre for Contextual Ministry is now associated with the Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria. It is part of the University of Pretoria's community outreach and service programme. The Centre operates on a personnel budget sponsored by several institutions, local churches and individual Christians. The Centre was founded by Prof Nel in 1992 and established in 1993 as part of the then Vista University.

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Pastors and other leaders in key positions who enrol for these courses register as students in the Continuing Education program of the University of Pretoria. The courses themselves were developed by experts in specific fields from different universities and theological backgrounds. Where possible, these experts also help present the courses.

The mission of the Centre for Contextual Ministry is to train and equip Christian leaders who are in full or part time ministry to minister effectively to the membership of local churches in order to prepare Christians in all walks of life to make a difference to the coming of the Kingdom of God in their context and in the South African society as a whole.

The goals of the Division for Contextual Ministry includes the following:

  • Ongoing and further theological in -service training of pastors and key leaders from any denomination in the understanding and use of the Bible and ministry skills that are contextually relevant to the communication of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
  • Research into the development of contextual ministries with the aim of building up and edifying the local church in the South African community as a whole.
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