We are very excited to welcome Marius to our team!
Marius de Villiers is an ordained minister of the Baptist Union of South Africa. He comes from a marketing and business background but has felt called to Christian ministry in 2004. He graduated from the seminary 2009 with a B.Min. He also graduated in 2013 with an MBA at the University of Stellenbosch and completed his Masters in Practical Theology at the University of Pretoria in 2015. His research interest includes Practical Theology subjects, Leadership, Financial Counselling and Marginal Religious Movements. Marius has been teaching part-time at the Cape Town Baptist Seminary (CTBS) since 2010. He then joined CTBS fulltime in January 2014 as the Foundation Director and Lecturer.
We need your help! We need to fulfill 217 Christmas boxes.
(197 orphans and 20 caregivers) Up to date we have 88!
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There are 48.5 million orphans in Africa. The majority of orphans originate from losing parents to Malaria, HIV, AIDS and poverty. Many of the children are born infected and as these children grow older and have children of their own, they will die, leaving their children orphaned just as they were.
Because of limited medical and educational influences in their lives, the cycle of disease continues to affect each generation.
Hands on Africa aims to help the people of Africa to help themselves. HOA train and employ local people to take care of the orphans and widows. At the Bible Seminaries pastors are trained to preach the Gospel effectively, to disciple those who come to Christ and to plant churches to accommodate these new believers. The Masters graduates are already involved in lecturing in the Bible Seminaries and they ate establishing satellite schools.
Hands on Africa dedicate all of their time and
resources to help the people of Africa break the cycle.
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