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A new year with many new challenges
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BISA prepares you for Mission & Ministry
but exactly what is our mission at BISA?
Training students for Ministry & Mission in Africa and the World
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The start of a Theological Journey

I was born and raised in Knysna in 1998 into a Christian home. My parents divorced when I was four but my dad was not a part of my life for 15 years because he lived overseas. I struggled visually at school and it was discovered that I have Kjer’s syndrome, which meant that my optic nerve was deteriorating...
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I wasn’t allowed to believe in God, because of my tattoos and earrings

I was born into a loving home in Pretoria, to a single mom with uncles and a granddad as my role models. Growing up I was in church every Sunday, from 5 days old. My father was abusive and drank heavily and only played a minor role in my life...
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Quick Info

I’ve been motivated to grow

I was born into a Christian home and grew up in the church so I was constantly supported and encouraged in my walk with Christ. I committed my life to the lord when I was 10 and was baptised when I was 14. I have a passion for music and for children so God opened doors for me to play the piano and get involved with worship and various children and youth ministries...
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Company Manager turns Church Planter

Hebert Mahuni was born in 1982 in Harare, Zimbabwe, one of nine children. A clerical error gave Hebert his name, which was meant to be Herbert. His father was a road construction worker who moved around with the Ministry of Transport, giving Hebert exposure to different cultures and geographical places. Hebert gave his life to Christ when he was 12 years old and was baptised in the Ruya River...
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If you are thinking of coming to Bible School you need to know the background and the ethos of that school. Here’s ours…

  • "BI has been a great blessing to me in a way that words cannot explain. I do not regret coming to BI at all. I have experiences growth in my life, especially in handling the Word of God with diligence. Now I can preach and do Bible Studies with confidence knowing that I have been equipped with the right tools that will help me in my ministry for the rest of my life."
    - Sizwe Maseti (graduated 2014)
  • "Viv met Margie Campbell whilst studying at the Bible Institute. They married some time later and this is what he says... "Everything Margie and I do now, every decision we make, is rooted in our worldview that we received at BI"
    Vivian Potgieter (Graduated 1990)
  • "My experience at BI is without doubt one of the greatest blessings the Lord has enriched my life with. I never would have anticipated such equipping for ministry by way of Christ-centred lectures from godly people, stimulating conversations, interactions with friends of diverse cultural and theological backgrounds, and simply just doing life on campus."
    - Victor Emma-Adamah (Graduated 2013, PhD Cambridge candidate) 
  • "Before coming to BI I was battling with assurance of salvation, a struggle that had been consuming my life for years. During the year I spent there among godly lecturers and fellow students, God just opened my eyes to what he had already been doing in my life through this struggle. I saw Him at work, and experienced Him in ways I never could have imagined."
    - Janie Slabbert (graduated 2011)