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Globalization, "Marketization," and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa

Globalization, "Marketization," and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Volume 26, No. 2, Fall 2004 © 2004 Brill Academic Publishers, Inc., Boston pp. 182–215 S P S Articles 1 Cathy Ketcher, “ Bethel Revival Temple Fulfills Church Planter ’ s Early Vision, ” Pentecostal Evangel , (November 2, 2003), 9. Globalization, “ Marketization, ” and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa Jeffrey S. Hittenberger Introduction Two Vignettes In 1985, Barnabas Mtokambali launched Bethel Revival Temple in Morogoro, Tanzania. The church has grown to 850 members and has recently completed construction of a new meeting center that seats 2,000. They have launched an elementary school and have acquired 50 acres of property designated for a high school. With a vision to plant 100 new churches, Dr. Mtokambali initiated a training center for church planters, with 14 graduates this year. Graduates are expected to launch new churches and then return for additional training at a local Bible college. Bethel Revival Temple members provide food and care for the students during the four-month training program. “ Some people bring maize, others bring rice, others bring soap, ” says Mtokambali. “ Everyone donates something toward the school. ” 1 So http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pneuma Brill

Globalization, "Marketization," and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa

Pneuma , Volume 26 (2): 182 – Jan 1, 2004

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Brill
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© 2004 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0272-0965
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1570-0747
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10.1163/157007404776111018
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PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Volume 26, No. 2, Fall 2004 © 2004 Brill Academic Publishers, Inc., Boston pp. 182–215 S P S Articles 1 Cathy Ketcher, “ Bethel Revival Temple Fulfills Church Planter ’ s Early Vision, ” Pentecostal Evangel , (November 2, 2003), 9. Globalization, “ Marketization, ” and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa Jeffrey S. Hittenberger Introduction Two Vignettes In 1985, Barnabas Mtokambali launched Bethel Revival Temple in Morogoro, Tanzania. The church has grown to 850 members and has recently completed construction of a new meeting center that seats 2,000. They have launched an elementary school and have acquired 50 acres of property designated for a high school. With a vision to plant 100 new churches, Dr. Mtokambali initiated a training center for church planters, with 14 graduates this year. Graduates are expected to launch new churches and then return for additional training at a local Bible college. Bethel Revival Temple members provide food and care for the students during the four-month training program. “ Some people bring maize, others bring rice, others bring soap, ” says Mtokambali. “ Everyone donates something toward the school. ” 1 So

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