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The end of leadership? : the shift of power in local congregations
(AOSIS Publishing, 2015)
In a qualitative study recently carried out by the author amongst ministers in a Circuit of Dutch Reformed Congregations in a suburban context in the Western Cape, South Africa, respondents were asked whether they sensed ...
In search of meaning : moving from the prophet's voice to prophecy in community, a South African perspective
(Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Theology, 2009)
During the times of ‘Apartheid South Africa’ prophetic preaching played an enormous part in bringing about the changes this country experienced throughout the last three decades. The prophetic preaching of exponents such ...
Transforming congregational culture : suburban leadership perspectives within a circuit of the DRC
(OASIS Publishing, 2015)
On 27 April 2014 we celebrated twenty years of democracy in South Africa. Celebrating this important day in our history also afforded us the opportunity to reflect on what has transpired in our country during the past two ...
Virtual leadership? : the echurch as a South African case in point
(AOSIS Publishing, 2016)
One of the most basic understandings of leadership relates to the fact that it is seen as the involvement of a person, group or organisation that influences and empowers enough people to follow and to bring about change ...
Rev Pungula Wellington Dingani : leadership in the Corinthian Church in Phepheni, Eastern Cape, South Africa
(Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif (NGTT), 2014-09)
Local leadership is crucial in Africa. This article focuses on leadership in African Independent Churches, more specifically on the leader of a local congregation of the Corinthian Church, Rev Dingani in Phepheni, ...
Learning, changing and doing : critical citizenship through ecumenical exposure
(Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust, 2015)
Critical citizenship is becoming a very significant part of the educational pedagogy at Stellenbosch University relating to the vocational, personal and civic lives of the students and lecturers, focusing on critical and ...