One of ACTEA's objectives is to facilitate networking and cooperation among
African theological schools. One way we do this is by providing an electronic
forum for the exchange of ideas relating to evangelical theological education.
Building on the considerably large constituency of ACTEA eNews, with over 1,000
readers, ACTEA provides this forum on a periodic basis for the distribution of
brief articles which may prove helpful to schools moving toward excellence and
renewal in evangelical theological education. We use the name "ACTEA Forum" for
this periodic email publication.
Readers are invited to submit potential articles for future editions to the
moderator of the forum, Dr Rich Starcher
email@example.com. Accepted contributions will be distributed as future
issues of ACTEA Forum. While ACTEA is pleased to promote such discussion, it
does not necessary subscribe to the ideas contained in each article.
If you would like send and/or receive readers¹ comments on this and future
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The article below is by Rich Starcher. Rich Starcher earned a D.Min. from
Carey Theological College and a Ph.D. in Education from the University of
Nebraska. Over the past 20 years he has lived and worked in three African
countries serving most recently as Dean of Extension Studies at the Nairobi
Evangelical Graduate School of Theology.