BUSINESS ADDRESS POSTAL ADDRESS
5937 Freedom Way P.O. Box 23394
Riverside Kitwe, Zambia
Kitwe, Zambia Cell Phone: 095 5 924921
E-Mail: email@example.com Web Site: ccmzambia.org
1. ABOUT CCM THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 3
A. History of the Centre for Christian Missions 3
B. Mission Statement 4
C. Doctrinal Statement 4
D. Accreditation 5
E. Professors 5
F. Library 6
G. Computer Laboratory 6
H. Campus Facilities 6
I. Accommodation 7
2. ACADEMIC INFORMATION 7
A. Entrance Requirements 7
B. Graduation Requirements 8
C. Study Options 9
D. Academic Programmes 10
Master’s Certificate 11
Master of Arts Degree 12
E. Future Academic Programmes 13
F. Course Descriptions 13
3. ADMISSIONS INFORMATION 17
A. Admissions Procedures 17
B. Financial Requirements 18
C. Final Comments from the President 18
The Centre for Christian Missions (CCM) was founded in June of 2000 by Bonnie
Lou Ndelemeti, an American missionary serving in Zambia since 1998. Mrs.
Ndelemeti’s vision has been to establish quality training institutions in Zambia that
equip and send Christians worldwide to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.
CCM is accomplishing their mission through its three educational institutions: CCM
Bible College, CCM Trust School, and CCM Theological Seminary.
CCM BIBLE COLLEGE
CCM Bible College was founded in
July of 2000 with the purpose of
providing godly undergraduate
Christian leadership for the African
and global Church. The College is
currently equipping over 200 leaders
for Christian living and ministry
through its four programmes of study:
a Certificate of Theology (1 year),
Diploma of Theology (2 years),
Bachelor of Arts Degree (3 years),
and Bachelor of Theology Degree (4
years). All programmes offered at
CCM Bible College are accredited
with the Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries
(AICCS), a recognized accrediting board in the U.S.A. (aiccs.org). The College
sends its students on mission trips throughout Zambia, Africa, and the world to
provide them with diverse ministry experiences to equip them for global service and
ministry. CCM’s graduates are serving in the church, business, educational, and
government communities as pastors, church planters, missionaries, social workers,
army & police chaplains, and businessmen and women in a variety of urban and
rural settings. The College offers Day, Extension, and Distance studies to make
theological educational available for all.
CCM TRUST SCHOOL
CCM Trust School was founded in January
of 2007 with the purpose of providing quality
general and Christian education to children.
The School offers international standards of
education to 150 pre-primary and primary
age children. In addition to the basic
educational subjects, CCM offers French,
Computer, Christian Education, Music,
Band, and Dance to provide its pupils with a
broad educational experience. The
curriculum is accelerated, maximizing the
potential of its pupils and laying the
foundation for a successful future. CCM Trust School is uniquely Christian, deeply
committed to upholding Christian principles and values. Students learn in a warm
and loving learning environment, making education a positive life-changing
CCM THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
CCM Theological Seminary
was founded in January of
2010 with the purpose of
providing graduate and post-
training for the church,
business, educational, and
government communities in
Zambia and worldwide. The
Seminary offers two Master-
level programmes in theology:
a 1-year Master’s Certificate
(MC) in Missions; a 2-year Master of Arts (MA) Degree in Missions. Future plans
include offering a 3-year Master of Divinity Degree and additional study
emphases including Biblical Studies, Leadership, and Theological Studies. The
Seminary also has plans of offering doctoral level programmes in theology, including
a Doctor of Ministry Degree (D.Min.) and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D.).
CCM Theological Seminary exists to glorify God by equipping graduate and post-
graduate-level Christian leadership for the church, business, educational, and
government communities so that the Great Commission Jesus Christ will be fulfilled
in Zambia, Africa, and worldwide.
1. HOLY SCRIPTURE: We believe that the Holy Scriptures, the 39 books of the
Old Testament and the 27 books of the New Testament, are the Word of God,
inspired, infallible, authoritative, and without error in their original writings. The
Bible is completely trustworthy and serves as the supreme authority for all faith
2. GOD: We believe in one God, Creator of all things, infinitely perfect and eternally
existing in three persons: Father, Son, (Jesus Christ), and Holy Spirit.
3. JESUS CHRIST: We believe that Jesus Christ is true God and true Man; is
Savior and Lord; was conceived of the Holy Spirit; born of the virgin Mary; lived a
sinless life; performed divine miracles; died on the cross as a sacrifice for our
sins; was buried; rose bodily from the dead; ascended into heaven; now sits at
the right hand of God the Father; serves as High Priest and advocate; will
personally return to the earth in power and glory; and will judge the world in
4. HOLY SPIRIT: We believe in the personality and Deity of the Holy Spirit; that His
ministry is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, to convict men of sin, regenerate the
hearts of sinners, and indwell, instruct, guide, sanctify, and empower the believer
for godly living and service.
5. MAN: We believe that man was created sinless and in the image of God; that
man chose to disobey God and fell into sin; that apart from faith in Jesus Christ
man is lost and eternally separated from God; and that only through the
regenerating work of the Holy Spirit, evidenced through repentance and faith in
Jesus Christ, can man be saved and reconciled to God.
6. SALVATION: We believe that the shed blood of Jesus Christ on the
cross, his burial, and his bodily resurrection from the dead provide the only
grounds for justification and eternal salvation.
7. CHURCH: We believe that the Church is composed of all persons who have
been regenerated by the Holy Spirit and have placed saving faith in Jesus Christ
and are united together into one body of which Christ is the Head.
8. SATAN: We believe that Satan is a fallen angel and that his intent is to
supplant God and frustrate His purpose. His destiny is eternal punishment.
9. RESURRECTION: We believe in the bodily resurrection of all the dead.
Believers in Christ will rise to everlasting blessedness and joy with the Lord
and unbelievers will rise to judgment and everlasting punishment.
CCM Theological Seminary is an approved & accredited member of the Association
of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries (AICCS), a recognized
accrediting Board in the U.S.A. All programmes offered at CCM Theological
Seminary are accredited.
AICCS Dr. Curt Scarborough, President
3426 Bridgeland Drive E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridgeton, MO 63044 Telephone: (314) 739 -1194
U.S.A. Web Site: www.aiccs.org
CCM Theological Seminary takes great care when selecting its Seminary professors.
The professors exhibit a great love for God and personal interest in each student.
They possess extensive knowledge and ministry experience in their fields of study,
making studies at CCM a rewarding spiritual experience. The professors consist of
full-time and visiting educators from within Zambia and around the world. Our
international teaching team provides the student body with educational, cultural, and
CCM’s Library is equipped with a wide variety of resource materials to ensure quality
and in depth study of the Word of God. The Library has over 10,000 resources,
including books, CD-ROM’s, digital video discs (DVD’s), videos, compact discs
(CD’s), cassette tapes, and more. The Library’s wide variety of research materials
provides the seminary students with rich exposure to biblical subjects.
CCM Theological Seminary
has a Computer Laboratory
that facilitates the research
writing of its students. As
needed, computer classes are
offered to those that require
computer literacy to complete
The campus for the Centre for Christian Missions is located in the Copperbelt
Province of Zambia in Central Africa. The campus can be found at Plot No. 5937
Freedom Way in Riverside township of Kitwe. The beautiful campus facilities include
the administrative offices and
training facilities for CCM Bible
College, CCM Trust School, &
CCM Theological Seminary.
Additional campus buildings
are in the planning stages,
including a large Activities
Centre, including a
gymnasium. CCM’s campus
is conveniently located with
easy access to public
transportation, the market, and
clinics and hospitals.
CCM Theological Seminary provides accommodation to Seminary students as they
report to the Seminary for coursework and examinations. Students needing
accommodation should contact the Registrar to reserve a bed and be informed of
current accommodation costs.
1. The applicant must be a born-again Christian, having a personal relationship with
God through repentance and faith toward Jesus Christ.
2. The applicant must be in good standing with his/her local church and be actively
involved in Christian service.
3. The applicant must be highly recommended for study by the leadership of his/her
4. The applicant must complete all the required application materials and be
officially accepted into the Seminary before beginning studies.
5. The applicant must successfully pass the English Competency Examination
before being accepted into the Seminary.
6. The applicant must successfully pass the Computer Literacy Examination before
being accepted into the Seminary.
7. The applicant must have ongoing access to a computer at or near home for their
8. The applicant must have a post-secondary Degree from a recognized and
approved institution. The Degree may be in any field of study, theology or
otherwise. Those that have a three-year Degree, but do not possess a four-year
Degree may make application, and if approved, may be allowed to enter while
under one year probation to determine if their academic performance is
acceptable. If so, the student will be allowed to continue. If not, they will be
dismissed without reimbursements, academic, financial, or otherwise.
9. The applicant must provide an official transcript of his/her successful and
completed Degree studies. The transcript must come DIRECTLY from the
institution to CCM Theological Seminary, not through the student.
10. The applicant must prove financial capacity to make timely tuition payments.
All students of CCM Theological Seminary are required to meet the following
standards for graduation:
1. The student must demonstrate a high level of
Christian integrity throughout their studies. Failure
to do so can and will lead to suspension or
dismissal from the Seminary.
2. The student must successfully complete all
required course work.
3. The student must achieve a minimum grade of
70% for each course.
4. The student must complete and successfully pass
the Seminary Bible Board Examination. The
Seminary Bible Board Examination is a
comprehensive written examination issued to all
students upon successful completion of all
coursework at the Seminary. The examination
tests the student’s knowledge of the Bible and
biblical subjects introduced in the curriculum. A
passing score of 70% or above is required before
any Seminary Degree will be issued. The
examination is issued at the Seminary.
5. The student must return all Library resources to
the Seminary Library.
6. The student must clear all financial debts owed to
CCM Theological Seminary offers two study options for completing your Seminary
education: Extension Studies and Distance Studies.
Extension Studies combine home and
campus studies for those who prefer to
study largely at home yet have some of
their studies at the Seminary.
Extension students attend courses at the
Seminary three terms a year for five days
each term. Coursework is completed before
the student arrives at the Campus.
Campus visits include course lectures &
classroom discussions, oral reports and
research opportunities, special worship,
fellowship and prayer times with professors
& students, and final examinations.
Extension Studies combine the
conveniences of studying at home with the privileges of being exposed to Seminary
life and its professors and students.
Distance Studies (correspondence) enable
students to study the Bible from the comfort
and convenience of their own home while
continuing with other life commitments.
Distance students are not required to attend
any courses at the Seminary Campus.
They can complete all of their coursework
from \home and at their own pace. Courses
can be picked up personally at the
Seminary or can be sent by postal mail.
Completed assignments are submitted to
the Seminary, graded by Professors, and
course grades are sent to the students.
Students come to the Seminary Campus for
five days at the completion of each year of
academic coursework to take final
examinations. Distance Studies is ideal for
those who cannot attend classes at the
Seminary Campus or who wish to study at
their own pace as they engage in other
family, work, and ministry commitments.
CCM Theological Seminary offers two Master programmes in theology: a one-year
Master’s Certificate (MC) in Missions and a two-year Master of Arts Degree (MA) in
Missions. The two programmes are designed to build on each other. The academic
coursework for the Master’s Certificate serves as the first year of coursework for the
Master of Arts Degree (MA). The following is an overview of the course listing for
both of the programmes:
Master of Arts Degree
Research Writing Hermeneutics II
E Old Testament Survey Pentateuch
M Hermeneutics I Leadership Development I
1 Introduction to Theology Christ & Salvation
Spiritual Development Life of Christ
E New Testament Survey Holy Spirit, Man, & Sin
M Mission History Homiletics
2 God & Scripture Anthropology
Evangelism Church History I
E Leadership Cross-Cultural Missions
M Communication World Religions
Introduction to Missions Thesis Writing
Ministry Internship Ministry Internship
Seminary Bible Board Examination Thesis
Seminary Bible Board Examination
The Master’s Certificate in Missions
(MC/Missions) is a one-year
graduate Certificate in biblical and
missionary studies. The programme
provides foundational biblical
equipping to enable Christians to live
more biblical lives at home, in the
church, at work, and in Christian
ministry. Students are equipped to
more ably fulfill the Great
Commission of Jesus Christ at home
and worldwide. The programme is
suitable for both lay Christians and
full-time Christian workers. The Master’s Certificate is divided into three successive
parts: the academic coursework, the Ministry Internship, and the successful
completion of the Seminary Bible Board Examination. The academic coursework for
the Master’s Certificate includes 12 graduate-level courses in five departments of
study: Bible, Missions, Theology, Church History, and Practical Theology. The
coursework is equivalent to 36 credit hours and can be completed through either
Distance Studies or Extension Studies. Students may study either full-time or part-
time, depending on home, work, and ministry commitments. After the successful
completion of one year of academic coursework, Master’s Certificate students then
engage in a three-month Ministry Internship to gain more ministry experience &
exposure and are given opportunity to demonstrate ministry competency. The
Seminary administration assists the student in selecting the ministry site. The
Ministry Internship is funded by the student. After completing the Ministry Internship,
students then sit for the Seminary Bible Board Examination, a comprehensive exam
testing the students knowledge of subjects studied. A passing score of 70% or
above is required for graduation. The Master’s Certificate provides an excellent
opportunity for Christians in all walks of life to gain a growing knowledge of the Word
of God and greater skills in Christian service. The Master’s Certificate is fully
accredited with The Association of Independent Christian Colleges & Seminaries
(AICCS), a recognized accrediting board in the United States of America. The
academic coursework for the Master’s Certificate in Missions is outlined below:
O TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
Research Writing Spiritual Development Evangelism
Old Testament Survey New Testament Survey Leadership
E Hermeneutics I Mission History Communication
R Introduction to Theology God & Scripture Introduction to Missions
Seminary Bible Board
The Master of Arts Degree in Missions (MA/Missions) is a two-year graduate Degree
in biblical and missionary studies. The programme equips Christian men and
women in the church, business, educational, & government communities to fulfill the
Great Commission of Jesus Christ worldwide. The Master of Arts in Missions is
designed to prepare Christians to serve as mission advocates in their own culture or
as missionaries in another culture. The programme is biblical, contextual, and
practical, highly relevant for today’s church and world. Five departments of
theological study are offered including Bible, Missions, Theology, Church History,
and Practical Theology. The Master of Arts in Missions is divided into four
successive parts: the academic coursework, the Ministry Internship, the Thesis, and
the completion of the Seminary Bible Board Examination. The academic coursework
includes the successful completion of 24 graduate-level courses (72 credit hours)
over a period of two years. Full-time students take 4 courses each term, three terms
a year. Part-time studies are also available. After completing the academic
coursework, students then go on a 3-month Ministry Internship. Students serve
either locally or internationally, to provide mission exposure, experience, and
opportunity for others to assess performance levels. The student is responsible to
cover their own travel, living, & ministry costs for the Ministry Internship. After the
Ministry Internship students then write a Thesis, an extensive academic research
paper. The Thesis requires high levels of research writing and critical analysis,
interpretation, and practical application of the subject matter. The Master of Arts
Degree finalizes with the successful completion of the Seminary Bible Board
Examination, a comprehensive examination testing the students knowledge of
subjects studied. Master of Arts Degree students may study by Extension or by
Distance (correspondence). The Master of Arts Degree is accredited with the
Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries (AICCS), a
recognized accrediting board in Missouri of the USA (aiccs.org). Prospective
students may make application anytime during the year. Extension students begin
their studies at the beginning of any term, in February, June, or October. Distance
Students may begin their studies any time throughout the year. The academic
coursework for the Master of Arts Degree in Missions follows.
TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
Y Research Writing Spiritual Development Evangelism
E Old Testament Survey New Testament Survey Leadership
R Hermeneutics I Mission History Communication
1 Introduction to Theology God & Scripture Introduction to Missions
Y Hermeneutics II Life of Christ Church History I
E Pentateuch Holy Spirit, Man, & Sin Cross-Cultural Missions
R Leadership Development I Homiletics World Religions
2 Christ & Salvation Anthropology Thesis Writing
Seminary Bible Board
CCM Theological Seminary currently offers a 1-year Master’s Certificate and a 2-
year Master of Arts Degree. The Seminary has future plans of adding a 3-year
Master of Divinity Degree as well. We also plan to add additional study emphases in
addition to Missions, our current emphasis. Additional study emphases will include
Biblical Studies, Leadership, and Theological Studies. Our long term plans include
offering post-graduate (doctoral) programmes, including a Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree.
CCM Theological Seminary offers a variety of different subjects. The courses are
divided into five departments of study. These departments include: Bible, Church
History, Missions, Practical Theology, & Theology. In addition, students are required
to complete a Ministry Internship, a Thesis, and a Seminary Bible Board
Examination. The departments of study are listed in alphabetical order. The
courses listed in each department are also alphabetized. The number of credit hours
awarded to each course is listed after the course title.
HERMENEUTICS I (3)
Hermeneutics I is an introductory study of the basic rules and guidelines for
interpreting different biblical genre, including historical narrative, poetry, wisdom, and
prophetic literature. Emphasis is placed on giving the student the necessary tools to
correctly self-interpret any biblical book.
HERMENEUTICS II (3)
Hermeneutics II is an intermediate study of the basic rules and guidelines for
interpreting different biblical genre, including historical narrative, poetry, wisdom, and
prophetic literature. Emphasis is placed on giving the student the necessary tools to
correctly self-interpret any biblical book.
LIFE OF CHRIST (3)
The Life of Christ is a survey of the person and work of Jesus Christ as revealed in
the biblical books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The course looks at Christ pre-
incarnate, his birth, early years, and earthly ministry, climaxing at his death, burial,
and resurrection. The course concludes by looking at Christ as risen and reigning
Lord and soon coming King.
NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
New Testament Survey is a general overview of the 27 books of the New Testament,
from Matthew to Revelation. The course includes introductory information about
each book, a summary of its general contents, and its historical & theological
themes. Emphasis is placed on applying the books practically to our personal lives
and the church and world at large.
OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY (3)
Old Testament Survey is a general overview of the 39 books of the Old Testament,
from Genesis to Malachi. The course includes introductory information about each
book, a summary of its general contents, and its historical & theological themes.
Emphasis is placed on applying the books practically to today’s church and world.
The Pentateuch is a general survey of the five books of Moses, including Genesis,
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. The course looks at the foundational
importance of the Pentateuch in the Old Testament Scriptures and their value and
relevance for the New Testament and contemporary Church. Emphasis is placed on
applying these books practically to the life of the Church today.
CHURCH HISTORY I (3)
Church History I includes a general survey of Early Church History and Medieval
Church History. Early Church History covers the first five hundred years of the
Christian Church, from Pentecost to the fall of the Roman Empire. Medieval Church
History covers the next one thousand years of the Church, from the rise of the
Papacy to the Protestant Reformation. The major personalities, events, and
movements of each time period are covered along with their significance and
Anthropology is a careful study of man as he/she relates to missionary enterprise.
This course looks at the nature of man and distinctions in culture, religion, and
worldviews and how these relate to successful evangelism and church planting
strategies among varying people groups.
CROSS-CULTURAL MISSIONS (3)
Cross-Cultural Missions equips both missionary senders and missionary workers to
serve more effectively in cross-cultural missions. Missionary senders, called to stay
at home and serve as missionary advocates, are taught the essential responsibilities
of the sending Church and the important ways to care for missionaries serving on the
mission field. Missionary workers are trained in the basic principles and practices
essential for effective Christian service cross-culturally. The course focuses on
preparing future missionaries to settle and work successfully among another people
Evangelism introduces the principles and practices of biblical evangelism, including
its biblical foundation, theological content, and the Great Commission mandate.
Attention will be given to methods of evangelism and to producing evangelistic local
churches that will be actively involved in local and worldwide evangelization.
INTRODUCTION TO MISSIONS (3)
Introduction to Missions introduces the student to the basics of biblical missions,
including its definition, biblical basis, the theology of missions, and the missionary
mandate. Global missionary needs are introduced along with the basic principles
and practices of missions. Emphasis is placed on applying the principles practically
to the life of the Church and future missionaries.
MINISTRY INTERNSHIP (Pass / Fail)
All students are required to go on a three-month Ministry Internship after successfully
completing all coursework. The purpose of the Ministry Internship is to provide the
student with diverse ministry experiences to enhance their performance in Christian
service and provide opportunity for assessment. The Ministry Internship is
administrated by the Seminary and funded by the student.
MISSION HISTORY (3)
Mission History surveys the missionary history of the Christian Church throughout its
2000 year history, from Pentecost up to the present day. The key personalities and
events that comprise the movement are unveiled with an emphasis on learning
application lessons from those that have gone before us.
WORLD RELIGIONS (3)
World Religions provides an overview of the basic beliefs and practices of the major
World Religions, including their numeric growth, geographical dispersion, and
religious, social, and political impact on the global community. The course
concludes by introducing strategies for effective outreach.
Communication introduces the basic principles and practices of public speaking,
enabling the student to share effectively to diverse audiences, including, one-on-one,
to small & large groups, and in pulpit ministry.
Homiletics is the art and science of biblical preaching. Students are taught the basic
principles and practices of preparing and delivering biblical sermons. Emphasis is
placed on preaching biblical content, while delivering a captivating message that
instructs the mind, touches the heart, and moves the listeners will to action.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER STUDIES (3) (Optional)
Introduction to Computer Studies provides the student with the foundational
knowledge of the computer, including basic typing skills and an introduction to
computer software programmes needed to complete Seminary studies.
Leadership introduces the student to the basic qualities and practices of effective
leadership with an emphasis on developing ones personal leadership abilities.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT I (3)
Leadership Development I introduces the student to the basic principles and
practices of effective leadership development with the emphasis on developing
leadership character and ability in others.
RESEARCH WRITING (3)
Research Writing introduces the student to the foundational principles of research
writing, including topic selection, resource acquisition, data assessment, and
SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT (3)
Spiritual Life introduces the student to the characteristics of spirituality, the means of
spiritual growth, and its impact on the church and world.
The student is required to present a Thesis, an extensive research paper on a pre-
approved topic of original study. The Thesis is presented in oral and written form.
THESIS WRITING (3)
Thesis Writing introduces the student to the principles and procedures for writing a
HOLY SPIRIT, MAN, & SIN (3)
The course Holy Spirit, Man, & Sin introduces the student to what the Bible teaches
about the person and work of the Holy Spirit; the origin, nature, and purpose of man;
and the origin and impact of sin on the world. Emphasis is placed on applying the
theological doctrines to practical Christian living.
CHRIST & SALVATION (3)
The course Christ & Salvation introduces the student to the person and work of
Jesus Christ and His salvation. Emphasis is placed on applying these theological
doctrines to practical Christian living.
GOD & SCRIPTURE (3)
The course God and Scripture introduces the student to what the Bible teaches
about the Holy Scriptures and the person and work of God. Among other things, the
Scriptures value, authority, inspiration, accuracy, and canonicity are discussed. The
course concludes by looking at the person and attributes of God, including the
doctrine of the Trinity, and his communicable and incommunicable attributes.
Emphasis is placed on applying these theological doctrines to practical Christian
INTRODUCTION TO THEOLOGY (3)
The course Introduction to Theology introduces the student to the foundational
teachings on theology, the importance of theology in the life of the believer, and the
different theological systems predominate today.
SEMINARY BIBLE BOARD EXAMINATION (Pass / Fail)
After the successful completion of all coursework, the Ministry Internship, and the
Thesis, the students are required to sit for the Seminary Bible Board Examination, a
comprehensive examination testing the student’s knowledge of the Bible and biblical
subjects introduced throughout their studies. A passing score of 70% or above is
required for graduation.
Applicants wishing to enroll for either
Extension or Distance Studies at
CCM Theological Seminary should
complete all the necessary
application materials and return them
to the Seminary. Applicants will be
informed of their acceptance status
after all application materials have
been returned and reviewed by an
Examining Committee. A personal
interview may be required before
acceptance is granted. : Extension
students may begin their studies at
the beginning of any term, in February, June, or October of each year. Distance
students may begin their studies at any time throughout the year.
Seminary students are required to pay all of their school fees at the required times.
Extension students make tuition payments at the beginning of each term. Distance
students pay for each course before it is sent to them. Please contact the Registrar
for any further questions you might have. Fees are subject to change at the
discretion of the Seminary Administration.
The world today needs more Christian leaders; godly leaders; competent leaders;
trained leaders; leaders for the church, business, educational, and government
communities. CCM Theological Seminary is a place to receive quality master-level
training in theology that will benefit all sectors of society in Zambia, Africa, and
around the world.
Studying God’s Word is both a privilege and a command (Psalm 119; 2 Tim. 2:15;
Ezra 7:20). As we study the Bible we increase in our knowledge of God, passion for
God, and in our ability to serve Him more effectively. God is pleased as we grow in
the Christian Faith. Those around us clearly see the difference that training makes
in our lives. And we make a greater impact for Christ in the world around us.
Who needs to be Seminary trained? Any Christian with a desire to do so! Whether
you are full-time in the Lord’s work, in the market-place, or working at home,
Seminary training can benefit you. Prayerfully consider joining the CCM family of
Seminary students. We trust that it will be a life-changing spiritual experience for
CCM Theological Seminary