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 of Jesus Christ will be fulfilled in Zambia, Africa and worldwide.
HISTORY OF CCM THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
CCM Theological Seminary was founded in January of 2010 by American missionary, Bonnie Lou Ndelemeti. The Seminary was planted to provide biblical, local, and affordable graduate and post-graduate education to those desiring advanced studies in theology. It was observed that most Zambian’s and African were going to other countries and continents to acquire Master and Doctoral degrees and that more evangelical institutions were needed locally to meet the growing need for advanced studies in theology.
The Seminary opened with two Master-level programmes in theology: a 1-year Master’s Certificate (MC) in Missions and a 2-year Master of Arts (MA) Degree in Missions. Future plans include offering a 3-year Master of Divinity Degree and additional majors 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.).