April 2022 will be Hermeneutics Month at the SATS Symposia. You can find out more and register by clicking on the following link: Live Events Registration
Student Prize Winners
Our recent e-Conference, “Theology from the Global South: Text, Context, and Mission,” featured a special section for student papers. Langham Publishing generously donated massive book voucher prizes for the best student research, as voted by our panel of keynote and plenary speakers.
The SATS Prize for the best student paper was awarded to Mrs. Lize Labuschagne discussing the topic; “A tri-perspectival assessment of child-inclusion in local church worship.” Second place went to Rev. Dr. Ransford Awuku-Gyampoh for his paper on “Migration and Christian youth ministry: Revisiting the forgotten African cultural values,” and third place was awarded to Mr. Samuel Svy, for “Ubuntu, an African Philosophy and the Doctrine of the Trinity.”
SATS has quite a few free resources available in a variety of formats. Our YouTube Channel that covers various topics ranging from African Theology, Bible Interpretation, Christology, Ecclesiology, and other topics that can be viewed for your personal growth. We provide monthly Blog articles on interesting topics written by expert theologians, in addition to bi-annual academic articles in our scholarly journal, Conspectus. You are also welcome to register for future free events on our Events page.