P.O. Box 60296
Livingstone, Zambia

"And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also" (2 Timothy 2:2).

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The Zambia School of Biblical Studies is located in beautiful Livingstone, Zambia, the tourism capitol of the nation. The mist from Victoria Falls can be seen from the campus. The falls is among the world's largest and spans nearly two kilometers. Also near the campus is the Kafue National Park which is one of Africa's largest game sanctuaries.

The campus of the Zambia School of Biblical Studies consists of three buildings. The building on the left has two classrooms, and it also houses the library. The building in the center has three dorm rooms and the bathing facility. The building on the right contains the dining hall, kitchen, lounge, and offices. The building of the Highland Church of Christ is behind the school.

This is one of the classrooms. As you can readily see, it is adequately equipped with twenty-four nice individual desks. Chapel is also conducted here which begins each weekday. There are two main classes each week-day. The first is from nine to noon, and the second is from thirteen to sixteen. It is also equipped with maps, a chalkboard, and a pulpit.

The library, which is located between the two classrooms, houses books and study materials. There are also tables for individual studying. Students are able to access the library each weekday. Though the resources are limited, the library serves as a great asset and source of learning to students and faculty. Students will want to make full use of it.

There are three open dorms which house eight to nine students each. The dorms are furnished with beds, mattresses, mosquito nets, and shelving. Students, no doubt, will find the accommodations adequate and satisfactory. After spending time with fellow students and instructors, students will make friendships that will last a lifetime.

The photo to the left is the dining hall. Breakfast is served after chapel and before the first class begins. Lunch is served around noon. Supper is served in the early evening. This hall easily accommodates all the students. No doubt, it is a favorite place for some of the men. The wives of the instructors serve as cooks. Eating together builds relationships.

The lounge is a place for students to take a break from their studies. They can relax and enjoy themselves. There are tables on which to play games and/or just sit around and converse. Students can watch TV, play video games or listen to music. The instructors' offices are also just off this room to the left. The mist of Victoria Falls can also be seen from this room.