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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Faculty of the Zambia School of Biblical Studies
Left to Right: Godfrey Pitika, Webby Kenabanyama, Peter Masiya.


Webby Kenabanyama and his wife, Jane, were married in 1990, and they have four children, two boys and two girls all living at home. He is originally from Kalomo and became a Christian in 1976. He received training from the Zambia Bible Training Center where he graduated in 1988. From 1992 to 1994, he taught in that school. He graduated from the Zambia School of Biblical Studies in 1997, and began teaching in this school in 1998. In 2007, he received his bachelor degree of Bible through distance learning from the Tennessee Bible College. He has worked with the Martindale, Chilangu, Kasiya, Chise, and Highlands congregations. Besides numerous gospel meetings and seminars, he has helped with planting churches, training workers to preach, building renovations, building buildings, and relief distributions.

Peter Masiya and his wife, Julia, have six children, three boys and three girls. He is originally from Sinde, Zambia which is about thirty kilometers from Livingstone. He became a Christian in 1972. His grandfather was among the first to bring the gospel to Zambia in 1910 and planted a congregation in Mukuni Village in 1912. He was been with the Zambia School of Biblical Studies since its beginning in 1996. Previously, he worked with the Zambia Bible Training Center (1978-1994). He also trained there and graduated in 1976. In addition, he graduated from the Botswana School of Biblical Studies in 1992. From 1993 through 1994, he served as an instructor with this school also. He received his bachelor degree of Bible through distance learning from the Tennessee Bible College in 2005. Further, he labored with the Martindale congregation for several years. Peter has preached in numerous seminars and gospel meetings throughout Zambia.

Godfrey Pitika and his wife, Precious, have one son, Samuel, and ten other dependants. He is originally from the Livingstone area. He became a Christian in 1981, and his wife in 1983. He graduated from the Zambia Bible Training Center in 1988, the Manzini Bible School in 1993, and the Zambia School of Biblical Studies in 1997. After graduating from the Zambia Bible Training Center, he labored with the Martindale Church of Christ for two years and taught in that school. During this time, he helped plant the congregations at Chilangu and Mapantizya. Godfrey began working with the Zambia School of Biblical Studies in 1999 and has preached in numerous seminars and gospel meetings. He also helps with door to door evangelism. In August of 2007, he received his bachelor degree of Bible through distance learning from the Tennessee Bible College. During the past year, he has been involved with the Airport congregation which he helped plant. In addition, he helped plant the Nakatindi congregation which is also near the airport.


Photos of Instructors and Their Families


Webby & Jane Kenabanyama and their family
(L-R) Lorren, Jane, Georgia, Ricky, Webby


Peter & Julia Masiya


Godfrey & Precious Pitika and their family
(L-R) Godfrey, Precious, Anna, Samuel