Central Africa Baptist University

Central Africa Baptist University came into existence in 2006 to “train the next generation of servant-leaders in Africa for Great Commission living.”

In 1993 American missionaries, Neil Whitwam and Philip Hunt embarked upon a team-based church planting ministry in Kitwe, Zambia. As men and women came to know Christ and were biblically discipled, outreach ministries started in various places. These eventually blossomed into new church plants. God’s people were responding to God’s Word to build God’s church.

As these churches grew, there was a need for more in-depth theological and ministry training. In 2002, Dr. Steve Pettit, a board member at Northland Baptist Bible College (later Northland International University), visited Zambia. Dr. Pettit encouraged the administration of NBBC to visit Zambia to evaluate the possibility of a joint venture to establish a college to train pastors and Christian leaders in Kitwe.

In March 2004, Dr. Sam Horn, Executive VP of NBBC, spent a week in Zambia. Dr. Horn’s assessment was that a branch campus in Zambia was viable. Central Africa Baptist College in Kitwe Zambia was chartered on April 5, 2004. At the inaugural board meeting, Philip Hunt was appointed as president of the college.

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