Integration in Africa
For over fifty years, Fuller Theological Seminary has prepared leaders for the church world wide, and in particular, for the third world church. We thank God for the incredible growth of the church in these nations. However, we also recognize the continuing shortage of trained leaders and counselors to serve emerging congregations.
Our desire to equip Christian counselors for the church in Africa as well as requests for training materials has led Fuller Seminary’s Graduate School of Psychology to prepare resources for this purpose. The resources are available free of charge to seminaries, bible schools, and Christian counseling agencies in Africa who will be able to utilize them in the training of counselors. The resources contain Christian Counseling: an African Indigenous Perspective, a book written by Fuller alum Dr. Gladys Mwiti and Fuller professor Dr. Al Dueck, as well as a package of Digital Video Disks (DVDs) covering each chapter of the book. You may download the entirety of the book in PDF format by clicking here.
Watch these sample clips from the counseling DVD!
Challenges to Counseling
Contact Al Dueck to order these materials:
Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
180 North Oakland Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101