Teacher Grants

In 2 Timothy 2:2, the Apostle Paul says these powerful words to Timothy: “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others.” One of our desires at Africa’s Hope is to help the African church raise up a great army of teachers to train future church planters. We are looking for men and women who have fire in their bones and the call of God on their lives to teach what they have learned to the next generation of emerging leaders.

We strongly believe that Spirit-empowered, biblically trained leaders are the hope of Africa! In order to see enough leaders trained, it is critical to raise up more qualified teachers. Our desire is to assist these teachers with tuition, books, and housing during their class sessions.

These funds will empower African schools by providing quality administrators and instructors who will raise up and equip church planters. These church planters will be instrumental in helping the Africa Assemblies of God reach its goal of 300,000 new churches by 2033!

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Each one of these educators has received a teacher grant to continue their education.

Arthur MBA


Arthur graduated with honors in 2019, focusing on missions. He now serves the Gabon Assemblies of God as the newly appointed President of the Executive Offices. Arthur also serves as General Secretary on the Board of Directors for the West Africa Advanced School of Theology, pastors a local church, and teaches in the Assemblies of God Bible school in Libreville, Gabon.

Daplex Honoré

Ivory Coast

Daplex was a member of the very first PAThS cohort. He graduated with a focus on leadership and has served for a number of years as both General Superintendent of the Ivory Coast Assemblies of God and as President of the Bible school in Daloa. He led the West Africa Advanced School of Theology for many years as Chairman of its Board of Directors, and currently serves as Chancellor of PAThS.

Emma Nhigula


Emma graduated with honors in 2018. She now serves the Tanzania Assemblies of God (TAG) as Director of Graduate Programs for Africa’s Continental Seminary in Dodoma. She also serves on the TAG’s national education leadership team and pastors a local church that she planted along with her late husband, Jackson.

Lydia Wonget


Lydia graduated in 2020 with an emphasis in education. From her home in Cameroon, Lydia travels frequently to the West Africa Advanced School of Theology in Lomé, Togo, to teach at the graduate level in English and French. She leads the Africa Assemblies of God Alliance Children’s Ministry both for Central Africa and for the continent. In addition, Lydia serves as an adjunct faculty member for Southeastern University, and as a member of the OneHope Strategy Team.

Titus Deudoué


Titus graduated with distinction in 2022. He has led the Bible college in Bamenda, Cameroon, for eight years, where he also teaches and pastors a local church. After graduating from PAThS, Titus was asked to lead training for his entire national church.

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