Students linger after class ends to chat.
A former CAPA student, Ernest Kanzangaza, teaches beginning Greek.
The future site of CAPA cleared and ready for the next stages of construction.
A pile of bricks lying on the ground of the construction site for CAPA’s new campus.
The foundation being laid for one of the structures on the future site of CAPA
An empty chapel awaits students before school starts.
Dave Temple, then the dean of academics, welcomes students to the first day of school during orientation.
Dave Temple, then the dean of academics, tells students what’s expected of them for the upcoming school year.
Dave Temple, then the dean of academics, explains the student handbook during orientation on the first day of school.
Student reading through the CAPA handbook on the first day of school
Student follows along with professor Dave Temple in the student handbook.
The student handbook is given to the students when they first come to CAPA.
Professor Tony McCracken introduces hermeneutics to students on their first day of class.
Students listen during class.
Professor Tony McCracken continues his introductory lesson of hermeneutics.
A view of the path students would take as they walked from class to class at the original CAPA campus site.
CAPA provides students with two meals each school day – breakfast and lunch.
Students eat lunch together in the cafeteria. The meals almost always include nsima, a traditional Malawian cornmeal mash.
Visiting professor Thomas Baber teaches students.
Pastor Matt Kopp teaches students in the chapel.
Pastor Matt Kopp introduces himself to students on the first day of school.
Students settle down as they prepare for chapel.
Students listen to a sermon given in chapel.
Students sing traditional Malawian worship music to praise God during chapel.
A student bows his head in prayer as chapel concludes.
Visiting professor Tim Carns teaches his students.
Professor Matt Kopp prays for his students as class concludes.
Student Nehemiah Kanzanthu delivers a sermon during preaching lab.
President Jim Ayres flips through a Bible in between classes.
Seminary library books being reorganized by a short-term ministry team from the United States.
Books were taken off shelves so that the shelves could be repaired.
Because of the large number of books in CAPA’s library, every table in the classroom was needed to hold all the stacks of material.
Student Daniel Mkweteza leads a time of singing and worship during chapel.
President Jim Ayres greets students and faculty during chapel.
Gideon Manda, dean of students, speaks to students during chapel.
Students sing worship during chapel, which takes place once every two weeks.
Dave Temple, then the dean of academics, preaches to students during chapel.
President Jim Ayres teaches Greek to his students.
President Jim Ayres continues his lesson on Greek.
Students take notes as President Jim Ayres teaches Greek.
President Jim Ayres assists student Chisomo Masambuka during class.
Students learn how to complete their assignments on their laptops.
Student Chisomo Masambuka gazes intently at his notes.
A student follows along in his handouts during class.
Professor Dave Temple teaching a writing class.
Students collaborate on an in-class activity in professor Dave Temple’s writing class.
Gideon Manda, dean of students, teaches his students about the responsibilities of being a pastor.
Ernest Kanzangaza graduated from CAPA but came back to help teach beginning Greek.
Professor Tony McCracken teaches his students.
Dennis Banda, a CAPA alumnus, prays in the class he teaches.
Gideon Manda, the dean of students, leads a smaller group of students in a time of discussion.
On the last day of the module, professor Dave Temple gives out “chewy bomb” candies to his students before they go home.
The entryway to the original CAPA campus.
The CAPA library stands fully stocked with plenty of resources for students to use.
Dave Temple, the then dean of academics, explains the technical details of CAPA on the first day of school.
Students stand together to sing during chapel.
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