Lake Malawi Anglican University

The establishment of the Lake Malawi Anglican University (LAMAU) was a bold step by the Anglican Diocese of Lake Malawi to help contribute to the national development agenda, through skills development programs at the tertiary level and increase manpower supply in the Church and the nation as a whole.

Theological Education by Extension in Zambia
The vision of the Theological Education by Extension in Zambia (TEEZ) is to prepare all God’s people for the work of Christian Service.  TEEZ exist to equip Christians with relevant theological and social development tools and knowledge through non-residential theological and community development training for effective participation and service for a vibrant, healthy Church and Society.

Map of Meaning
Map of Meaning contributes to the well-being of humanity the world.  It is based on high quality peer-reviewed academic research that is both constant and ever-changing.  It acknowledges that meaning is not a technique, it is an embodied human experience. Since 2000, the organization is run by an international trust that has the responsibility for training people in how to work with the Map of Meaning.

Africa Leadership Transformation

The vision of the Africa Leadership Transformation (ALT) Foundation is to transforming leadership as the key driver of an Africa that works for everyone.  This is being achieved – in partnership with African universities and other organizations – training at least 1 million leaders in 10 African countries by 2050.

Next date: 19th August 2022

Program Duration: Online, six (6), maximum, three-hour modules

Why study this course?

The course leaves you being a faith changemaker.

The ontological format focuses on the study of being.  This is a course like no other; the critical skills and knowledge you receive will cause you to dig deep to identify what stands in your way.  Who you become during the course will put you in action, enabling you to immediately apply what you learn.

The course is designed to fit into your lifestyle so that you can study within your schedule.

Admission requirements

  • Internet access
  • 18-years and above
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

Why study with us

This course is produced in partnership with the Lake Malawi Anglican University (LAMAU) and Theological Education by Extension in Zambia (TEEZ).  In addition to the FCLC certificate, participants get a Map of Meaning International certificate from the New Zealand organization.

The multi-disciplinary course faculty includes Mr. Daniel Kamanga, the chief executive officer of the ALT Foundation, Ms. Lani Morris, the co-founder and executive director of the Map of Meaning International in New Zealand, Prof. Margaret Oloko from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in Kenya, Mr. Valile Dwayi from the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) in South Africa, Dr. Rev. Eileen Epperson, Founder of Spiritual Centre Coaching and Apostle Dr. Ono Abada, Senior Pastor at LifeGate Assembly for All Nations in Johannesburg, South Africa

Course Modules

  • Introduction to faith-inspired changemaking
  • The Map of Meaning and faith-inspired changemaking
  • Leadership and faith-inspired changemaking
  • The power of taking a stand
  • Creating a new future
  • Forgiveness and faith-inspired changemaking


  • The current fees of US$100, includes US$50 for the Introduction to Map of Meaning

*To apply for scholarship, you will be required to pay the US$25 registration fees