What Is ARCH?

ARCH is the Acts 29 Resource Collaboration Hub. It is a bridge between our global church-planters as we pool our experience, knowledge and learning. Coming from Latin America, North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific the members of the Arch team are working on the development and delivery of global content as well as the philosophy of theological education across the world.

We are hoping to create, all across our global network, the training ecosystem we need to raise up, assess and deploy church-planters and church-planting teams. We will be running Arch Symposia on topics of global interest 5 times a year, aiming to equip, inform and inspire the local church in its mission.

Through the ARCH project we want to steward the gift God has given us, namely a network of interconnected, multiplying churches all over the globe.

Listen To The Podcast

Philip Moore joins Jeff Medders on the Acts 29 Podcast to discuss ARCH: Acts 29’s Resource Collaboration Hub.


We will host Arch Symposia on topics of global interest 5 times a year, aiming to equip, inform and inspire the local church in its mission.




– Meet The Team

Our first symposium took place on 06 October 2021. Philip Moore interviewed Dr Bat Manyika and Dr Dan Strange on the "What Is ARCH?". As hosts of future symposia, they discussed the purpose, nature and ethos of the ARCH Project, as well as what we can look forward to in future symposia.


Contextual Hermeneutics

Elizabeth will share what we can learn from the gospels on unity and diversity and how to contextualize it in the various global contexts.

09 December 2021

  • 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m ET
  • 4 p.m. Paris
  • 5 p.m. South Africa
  • 7 p.m. Gulf Standard Time
  • 2 a.m. Australia Standard Time (10 Dec)
Speaker Bio

Prof. Elizabeth Mburu
Associate Professor of Greek and New Testament
Langham Literature Regional Coordinator Africa

Elizabeth Mburu was the first woman to gain a PhD from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, North Carolina, USA. She is an Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek at International Leadership University, Africa International University and Pan-Africa Christian University in Nairobi, Kenya. Dr Mburu is on the board of the Africa Bible Commentary and is the editorial coordinator and New Testament editor for its revision, as well as the Africa Regional Coordinator for Langham Literature. Professor Mburu is also the author of Qumran and the Origins of Johannine Language and Symbolism, T & T Clark, 2010 and a contributor to all three books published so far in the Africa Society of Evangelical Theology Series from Langham Global Library: Christianity and Suffering, 2017, African Contextual Realities, 2018, and Governance and Christian Higher Education in the African Context, 2019.


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Philip Moore

Dr. Eric Zeller

Bryan Laughlin

Dr. Batanayi Manyika

Matthew Spandler-Davison

Jen Charteris

One Mokgatle

Ronell King

Andrew A Fulford

Dr. Dan Strange

Adam Ramsey

Juan Hernandez

Tony Merida