The Volunteer programmes are for those interested in mental health and social transformation and evangelisation.

  • Mission Statement
  • Our Core Values
  • Mental health and Social Transformation
  • Evangelism and Missions
  • Join Our Program

Our Mission Statement

The ICP exists to provide online short courses to equip Christian practitioners to work explicitly from a Christian worldview perspective in various career/ministry fields.

As a non-profit organisation that is a private, voluntary, organised, self-governed organisation that exists for societal benefits, the ICP offers opportunities for self-actualisation and personal fulfilment and it is an expression of spiritual beliefs through our volunteer programmes. The volunteer programmes are based on our values as described below.

Our Core Values

  • Love: is the core ethical principle that guides the organisation as it is expressed in Matthew 22: 37-38, “Love the Lord with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: "Love your neighbour as yourself."
  • Integrity: is our commitment to be honest and trustworthy and incorruptible in decision-making and interaction with others.
  • Excellence: is our commitment to strive for excellence in services provided..
  • Equity: is our commitment to view people as equal and treat all people with fairness.
  • Compassion: is our commitment to take note of the distress of others and to be tender hearted.

Mental health and Social Transformation

The ICP invites all B Psych Alumni to join our volunteer team to reach out to communities by presenting 3-4 hour workshops on mental health and social issues in underprivileged and under resourced communities.

The workshops could be focused on:

  1. Providing training to professionals in a specific area, township or informal settlement working with a specific mental health or societal issue (for example, teenage pregnancies);
  2. Providing a 3-4 hour workshop open to anybody interested on any mental health or societal issue.

The goal for 2020 is to present 3 workshops to people in need. The focus will be on dealing with the collective trauma caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, i.e. isolation, job loss, illness and loss. The workshops could be offered online or on the ground. We will apply for CPD credits for these workshops.

For more information contact:

Antoinette van Staden ( and Dannilie Oosthuizen (

The Volunteer programme Coordinator is Dannilie Oosthuizen. She will be able to provide more detail on how to get involved and what the volunteer role is.

Evangelism and Missions

The volunteer program for those interested in evangelism and missions include:

L-10-T training that will equip volunteers to pray for the lost where you go and offer this training in any church or Christian organisation.

The mission statement of L-10-T

"The mission statement is to equip committed Christians in every country, denomination, church, house church, business, school, old age home and prison with the L-10-T programme to impact their community with the gospel of Christ, i.e., love and care for all and especially the lost and needy."

For more information on evangelism and missions, contact:

Willem Joubert ( or 082 650 5684) or
Jacqui Barkhuizen ( or 011 827 7611)

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