UCZUnited Church of Zambia
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My story therefore illustrates not only the African feminist missiological context of my academic journey, but also how the missionary-founded UCZ, the Pentecostal ecclesial tradition, and the African Traditional Religious worldview have formed me spiritually and socially to become what can be truly described as an ecumenical African woman.
Given the aforementioned analysis, the objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of different doses of uniconazole (UCZ) on 'Palmer' mango vegetative and reproductive response and on fruit physical, chemical, and productive characteristics during the off-season in northern Minas Gerais, Brazil.
UCZ was tested at the following doses applied to leaves and expressed in g of UCZ active ingredient (a.i.) per tree: 0.0, 1.0, and 1.0+1.0 (2.0) after 30 days; 1.0+1.0+1.0 (3.0) subdivided into 30-day intervals; and 1.0+1.0+2.0 (4.0) subdivided into 30-day intervals.
These branches were used to calculate the new branch emergence percentage, and the length (cm) and the diameter (mm) of new vegetative flushes were evaluated at 77 days after UCZ application.
In the proposed model this unutilized energy is directed to the bottom zone without much absorption in upper layer by replacing UCZ and NCZ.
UCZ Theological College archives; Minutes of the Church of Central Africa in Rhodesia, CCAR 58/22.1 of 1958.
After many years of negotiations for church union in Northern Rhodesia, the Church became, in 1945, part of the Church of Central Africa in Rhodesia (CCAR); in 1958, of the Inited Church of Central Africa in Rhodesia (UCCAR); and finally, in 1965, of the United Church of Zambia (UCZ).
(71) Kashinda Bible School, Report presented to the Synod of the United Church of Central Africa in Rhodesia (1960), UCZ Theological College archives; Minutes of the Church of Central Africa in Rhodesia, CCAR 58/40 of 1958; United Church of Zambia Land Sub-committee, Report presented to Synod Executive, 1; Grenville-Grev, "Mindolo," 110.
The majority of ministers in the UCZ are male but, as the impact of globalization affects especially women (and the youth), a study of the topic is of particular interest to the church's female workers.
As participants in and facilitators of the UCZ symposium in October 2015 in Kabwe observed, the church must offer an alternative theology that can hold its own in a world dominated by globalization and secularism.
As such, it is a work of reference that the editors hope will be of great interest to UCZ members and the families of missionaries.
If there are records at Sefula, the editors were unable to see them, and they seem unaware of UCZ archives now at Mindolo.