Sam Ndoga began his Theological studies at the Evangelical Bible College where he graduated with a Diploma in Theology in 1991. He pursued further studies with the University of Zululand for the Bachelor of Theology (Arts) in 1995 and obtained a L Th (Hons) in 1996 from the Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa.
He completed his Masters of Arts (cum laude) at Rand Afrikaans University in 1998 while serving as the CEO of the Johannesburg YMCA. From 2001 to 2007 he pastored Emerald Hill Community Church, and was a member of faculty at Harare Theological and African Leadership and Management Academy (ALMA).
In 2005 he was appointed Director at ALMA.
He has completed his Doctorate degree in Literature and Philosophy with the University of South Africa. Dr. Sam Ndoga joined the Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa (BTC) in January 2008. Dr. Ndoga is passionate about raising and training leaders in Africa who will spearhead transformational causes on the continent.