Bible School and Seminary Training
Ministry


Asian Theological Seminary (ATS)

Asian Theological Seminary (ATS), located in Manila, has served the evangelical community since 1969 with a faculty of mostly Filipinos who seek to glorify God by providing quality education that prepares workers for His church in Asia and around the world. ATS is a major training center for graduate level study designed for pastors and leaders. ATS is also the mother school of Asian Graduate School of Theology. This project is designed to assist ATS with funds which will be used for such expenses as faculty salaries, scholarships, operating expenses and faculty development projects. Total cost for one year of study is approximately $1,000. >Since many students are already in ministry, they only need assistance with their school expenses. Some of the international students also need assistance with living expenses.  Read More



Conservative Baptist Seminary Asia (CBSA)

Conservative Baptist Seminary Asia (CBSA), in partnership with other evangelical schools, provides a variety of degree programs in the Philippines. WorldVenture workers serve with CBSA, to equip Filipinos with theological understanding, ministry skills, and a passion to make disciples and lead ministries, both locally and cross-culturally. The Conservative Baptist Association of the Philippines has a goal of planting many new churches and sending missionaries to other Asian countries by 2025, so the need for hundreds of new, well-equipped ministry leaders is great. Teachers are needed for many more church-based regional training sites around the country.  Read More


ESEPA Bible College and Seminary

ESEPA is an evangelical Bible College and Seminary, located in Costa Rica and ministering to students at its campus and by internet. For over 28 years it has been recognized as a moral and ethical force in the field of ministry education. Its quality in the training of leaders is recognized both nationally and internationally. Its graduates have gone on to develop ministries and to occupy positions for the extension and edification of the kingdom, in Costa Rica, throughout Spanish-speaking America and in mission areas. ESEPA offers three academic levels, all of which combine spiritual growth with intellectual rigor: Masters degree, with emphasis in Old Testament, New Testament or Theology Bachelor degree, in Christian Education, Cross-cultural Ministries or Pastoral Ministry Certificate programs for students without a high-school diploma.  Read More


New Creation Ministries

New Creation Ministries (NCM) is home to many WorldVenture missionaries building up the church in Rwanda. Located in Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, NCM offers a four-year pastoral training school for pastors to take courses in ministry and theology. The Christian Leadership Institute of Rwanda, a new program, seeks to train Christian leaders at the bachelor-degree level, training and discipling them to be future transformers throughout the world. Preach the Word, another pastoral training program, gives Rwandan pastors two years of expository Bible reading and teaching skills. While NCM is primarily focused on training and equipping Rwandan pastors, it also runs a number of other programs, including a children’s ministry, English classes, a theological Christian library, and an agricultural demonstration program.  Read More


PTEE

The PTEE is a theological program for the equipping and training of Arabic-speaking church leaders in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as in the Arab Diaspora. It is a member-based organization, established in 1981 to serve the church of Jesus Christ in the Arab world. The PTEE provides training for all levels of leadership in the church, including those called to serve as pastors and teachers, and those called to serve in other aspects of community life. It regularly provides leadership education on location for existing and emerging leaders in seven or more Arab countries as well as in Arabic-language fellowships throughout the world. The PTEE is already planning to extend its reach beyond these boundaries and to strengthen its influence within them. Over the past 5 years 200 students have studied with us, averaging over one and a half courses each per year. The Program presently offers three accredited, university-level, academic awards. These include a 36-course Bachelor of Theology (BTh) degree, a 24-course Diploma of Theology, and a 12-course Certificate of Theology. Students are also required to be involved in various supervised practical ministries in order to gain credit for these also. Many current students are working towards a BTh, and in order to recognize their progressive achievements the PTEE awards the Certificate of Theology and Diploma of Theology at the appropriate stages along the way toward that final goal. Development of an extension-based Master of Arts in Theology degree is in progress. This is aimed at helping active leaders to enhance their ministry and leadership abilities. The extension methodology used by PTEE is regarded by educational experts as providing an excellent approach to holistic leadership training. It is contextually relevant and of strategic importance to the future of the church in the Middle East and North Africa.  Read More