To be a distinguished Pentecostal training school that equip servant leaders to establish the Church.

Mission Statement

The School of Bible and Theology equips Pentecostal servant leaders to make disciples through local church ministry.

Goal of the Program

The goal of the program is to equip students spiritually, cognitively, and morally with Biblical truths to serve the local church and the community with a Christlike attitude, servant-leadership orientation, scholastic aptitude, and transformative social engagements.

Overarching Learning Outcomes

Cognitive (Head)

At the end of program, students should be able to:

1.     Understand Pentecostal theology

2.     Explain God’s redemption plan

3.     Interpret the Bible as the Inspired Word of God

4.     Defend servant leadership in the church

5.     Explain the identity and focus of the church

6.     Analyse current societal trends

Psychomotor (Hands)

At the end of program, students should be able to:

1.     Generate Spirit-inspired sound preaching and teaching

2.     Demonstrate servanthood in life and ministry

3.     Design contextualized mission and outreach initiatives

4.     Create contextualized disciple-making models in the church

5.     Devise strategic ministry plans for the local church

Affective (Heart)

At the end of program, students shall:

1.     Cultivate a Pentecostal disposition in life and Christian ministry

2.     Model servant leadership in the church

3.     Demonstrate a commitment to Biblical truth

4.     Develop a life-long learning posture

5.     Demonstrate passion for the mission of God (missio Dei)