The School of Apostolic Ministry aspires to provide a tangible teaching and learning environment, whereby the purpose, power and presence of God can be experienced by its students to equip and to empower them to succeed personally and professionally, as they continue to hunger and thirst after the righteousness of God as lifelong learners.
The validity of this philosophy has been substantiated through the success of School of Apostolic Ministry graduates and the prestige enjoyed by the institution in its early years of development. While the School envisions that its fundamental purpose will remain the same, the dynamic nature of education and its global environment requires constant review of short and long-term goals and objectives and progress toward achieving those goals. The School of Apostolic Ministry is committed to continuous improvement through rigorous periodic evaluation of progress toward achieving its mission and goals.
The School of Apostolic Ministry offers courses in areas in which it has Apostolic insight and for which significant student demand exists.
The School of Apostolic Ministry is focused on providing the highest practical experience of its kind to its students around the world. As a globally recognized center for Apostolic learning, the School of Apostolic Ministry’s faculty is not required to do research but are instead encouraged to focus on God’s presences in the lives of every student to support them in their Apostolic journey. The School of Apostolic Ministry is an advocate for social engagement through public service and encourages its graduates to use their degrees to make a difference in the world.
The School of Apostolic Ministry believes that the combination of a motivated student body and a caring, dedicated faculty is instrumental to God’s desire to fill the earth with His glory! Our success is predicated on our ability to empower his children to Pursue His Presence, Fulfill His Purpose and to Demonstrate His power and His glory in this hour! Student preparation is a reflection of the Apostolic Gifts that teach them. Accordingly, the School admits students who possess and demonstrate a desire to learn, and employs faculty who possess and demonstrate the ability and gifting to teach.
This mission underlies all the major changes the School has experienced in recent years as well as its plans for the future, including the updating of curricula and the establishment of new campuses.
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