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Distinct Priorities | Paths

PAThS is focused on the training priorities of the African church.

Central to the educational philosophy of PAThS is the conviction that ministry training is a biblical mandate. The purpose of this seminary is to produce the kind of effective leaders needed for the African church. Therefore, our training goals and objectives are focused and founded on the priorities established by the Africa Assemblies of God Alliance (AAGA).

PAThS is focused on Pentecostal empowerment for mission.

It is assumed that all involved with PAThS understand the link between Pentecostal empowerment and the completion of Christ’s Great Commission. This concept is infused into all aspects of the program.

PAThS is preparing servant leaders to influence the larger Pentecostal church of Africa toward the advancement of God’s kingdom on the earth.

Effective leaders influence others toward greater effectiveness in ministry. We desire every student to grow their circle of influence to maximize their effectiveness.

PAThS recognizes that the church is God’s chief instrument for accomplishing his mission in the world.

For this reason we value our partnership with Africa Assemblies of God Alliance (AAGA) and are accountable to its leadership.

Latest news

The PAThS leadership team is pleased to announce a partnership initiative with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS) to offer a new doctoral degree for Africa, beginning with the 2016 PAThS cohort.

The PAThS Academic Affairs Committee is pleased to announce the Lectureship Emergence and Advancement Program (LEAP) Fellowship and the selection of the first PAThS Leap Fellow, Dr. Béchié GNANCHOU.

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