Every Christian brings a unique story, a unique set of personal gifts and abilities and a unique sense of calling. Each has his or her own hopes and goals for living in accordance with that calling – putting those gifts and abilities to use in God’s service and in bringing their story and the story of the gospel together where God has placed them.
That is why ACTS Seminaries offers courses and programs in a variety of areas. Find the area of study that fits your gifts, abilities and calling.
Apologetics establishes a rational reasoned defense of the Christian faith, as well as engaging current social issues and the truth claims of other faiths.
Biblical Studies will provide you with a strong foundation for ministry and personal faith by refining your knowledge of the Scriptures.
Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care is the provision of spiritual care through varied forms of caring ministry to people beyond the walls of the church.
Church history examines what Christians at different times and in different places around the world believed about God, the Gospel and the Christian life, so that we can live in faithful obedience to the gospel today.
Church Ministries helps develop your understanding of the educational ministry of the church along with the practical skills required for effective leadership of educational ministries to children, youth and adults.
Effective leadership requires wisdom, knowledge and humility to lead wherever God has called, whether in full-time church ministry or leadership in the marketplace and community.
Linguistics will allow you to produce scientific descriptions of languages and cultures, literature and materials for literacy instruction and translations of the Bible for effective cross-cultural communication and ministry.
Marriage and Family Therapy
Marriage and Family Therapy will provide you with the therapeutic skills to build and maintain individual emotional health and the health of family units and contribute to building and sustaining strong and thriving communities.
Pastoral Ministry courses are designed to equip the you with a philosophy of ministry as well as practical skills in the major areas of pastoral ministry - preaching, pastoral care and leadership.
The Septuagint is the earliest Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible and the first major work of religious translation in history. It provides unique insight into the world in which Jesus lived and in which the early church grew.
Theology is what Christians believe about God, salvation and the nature of reality, which makes every Christian a theologian. By engaging with current and historical theological issues, you will see more clearly how your beliefs impact both your day-to-day life and the major social and cultural issues in the world today.