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THE  WORK  &  ATS

ATS logo Donna and Paul teach, research and write at Africa Theological Seminary (ATS). Paul works mainly in the area of New Testament and theology. Donna works in the area of children's ministry.

ATS is a non-denominational, post-secondary institution of higher learning whose founders and staff are passionately and faithfully committed to train, equip, and empower Christian Leaders already involved in Ministry. Its motto is: “Training the heart, instructing the mind, empowering the hand.” Its main campus is in Kitale, Kenya, about eight hours Northwest of Nairobi.

ATS operates on an in-service model so those attending are pastors or others currently involved in Christian ministry. Students come to ATS three times a year for five weeks at a time. During these five weeks they will complete the classroom portion of three courses, each course lasts ten days. The students then return to ministry for three months before they return for their next set of courses. While the students are away from ATS they complete the homework portion of their courses, which is designed to be incorporated into their ministry.
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ATS is a ministry of International Christian Ministries (ICM). ICM trains, equips and disciples leaders to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. It has two main avenues for developing Christian leaders: the Christian Leadership Institute (CLI) and Africa Theological Seminary (ATS). Both of these programs focus on providing quality training with the aim of discipling participants. It works in over 20 countries. In addition, ICM is the 501(c)(3) organization that receives support for Paul and Donna.

ATS class

Paul and some ATS students


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