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Missionary Training Institute 2018

The Global Missions Center, under the direction of Dr. Teresa Chai, invites you to participate in the Missionary Training Institute.

When: April 1-15, 2018

Where: Asia Pacific Theological Seminary (APTS), Baguio City, Philippines


Program Director Dave Johnson says, “This is designed for new missionaries and those considering a missionary calling. It’s also a great opportunity for current missionaries who desire continuing education.”

Because MTI is an official program of APTS, you can receive academic credit from the institute. A total of 6 credits at BA/MA level can be taken during the 2 week schedule with additional course fees and academic assignments.

According to the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, 91% of all Asians are not yet followers of Jesus Christ. Let’s change that!

Course coverage:

MIS 601: Issues in Cross-Cultural Ministry- (April 2-8)

Cultural Anthropology
Animism and Missions
World Religions
Cross-Cultural Communication
Missionary Life
Week-end Practicum

MIS 602: Missionary Methods and Strategies- (April 9-15)

Language Learning
Church Planting
Signs and Wonders
Missionary Strategies
Missionary Mentoring
Week-end Practicum



On-Campus (2 weeks): Total cost $260.00

(Includes dorm room, food, snacks, study materials, admin fee and week-end practicum)

Off-Campus (2 weeks): Total Cost $180.00

(Includes study materials, admin fee, week-end practicum, and snacks)

Additional Cost if taking for credit: APTS Fee:

Admin Fee: $18.50 per credit
Credit Fee: $30.00 per credit


  • Application Form
  • English Proficiency test for non-English speaking participants
  • References from Mission Board or Pastor

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About the Author: Dave Johnson, M.Div., D.Miss. (Asia Graduate School of Theology, Philippines), is an Assemblies of God missionary to the Philippines. Dave and his wife Debbie have been involved in evangelism, church planting, and Bible school and mission leadership. Dave is the Managing Editor of Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, the director of APTS Press in Baguio City, Philippines and coordinator for the Asian Pentecostal Theological Seminary's Master of Theology Program. Facebook Twitter

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