Acts 29 Network Seminary Partnership
The Acts 29 Network is devoted to planting churches that plant churches, and bringing renewal to churches that are dying. And like Western Seminary, they long to see a gospel-centrality at the heart of the ministry that springs from each church. Western's own evangelical mission and theological beliefs prove us to share many convictions about the Lord and his work, and so we're pleased to train the people who will lead Acts 29 churches. That's why we've built a partnership to offer special benefits to staff of Acts 29 Network churches who seek faithful and biblical seminary training.
10 - 20%
The Acts 29 grant makes seminary more affordable
Get your theological training from a trusted seminary -- and pay for it with a generous, exclusive scholarship. Fulltime staff of at least 32 hours per week can receive the Acts 29 Network Ministry Partner Grant, which pays up to 20% of tuition fees. Explore qualification requirements and learn how to apply.
Accessible scheduling means you don't stop serving
We specialize in training part-time students who are already serving in ministry -- like the many Acts 29 staff ministering around the world. We bring innovation with accessible course scheduling at our online campus as well as through 2-4 day intensive courses in Portland, San Jose, Sacramento and Seattle.
Western Seminary degree options include:
- Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
- Doctor of Intercultural Studies
- Master of Theology (Th.M)
- Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
- M.A. in Counseling
- M.A. in Marital and Family Therapy
- M.A. (Biblical and Theological Studies)
- M.A. in Ministry and Leadership
- M.A. in Global Leadership
- Graduate Studies Diploma
- Graduate Studies Certificate
Gospel-centrality for instruction and spirituality
The gospel is the power of God for salvation and the basis for lives of holiness on Earth. It far transcends any tips or tricks that we might offer about how best to minister. Each degree program we offer is built upon a foundation of biblical studies and hermeneutics, with an eye toward exploring how the the gospel is further unpacked through each book of the Bible. Even skill-based and spiritual formation courses are taught with an understanding that ministry should be fueled by connection to gospel-purposes, rather than pragmatism. The result of training like this is not only knowledge, but genuine transformation. See what our president has to say about the gospel...
Want to learn more about your training options at Western Seminary?