Training For The Harvest
WHO WE ARE
ATTS was established to strengthen those who are training workers for the harvest in Africa. Our mission is to facilitate training that equips the church in Africa to disciple the nations in the power of the Holy Spirit.
“Affirming and empowering theological educators in Africa”
We provide support services and quality training resources for Assemblies of God Bible schools in Africa. Through our Bible school consultations and regional conferences, we keep training tied to the needs of the national churches we serve. As we interface with Bible schools and national church leaders in Africa, our desire is to help with the implementation of curriculum, the use of resources, and the encouragement of leadership’s best practices.
AFRICA’S HOPE DISCOVERY SERIES
The Africa’s Hope Discovery Series is a Bible school curriculum that has been developed for use in Africa’s diploma-level Bible schools, providing a comprehensive biblical foundation for ministry in the African context.
THE ATTS NEWSLETTER
Training Today is an e-newsletter that provides information about current events, inspiration to reach for greater heights in training ministry, and connection with a network of more than 350 Bible schools and extension training centers across the African continent.
The West Africa Advanced School of Theology of the Assemblies of God (WAAST) is a university training institution headquartered in Lomé, Togo. To accomplish its mission of "training leaders for the Missio Dei", it has opened extensions in several African countries...
A new agreement was signed yesterday between Africa's Hope and the Kenya Assemblies of God (KAG) that will allow for the widespread distribution of the Living the Truth discipleship curriculum in Kenya. We are excited about this development as it will have a dramatic...
In October a two-day faculty enrichment seminar was organized in Mbalmayo, Cameroon in partnership with Africa’s Hope and ATTS. The theme of the seminar was: The Role of Training in the Growth and Stability of the Future Church. Forty-seven delegates participated from...