Logos Evangelical Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools of United States and Canada (ATS), and is approved by the Bureau of Private Secondary and Vocational Education (BPSVE) of the State of California. Logos is the first Asian Seminary accredited by ATS. Units are normally transferable between ATS accredited seminaries.
The Asian American Ministry Department was created at Logos Evangelical Seminary for this purpose: to work together with different ethnic churches and seminaries, and help educate and train future ministers and pastors for serving the needs in the Asian American Christian community.
To create teams of Asian American Christians who will evangelize and nurture the Asian American community.
TRAIN Christians for pastoring, church-planting, preaching, and teaching English-speaking Asians in North America
EQUIP cross-cultural missionaries, teachers, and pastors
ASSIST lay leaders for their services in Asian churches in North America
MENTOR students for the task of theological education in Asian ministries in North America
People are people
Here in the Logos Asian American Ministry Department, we fully recognize that people are people, not programs, not projects, but people. We give our commitment to both our visitors and our students that our first priority is you and your relationship with God. The outflowing from this priority is an environment that we pray will be nurturing, prayerful, and practical. Seminary students are often faced with the challenge of how to balance their personal walks with their studies, ministry, work, and relationships. We as the staff at Logos Asian American Ministry want you to know that we will do all we can to be a source of support, encouragement, and ministry to you as you seek to minister to others.
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Authorization and Approval: Logos Evangelical Seminary is a higher institution approved by BPPVE, the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education to grant academic degrees. The Seminary is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. The Seminary is a Full Member of the Association of Theological Schools in United States and Canada.