Training For The Harvest
WHO WE ARE
ATTS was established to equip and 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.
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.
This year, ATTS will be holding three regional empowerment conferences for West, East, and Central Africa. These strategic conferences will gather hundreds of Bible school leaders from their respective regions for a time of refreshing, planning, equipping, and...
First Steps: Your New Life in Christ is a wonderful new discipleship resource that we have created in a series we are developing called Roots of Faith. This first book is intended to be a stand-alone discipleship resource—a 13-week guide for new believers to help them...
On Saturday, October 31, 2020, the Instituto Bíblico de las Asambleas de Dios in Equatorial Guinea commemorated its 14th graduation ceremony. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the graduation was held four months late. Although the school year did not go as smoothly as...