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Liberia is strategically situated in West Africa with the potential to hold at bay the Muslim influx into the region. God sent me here to involve me in evangelism, Bible training, church planting, discipleship training, and preparing the future leaders of the church in Liberia, empowering them to push back against the Islamic incursion building the church in the power of the gospel and the Spirit of God. My training at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary has been essential to the dramatic success of this important work.
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary has been a place of great interest and support from members of my family for many years. I was blessed to have already been acquainted with most of the professors and I have great admiration for the Alumni. As a graduate from Lee University (College) years ago, I decided to follow my desire to build on my undergraduate degree in Psychology. I captured the challenge of coping with the absence of safe familiarity of a “campus cocoon” and accepted the bold step to enhance my preparation for professional paths connecting my education to career. The “On-Line Opportunity” came my way and has been a valuable life changing experience. Professors became personal mentors. The collaboration and relationships with other students (all over the world) created lasting friendships and networking opportunities. The Seminary journey teaches you about your own purpose and destination. It causes you to tap into your own potential. I have completed the Masters of Counseling program 100% online within two and a half years while working fulltime and I graduated spring of 2015. The next phase of this journey begins this fall of 2015 (online) as I step into the completion of the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
If you are contemplating study through PTSeminary – I am living proof it CAN be done Online!
Silas ShamMTS 2014, MDiv 2015
During my time at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, my interactions and engagement with professors, staff, and students pushed me to new heights intellectually, and spiritually. Guided by a Wesleyan-Pentecostal ethic, the Seminary’s emphasis on integrating the head, heart, and hands will undoubtedly serve anyone considering ministry in the parish, the academy, or beyond well. Without reservation, I would encourage anyone who desires to be shaped by top-rate scholars in a Spirit empowered community to come to PTSeminary.