Who we are?

The Antioch School of Ministry (ASM) is a center for leadership development in basic and continuing education for ministerial students, ministers and Christian workers, through interactive relational learning, and hands-on experience in a vibrant spiritual environment, offering spiritual formation in the life of each student. The school tries to provide the student with the highest quality of ministerial instruction and available resources. The Antioch School of Ministries offers a unique form of home study, classroom instruction, student relationship with a mentor, and active participation in the ministry.

Why is ASM important?

For the Student

The Antioch School of Ministries (ASM) is designed for you. You can complete all courses of a level in a year. We have a study strategy for you to follow. This is an exciting way to achieve your goals. Personal study and interaction with other students is energizing. Let’s stay motivated as we study together!

For the layman

Who wants to be better equipped through systematic study of the bible, this is a great way to get the knowledge you want. You will join with many other interested students, just like you to study and discuss the scriptures. You can enter into this excellent program and finally reach your ministerial goals.

For the Minister

The ministry is very much like other professions, there is always a need for continuing education. We must be students of the Word. Each sermon we preach, or all the lessons we teach, is largely affected by the amount of time we spend in Bible study. The Board of Directors strongly urges each minister with credentials, regardless of rank or credentials, to continue their education. ASM offers courses that have separate study text and student packages that are fresh and energizing. This is a great way for every minister in ASM to energize his ministry.

As they ministered to the Lord and fasted, the Holy Spirit said, “Now separate to Me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” Then, having fasted and prayed and laid hands on them, they sent them away. Acts 13:2-3 (NKJV)