Aloha Christian Theological Seminary (ACTS)
Mission & Discipline
Mission & Discipline
85-4554 Mamalahoa Hwy. Capt. Cook, HI 96704
Ph. 808-896-8937 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Accreditation by U. A. C. 2/5/04
is accredited through:
Universal Accrediting Commission
5100 Van Dorn Street 6154
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
The mission of Trinity Fellowship International is to find the rejected, disconnected and discarded parts of the Lord’s Church and help heal, sort and reassemble according to the teachings of our Lord and Apostles of His New Testament Church (I Cor.1:17-31; Eph.4:1-16; John.17).
The mission also includes the development of House Church ministries. House Church ministries are not satellite Bible study groups of a larger monolithic theater mega church program. House Churches are autonomous physically but spiritually share in the beautiful unity of Christ (Eph. 4:11-16 and John 17).
The original impact of the Early Church should be carefully studied and emulated. If we cannot surpass the Early Church in effectiveness and power, then we should try to copy The Early Church. We should not seek to deviate from the original productive pattern given under the anointing and guidance of the Holy Spirit to the Apostles.
To enable any disciple of Jesus Christ to receive a balanced education in the theology of God’s Truth in Love, Holiness, and Power in one year. And in the second year to encourage the development of Christian Maturity for Ministry to train others also.
The seminary is basically internet centered at TrueVine, Kealia, Hawaii. we are in the process of confirming the three years of classes and curriculum. The seminary is a subsidiary of Trinity Fellowship International and soon will also have a book store, “Acts 29 Book Store”, in order to make textbooks available for our students at the lowest possible cost. e-mail access to registration is: Ken@Trinity-Aloha.org.
III. Study Plan:
Students will receive a guided study for the basic theology of each course.
Students will then have an interactive discussion on what was learned each week.
Students will submit a two page, double spaced paper covering each chapter.
Pass or fail will be posted each week as per the instructor’s evaluation. An evaluation for previous ministry experience may also be accepted for equivalent subjects.
Other class and study options may be included at the discretion of the Dean.
At this point in time, TrueVine facilities for live-in students is very limited. Due to circumstances, the Abbey was sold and a move was made to a smaller facility. So though it is possible to have a life in experience it is very limited and must be applied for.
Seminary tuition is on a donation basis. We feel that a foundational Christian Education is required by the Great Commission and as such should not be restricted by finances. There will be a minimum charge for the books required for the courses and the student’s personal library.
Biblical standards will be invoked for any and all disciplines.
i. High School diploma may be required for admission. Attendance and progress reports will be maintained. Each year will include three, four-month semesters with a 1-week break between each semester. Each of the five-semester classes will be a 4 unit credit requiring 20 units per semester for passing. 60 unit/credits hours will be required for a Bachelor of Theology Degree.
ii. In addition to the B.Th. Degree 60 unit/credits will be required to earn a Master of Theology Degree, Th.M. Units/Credits may be transferred from accredited colleges if evaluated to be equal or to surpass ACTS Class requirements. Transcripts from other Colleges and/or Seminaries may be required if a request is made for the transfer of units/credits to ACTS for evaluation towards a degree.
iii. With the conferring of a Th.M. Degree and with further guided study and dissertation the graduate may qualify for a Th.D. Degree with ACTS.
Degrees may also be earned by a mentored guided study program or by use of the Internet from any place in the world.