Culture Days

The APNTS motto, “Bridging Cultures for Christ,” has been clearly portrayed on campus recently by the Culture Days presented by students from Korea and Myanmar. Each year, students are given the opportunity to share the unique aspects of their home cultures during a Chapel service. The first Culture Day of the year featured students from

General Superintendent Chambo visits APNTS Campus

APNTS was privileged to have newly elected General Superintendent, Dr. Filimao Chambo recently spend time on campus. A highlight was Dr. Chambo bringing a message to faculty, students, administration and guests, at the first Chapel service of the new semester. Dr. Chambo was elected to the office of General Superintendent in June, 2017, at the

Apply For Research Grant

The Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary Research Department invites interested faculty and students to apply for Research Grants A.Y. 2017-2018. Deadline: JANUARY 12, 2018 For inquiries, please contact Ms. M. Joy Pring at APNTS Research Priorities: 1. Social Relevance. APNTS is a higher education institution that is also committed to generate knowledge that is relevant

APNTS Celebrates 34th Anniversary!

The 34th anniversary celebration for APNTS, held on Tuesday, Nov. 14th was a great success! The chapel service  served as a kick-off to the annual Spiritual Deepening Week, featuring the second President of APNTS, Dr. LeBron Fairbanks as speaker. The theme for the week was, “Whatever Happens, Walk Worthy.” The celebration service began with the

APNTS Celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

On Sat., Oct. 28, 2017, Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary celebrated 500 years of the Reformation by holding a symposium on the relevance and significance of the Reformation tradition to the Wesleyan-Holiness Christians of today. Over a hundred people participated in this event, among them were APNTS faculty and students, LAMP students, and other guests. The