It was 1881. A.B. Simpson and seven other individuals were praying in a “cold and cheerless” dance hall. God ignited a movement through the Holy Spirit to create a culture of leader development that would prepare young men and women to go forth as labourers into the neglected ministry fields.
Training would take one year. It was highly practical as students participated in mission work. It was highly academic as students were taught courses dealing with the Bible, Church History and Christian Evidences.
The only qualification for entry to the school was “that they had given up all for Christ, and His work meant all to them“.
Pathways School of Ministry exists to continue the Christian & Missionary Alliance tradition of developing Christ-Centred, Spirit-Empowered and Mission-Focused leaders.
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Successful completion of the Pathways program requirements will be considered to be the equivalent of one year of an undergraduate degree at Emmanuel Bible College, or, for students in the graduate program, the equivalent of one year of a graduate degree (MTS or MDiv) at McMaster Divinity College. Students completing the Pathways graduate program will receive a Graduate Certificate in Christian Studies from McMaster Divinity College.