Personal Transformation

Ultimately, our effectiveness in life and ministry flows from the quality of our love relationship with our Father in heaven, through Jesus Christ, by the Holy Spirit. Who we are, from the inside out, determines how we live and what we do. Therefore, All Nations College will first and foremost focus on helping students cultivate a true discipling relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord, resulting in obedience that flows from love.This desire for authentic intimacy with Christ will only be complete if we are in true unity with Christ’s Body, His family-community. It is out of this loving submission to Christ’s kingly rule, and a life-giving connection with Christ’s family-community, that will shape our inner character.

Being a person of character, because of a close relationship with Christ and Christ’s Body, will be the foundation for the way we live, fulfill our calling, and the degree of our impact.

The general objectives of All Nations College degree programs are to help each student grow into Christ’s likeness by 1.) cultivating a love relationship with God as Father, through the Person of Jesus Christ, by the Holy Spirit, 2.) learning how to live effectively in a Christ-centered family-community, 3.) developing Christ’s character deep within one’s heart and lifestyle, 4.) hearing and obeying Christ’s call on their life in every area of life, 5.) mature in their competency and skills to successfully carry out one’s calling. The 5-C’s (Christ, Community, Character, Calling, Competency) will be realized through the four dynamics required for transformation into Christ’s likeness: 1.) Instructional, 2.) Relational, 3.) Experiential, 4.) Spiritual.

Discipleship-Leadership Lifestyle For All Nations College Students:


  • Personal “Face Time” with God each day.
  • Gender specific discipleship group of 2-4 that reaches out to others.
  • Spiritual family (sometimes called Home Groups, Missional Kingdom Families, Life Groups, Kinship Groups, etc.) of 5-15 members within a local congregation.
  • Personal Life: A follower of Jesus Christ with a Pray, Hear, Obey lifestyle in the context of committed church family.
  • Personal Outreach Lifestyle: Prayer, Care, Share Lifestyle.
  • Active member of local church: tithing, corporate worship, fellowship, etc.
  • Doing the work required to complete their degree program.
  • Humble and teachable, willing to be mentored and coached by other believers.

What we hope to achieve:

Comprehensive development in Christ’s character, skills, and knowledge for effective ministry. Life development and lifelong learning orientation. Recognition of and participation in the centrality of the local church in the plan of God. Ability to master biblical content, benefit from significant contributions of scholars, and build strategic models of ministry accordingly. The general objective of Ministry degrees is to help train those who desire to be part of a leadership and ministry team that is one-minded in ministry vision and philosophy. Out of this team would come those who commit themselves long term to local church leadership or those who desire to train to be part of a missionary team involved in planting or establishing churches in other cities, regions, and nations.

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