Project

Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary Project

The mission of Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary (JETS) is “to equip spiritual leaders for planting and strengthening churches in the Arab World.” Since 1991, JETS has equipped Christian leaders from Arabic-speaking countries in the Middle East, the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa.

A nondenominational school, JETS is accredited by the European Evangelical Accrediting Agency (EEAA), the Asia Theological Association (ATA) and the Middle East Association for Theological Education (MEATE). It offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as a joint Doctor of Ministry degree with Dallas Theological Seminary. These programs are designed to prepare men and women for ministry, often in difficult areas.

JETS graduates serve in several Arab countries, as well in Arab communities in the West. They minister in roles including church planters, pastors, teachers, writers, evangelists, worship leaders and women’s ministry leaders. And, God has used them to bring many to faith in Christ and to plant churches in challenging places.

Your gift to the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary will equip more Christian leaders for ministry in Arab communities. Through JETS graduates, least-reached people hear the gospel and churches are planted.

Pray for the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary Project:

  • Praise God for using JETS to equip believers to plant and strengthen churches in the Arab world.
  • Pray that many people will place their faith in Christ through the ministry of JETS graduates.
  • Ask God to provide the funds needed for scholarships for JETS students, who aren’t allowed by law to work off campus.

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