Your learning should be life-long, and it should be geared and tailored to the call in your life. GSTPS prepares Christians to be actively invested in the local church and her ministry and so you don’t have to “quit” serving to become an academic.


Not every student is geared or prepared to become an academic. While we offer the highest of academic fortitude and scrutiny, we also provide custom learning assessments for every course offered so that evaluation and course credit can be effectively assured for every student, no matter how well they test, write, or speak.


So what? What good is what you just learned if it has no real-world application? Even if it is applied to the practice and expression of worship, all learning through GSTPS requires applied outcomes and assessment. So, when you read Barth and his opponents, you will know why it is important and be able to show how it will apply to the ministry that you serve or will serve.

Take control of your education and ministry preparation

We have many learning modules, programs, and established mediums through which our students learn. While learning is not at one’s leisure, we do offer programs for both ends of the spectrum in relation to the advancement of time in the books.

We have a module program that allows students to take and complete portions of a course or degree plan without having to do everything at once and we also have options where a student can take an entire module’s requirements and, with approval from their mentor, effectively carve out large portions of certain subjects quickly with intensive programs.

The Choice is Yours, The Help is Yours

For the rare student who is free to study all the time and invest a large portion of their calendar and resources for learning, we are able to assist you in planning your degree completion and in most situations, course work can be completed with personal assistance from faculty.

The whole world is on social media together, why can’t they be learning too?

As you’ll see quickly, GSTPS has venues, courses, class work, lectures, videos, digital classrooms, and much more. We have in class options, group options and of course, ONLINE LEARNING. ¬†Getting a degree online is all the rave these days and in reality, we’re going to see more and more higher learning using online study and course work. ¬†It’s more affordable, convenient and at times, easier to manage.

Not all of our classes can be done online and a select few of our degree programs are “in class” only, but mostly about 90% of everything we offer can be modified for online learning.


Just as there are several places one can have a class: church, class room, living room, coffee shop, fire station, etc.; one can also have several different “venues” when considering online study. We offer course work through back-end services hosted with us on our servers and we also have chat rooms, video feeds, facebook “live” options, and even utilize skype or other medium, especially for international students.

So, relax, your online education isn’t going to cause you more aggravation, we want your theological and ministry preparation to be encouraging, inviting and transformational! Let us know you’re ready to get started online today!

If ever there was a time to work together, it is now…

The time for building something with greed in mind is over, so not only does Grace School of Theology and Pastor’s Seminary provide ample scholarships, but we also partner with many churches, colleges, seminaries, theologians, ministries and learning centers to make what we do possible. Our partnership mission is part of our core values and we find it vital to the longevity of not just success as in institution, but for the success of each student who vibrantly believes in our system of learning.

We are preparing to partner with many great ministries and many more are already connecting with our team as they give us insight, big and small, on how we can best accomplish our vision and goals!

Do you a qualified ministry, school, or church that may have some wisdom for us?  Then send them our way, we love to be in discussion on how we can teach God’s word and prepare God’s people.

Pastoral Oversight is a Must!

Our ARTERY of affiliation is the local church and more specifically, the shepherds of those congregations. If we desire to prepare those who shepherd, then we must be submissive to the oversight of those whom God has placed in that role. Therefore, our school discourages discussion relating to becoming “convention” led or “regionally accredited”. We are going to secure our ability to train men and women in God’s word for generations to come by first aligning with our founding Church as an arm of her ministry and second, keep a very close-knit group of pastors who will sit as trustees for centuries to come.  Well, the same pastors won’t, but someone will.