Welcome to the West Africa Advanced School of Theology in Lomé, Togo! Here you’ll meet people from many lands who have one passion in common: the evangelization of Africa for the glory of God!
The Church is exploding across Africa. In the Assemblies of God, churches are mothering new churches as people respond to the call to follow Jesus. But there is one problem: Where do you find pastors for these new works? Some countries have literally hundreds of churches without trained pastors to lead them. Some of these churches fall into tragic error.
The West Africa Advanced School of Theology (WAAST) exists to train African pastors, evangelists, and missionaries at the college level. They learn to live by the WAAST motto: “Training for Missio Dei through Pentecostal Servanthood.” Missio Dei means “God’s mission,” and graduates serve in His harvest field in many ways. They are leaders of their national or district church organizations, teach in Bible institutes, or enter other lands as missionaries.
The Assemblies of God Graduate School of Theology (AGGST) provides post-graduate study in Missiology. Its French program, new in 2002, is the first Assemblies of God Master’s degree program in this language.
We invite you to read on to see what the Lord is doing at WAAST and AGGST.
WAAST and AGGST only serve students from West and Central Africa.
WAAST and AGGST do not offer courses online.