The E. Stanley Jones School of Mission and Ministry prepares evangelists, leaders in justice ministries, church planters, pastors, missionaries, mission leaders, professors, faith-based NGO leader/practitioners, and scholars for the apostolic mission of the church around the world and in an increasing post-Christian West.
Since its first class in 1983, the E. Stanley Jones School of Mission and Ministry has served the Christian movement with an intercultural approach to teaching and evangelism. Over the past 40 years, we have prepared students to advance God’s kingdom with the Bible, a compassionate lifestyle, and the hope of the entire human race.
The E. Stanley Jones School of Mission and Ministry is ideal for those with a heart for mission and a desire to reach all people with the good news of the gospel especially in our increasing diverse, complex, post-Christian world. We offer a variety of degrees to help you answer God’s call in your life.
Our world-renowned faculty are engaging instructors, innovative thinkers, rigorous researchers and accomplished writers. They are committed to seeing students excel academically, but more importantly they desire to see a maturing of spiritual growth and formation. Meet our faculty!
The E. Stanley Jones School of Mission and Ministry hosts conferences with speakers, leaders and authors from around the world to help students engage with and learn from other contexts and cultures to prepare students for intercultural ministry. View past seminars!
Kingdom Conferences celebrates the global body of Christ and fosters a Kingdom-mindset for our seminary and community members by highlighting our uniquely diverse ways of worship and communion. Through multicultural chapel services, talk-back sessions, and a large potluck dinner, the Asbury Seminary community can hear, embrace, and be spiritually formed by the voices of the nations.
Since 1923, Asbury Seminary has been preparing graduates to preach The Whole Bible for the Whole World. We seek to be global learners, as well as global teachers. We develop healthy, bi-directional partnerships with seminaries and organizations around the world to learn from our partners, as well as the “grow fruit on other people’s trees.”