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Core Values

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1.      1.  Prayerful dependence on God

As a community of students and staff  we express this dependence most clearly in our commitment to hear and heed the Bible’s encouragement to call out to our Father by praying as a staff and students together at the beginning of each day, each class and as a gathered community each morning, and evening.

 2.   Personal transformation in community

One of our values as a Seminary is to pursue 'personal transformation in the community' and to that end we are involved as  a staff and students in various activities that seek to see this value embraced in the life of the  seminary. Some of the more intentional transformational opportunities come in the form of devotional services,fellowship groups, prayer meetings, participation in practical ministry.

 3. Teamwork & Mutual Understanding

            We value working together as a team, not simply as individuals, towards achieving our mission and realizing our vision.  

4. Servant Leadership 

We value servant leadership by encouraging individuals to serve others while focusing on achieving the mission and vision  of the Seminary and remaining true to its biblical foundation.  We believe that servant leadership is the only  model of leadership that ultimately glorifies Jesus Christ, the head of the Church. 

 5.  Accountability & Integrity

We take full responsibility for our activities and are accountable for our work. We honor our commitments and take pride in our work. We demand integrity and accountability for individual and team actions, responsible and truthful communication, and ethical behavior at all times.

 6.   Spiritual, Academic and Practical Education

As a Seminary, our commitment is to provide education which is spiritual, academic and practical.' This three- stranded approach is crucial factor in developing students at NPTS. We value the notion of not just doing what is expected but going above and beyond the standard expectations to provide the education that our students are seeking through our Seminary.  We value the vigorous engagement of students in the classroom and other learning environments.

 7.      Serve the body of Christ across denominations

As part of the local ‘body of Christ’, we aim to serve the global ‘body of Christ’ by creating a space to explore what it means to be a follower of Jesus in today’s world.  NPTS places a high value on modeling service, on  en
riching and equipping the ‘body of Christ’, that ‘one new humanity’ (Ephesians 2.15) which is the Church.