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Our gracious God is raising up men and women leaders to serve the people of God and to be a shining light to the lost in Africa. UBS is a place where these leaders can be equipped with Biblical truth, develop ministry skills and network with others serving in God's kingdom in East Africa.
At UBS, the unfailing Word of God remains central to every part of the programs of study and application. The sharing of these truths to our students deepens and sharpens their ministry on the values of eternity.
“None of our partnerships on five continents is more strategic than the one we have had for many years with Uganda Baptist Seminary. The opportunity to help equip their faculty to impact thousands across Africa is indeed a unique privilege. The UBS model of academic excellence coupled with Great Commission expectation, and delivered in an effective modified residential format is a helpful template we have shared with many of our other partners around the globe.”
Dr. John H. Ewart
Associate Vice President for Global Theological Initiatives Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC
"The Great Commission has not yet been completed. The product of discipleship is leaders and leaders are in short supply in the church. Uganda Baptist Seminary is such a place where leadership excellence is inspired, leadership skills are acquired, and leadership acumen is equipped. My own leadership journey began at UBS."
Rev. Dr. Michael Okwakol
Senior Pastor, Agape Baptist Church, Kampala, Uganda
President, All Africa Baptist Fellowship
"In rural villages Pastors are more than just church leaders they are also highly respected community leaders. At UBS we are training men and women as they go on to lead not just their churches but also to be transformational community leaders. Our students are engaged in the delivery of education through church schools, local agricultural projects, social and political justice projects such as supporting the rights of widows, children and youth support services, health services and medical projects."
Reverend Dr. Clive Jarvis
Visiting Professor of Church History
PO Box 2203 Jinja, Uganda