Midwestern School of Divinity has been established for the sole purpose of issuing credentials to men and women as certified, licensed and ordained professional ministers. With this status we may train, as well as endorse ministers of the Abyssinian Apostolic Church and its provinces.
Our emphasis is not to achieve secular accreditation, although we issue degrees for ministry purposes only. Our mission is to equip the minister with practical education for his/her ministry. We continue in this practical path as the means of fulfilling the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.
Although accreditation is a totally voluntary decision, Midwestern School of Divinity has decided to obtain membership and recognition form reputable Ecclesiastic organizations only. This provides MSD the liberty to design and offer courses that are spiritual, as well as practical.
MSD is a recognized member of the following Ecclesiastic bodies:
The National Association of Private Theological Institutions (NAPTI)
The National Association of Private Theological Institutions (NAPTI) is a non-profit, religious and educational organization dedicated to the regulation, implementation and enforcement of standards for Christian Schools, Bible Institutes, Schools of Ministry, Schools of Divinity, Colleges, Universities and Seminaries throughout the United States and abroad.
The National Bible College Association (NBCA)
The National Bible College Association provides non-governmental recognition and certification by way of providing accredited status to small, private, independent Christian institutions of higher learning. By way of its membership and status with the National Bible College Association, Midwestern School of Divinity is a recognized, endorsed and accredited institution of higher learning dedicated to the principles of the Kingdom of God and the effectual nurture and training of Ministers throughout the United States and abroad.
Global Christian Schools Network (GCSN)
The Global Christian Schools Network (GCSN) is a network of universities, institutes, colleges and schools that share a common heritage of independence, theological foundation, and priorities beyond secular and public educational strategies.