Mission & Vision

मिशन र दर्शन


Paul Theological Seminary is called to make workers like the Apostle Paul and continue his ministry for the gospel, as Acts 1:8 says. We are to make faithful disciples of Jesus: preach the gospel to unreached people, plant churches, reproduce people through discipleship, and send missionaries to surrounding nations. PTS was established to develop and discover discipleship, equip and send effective spirit-filled leaders for church planting movements, and produce godly pastors and scriptures-based teachers for the kingdom of Christ.


Paul Theological Seminary prepares workers to make disciples of all nations, as Matthew 28:19 says, by thoroughly teaching the Bible. Our mission is to establish Discipleship Training Centers in major regions in Nepal to attain the ministry of God.

Goal of PTS

P- Preaching
Preaching the gospel to unreached people and planting churches through the students. 

T- Teaching 
Through teaching create a harvest worker, make disciples who can make disciples, and making church leaders teach Bible.

S- Sharing 
Sharing the source for expanding God's Kingdom. Source represents human resources, finances, ideas, skill, etc. 


We believe in:

1. The holy scriptures are composed of sixty-six books of the old and the new testament as originally given by God, uniquely inspired, entirely trustworthy, the supreme authority over man, and infallible in all matters of faith and doctrine.
2. One God eternally existent in three persons Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, active in the work of creation, providence, and redemption.

3. The full deity and humanity of our Lord Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His atoning death, His bodily resurrection and ascension, and His ministry in the world as the only savior and finally judge of mankind.
4. The Holy Spirit by whose work of sanctification and indwelling the believers is enabled to live a holy life, to witness and work for the Lord Jesus Christ, and to serve responsibility in the contemporary word.
5. The dignity of man created in the image of God, his subsequent fall and universal sinfulness, and his need for justification and regeneration appropriated through personal repentance and faith in Christ.
6. The spiritual unity of all believers in Christ, composing the church, the body of Christ, is visibly expressed in worship, fellowship, and service in society.
7. The personal return of Jesus Christ in the power and glory to consummate His kingdom and the resurrection of all men either to eternal death or to eternal life.