Of course, among the students are some already involved in the ministry (e.g. deacon, elder, missionary), but they also understand the importance of exploring further matters related to God, Christ and His Church, as well as their own spiritual development (1 Tim. 4:15–16). With so much liberal teaching around, seducing many, it is extremely important that those who serve God are evangelical in their beliefs and teaching.
Along with experienced and trustworthy translators, SGA helps us to achieve this. We appreciate that not only do they have a lot of experience (often they are former pastors), but they also present a substantive ministry on doctrinal topics, Bible exposition and practical issues such as evangelism, mission, discipleship and preaching, which together contribute greatly to the personal development of the students, and helps prepare them for ministry, and sustain them in it.'