Mission Statement


The Mission Statement of the Faculty of Pentecostal Theology,
the Theological Pentecostal Institute from Bucharest

1. Definition of specific terms

  • Knowledge – the totality of facts, principles, theories and practices pertaining to a particular filed of study
  • Ability – the capacity to apply an use knowledge in order to carry out tasks and resolve problems
  • Competency – the proven capacity to select, combine and use appropriate knowledge and abilities in order to successfully solve work and study issues / situations

2. The mission of the Faculty of Pentecostal Theology is to honour God through the training of godly Christian leaders, who, being empowered by the Holy Ghost, will shepherd the Church of Christ by:

  •  communicating divine truths efficiently and
  • attending to the spiritual needs of its members

3. The fundamental values that must be appropriated and cultivated, in order to carry out this mission, are:

  • Spiritual growth;
  •  Efficient communication;
  • Servant leadership

3.1 Spiritual growth:
– strategic objectives –

  • To acquire and develop spiritual-moral virtues that lead to Christlikeness;
  • To experience divine intervention in one’s life as a result of one’s faithfulness towards God;
  • To develop a Christ-like mentality, moulded by the Holy Ghost through the teaching of the Bible;
  • To cultivate a spirit of communion and cooperation in the Gospel.

3.2 Efficient communication
– strategic objectives –

  • To acquire biblical knowledge;
  • To develop the ability to interpret the text of the Holy Scriptures;
  • To develop an ability to understand, address and influence contemporary culture;
  • To develop a competency to communicate efficiently, both orally and in writing.

3.3 Servant leadership
– strategic objectives –

  • To develop a mentality of servant leadership;
  • To develop homiletical competencies by involvement in church ministry practicums;
  • To judiciously fulfil pastoral-missionary duties;
  • To cultivate a spirit of social involvement.

4. Practical implications of the mission of the institution, taking into account its specific purposes:

  •  To emphasize a student-centred education;
  • To make theological reflection a a mandatory, constant activity of each member of the faculty – this with a twofold purpose:

– To provide for the spiritual and intellectual formation of the students;
– To rise the prestige and the credibility of the Faculty of Pentecostal Theology so that its authority in theological matters is increasingly recognised within the Romanian Christian Pentecostal;
– Denomination and in the context of the theological academia in general.