Seminary for Homeless, Recovery Addicts & Urban Poor

The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI), a expansion ministry of World Impact, offers a seminary level education to the Urban Poor. World Impact Director of the Bay Area, Paul Chan, believes that the best way to train urban leaders is to offer them affordable and quality seminary level education. Most people wishing to go to Seminary are first required to go to a four year college. On top of that, the price to go to seminary is very unrealistic for a poor man or women living in the inner city. But what about those who have been to prison, suffered drug addictions and have been homeless. Should we not consider them to be Christian leaders and teachers of the Word?


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