The founders of the Academy were born and raised within the Islamic culture in the Middle East and know it well. They realize that the differences between the European Church and those from Muslim backgrounds goes beyond just language. So we are here to work with local churches and participate in solving this puzzle by filling this void through our programs and activities.
Therefore, there is a great general calling for the Arab believers, including those from an Islamic or atheist past, to share their faith and to stand in the gap, and bear witness to God’s work for Arabs in Europe. There is no doubt that you are called to participate in this divine work, that there is a role and place for you, but how will you equip yourself to respond to this call?
Quest Academy takes you on a journey to learn and gain new spiritual experiences and skills in the field of mission work, within the European context. In this academy you are not just the recipient, but you are involved in the learning process through practical assignments and discussions.
It is an academy where we will walk on a journey across different cultures, and learn how to be the bridge, connecting and transferring, between shifting Arab culture and an ever-changing Western world. Our multi-national skilled speakers with both teaching and direct sending experience will be drawn from both Arab and European communities.
Quest Academy training is focused on equipping three major target groups—European leaders, migrant leaders, and missionaries. To challenge a wide variety of students, various pathways will be offered for the program. Some may choose to participate on a certificate basis while others may be interested in more formal academic training. The higher programmes which are internationally recognised will be graded and credits can be transferred towards a future programme of study elsewhere. These courses will carry the credibility of a highly respected mission training college.