Teleo University is a global distance education institution with a Mission to provide affordable, accessible, accredited degrees to pastors and ministry leaders who are seeking to finish the Great Commission through multiplying disciple makers and initiating saturation church planting.
Teleo is a Koine Greek word that means to bring to a close, to finish, or complete, or fulfill a command. In the New Testament the Apostle Paul used Teleo in 2 Timothy 4:7, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race.” Again, in John 19:30 as Jesus died on the cross for our salvation He said, “It is finished.” Teleo captures our passion to finish the Great Commission by being and making disciples of all nations.
Teleo University includes three schools:
- T-Net School of Ministry (Training Center Cohort Certificate Programs)
Certificate of Christian Ministry (CCM)
Certificate of Pastoral Ministry (CPM)
- Teleo School of Theology (Online Upper Division Bachelor Degree Program)
Bachelor of Pastoral Ministry (BPM)
- Teleo Graduate School of Ministry (Online Master Degree Program)
Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (MAPM)
We provide non-degree group learning in Training Center cohorts. Training Centers students can then earn a bachelor or master degrees by completing class assignments online. We gather pastors and church leaders into a training center cohort and provide them with world-class practical ministry training. Students then apply this training in their churches and use it to reach new people for Christ from their networks and neighborhoods.
We are currently training thousands of pastors and church leaders through hundreds of training centers in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Our parent organization is T-Net International. T-Net represents the “Teleo-Network” of training centers.
In each country Teleo University partners with indigenous denominations, networks, and Bible Colleges. Join us in seeking to finish the Great Commission. We call this PROJECT ZERO because the mandate of “all nations” or “all ethnos” ends at ZERO.
Project Zero is led by T-Net International