Northwestern Theological Seminary
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Northwestern Theological Seminary offers the most time efficient and affordable way ever to receive a your quality, theologically accredited, Bachelor, Master's and Doctorate Degrees. There is NO standard Tuition... Our students simply make a Love Offer which saves them up to 98% when *compared to traditional Degree programs.*See Application Page.

Christian Alliance Ministries educational, evangelistic, ministries are represented by many thousands of affiliate members from around the world. We expect to fulfill our goal of ONE MILLION affiliate members soon. The following pages show a few of our National Directors conducting ministry in the United States, the Philippines, Pakistan, India and  numerous countries of Africa. These pictures represent just a few of the many countries, where the Lord is making an impact through Christian Alliance Ministries Worldwide, Northwestern Theological Seminary, Seminario Northwestern and our Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ. If interested in affiliating with The Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ, you may submit a church charter application though our  There is no charge to receive a charter. If approved, your ministry can use our name and affiliate with the Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ.

We assist our Church affiliates, if outside of the United States, in starting branch seminary programs at NO cost. Churches can charge a tuition for the Associate and Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies Degree Programs providing financial proceeds for their own church or ministry. Learn more about the benefits of affiliating with The Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ...



President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo exchanges pleasantries with our Own Dr. Howard M. Sarkela, Presiding Bishop of Christian Alliance Ministries, Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ, Northwestern Theological Seminary and Northwestern Christian University, along with his Filipino Bishops: left to right; Bishop Coletto, Bishop Lagunda and Bishop Garvida, during a courtesy call on her Monday (November 16, 2009) at the Malacanang Place, Manila, Philippines. (PNA/NIB photo by D.Aguilar)V3/eda


Press Release:  PGMA receives honorary award from Christian bishops

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo today received an honorary doctorate degree in Humanities from the Bishop; Howard M. Sarkela the founder of Northwestern Theological Seminary and Northwestern Christian University, based in the United States, for her government’s exemplary policy in moral recovery.

The award letter was presented by the Christian Alliance Ministries Worldwide, led by Northwestern Christian University Presiding Bishop Howard Sarkela, Bishop Teodoro Garvida, Bishop Seth Lagunda, and Secretary General Ma. Isabel Tobias at the Music Room of Malacañang.

Bishop Howard Sarkela lauded the President’s moral recovery program and values transformation policy in the Philippines.

“We came here to bless the President and to show appreciation for Executive Orders 713 and 714 concerning the improvement of moral values in the Philippines,” he said.

Both EOs were signed by the President last year. EO 713 was created to strengthen the authority of the Presidential Council on Values Formation towards the effective pursuit of a just and moral society in the country.

EO 714 was signed to enhance the government’s institutional mechanism for interfaith activities.

President Arroyo believes that interfaith initiatives are crucial to the promotion of peace, cooperation and amity within and outside the country, as well as the development of moral, spiritual and intellectual capacities for the upholding and enhancement of human dignity.

The visiting bishops each prayed for President Arroyo. Bishop; Sarkela prayed in English and asked the Almighty to protect her. Garvida, who is from Mindoro, prayed in Tagalog, while Lagunda prayed in Cebuano.

“The main reason why we come here is to bless her,” Bishop; Sarkela said. (PND)

From Official Philippine Government Website


The Ministry and Outreach of Northwestern Theological Seminary and the
Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ (WWCJ) in the Philippines

It is the mission of the Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ, Northwestern Christian University and Northwestern Theological Seminary is to go out into the world and make disciples for Jesus Christ. The most recent trip to the Philippines in June 2010 was met with great anticipation, as Bishop Dr. Samuel Galloza and Bishop Dr. Howard M. Sarkela, traveled from the island of Cebu to the island of Leyte to minister and teach the people in one of our local branches. The Bishops were joined by Bishop Dr. Seth Lagunda (Bishop of the Philippines for WWJC and a NCU Branch Director) who also ministered and interpreted during the teaching. Under the anointing of God we are seeing the spread of the Gospel through dedicated service in our calling to fulfill the Great Commission.. One example can be found in a young youth of 13 years of age, John Mark, who is used by God in a mighty way to evangelize his people (John Mark can be seen in the center photo above). John Mark boldly witnesses to everyone he comes in contact with and is a frequent visitor to the Mayor's Office where he is welcome to come and expound the Word of God to the mayor and his staff in Southern Leyte, Philippines.

Photos Above (Left to Right): Photo 1: Bishop Dr. Sarkela, Bishop Dr. Lagunda (Bishop to the Philippines for WWJC), and Bishop Dr. Galloza / Photo 2: Bishop Dr. Galloza, John Mark, Bishop Dr. Sarkela / Photo 3: Bishop Dr. Galloza in the teaching with Bishop Dr. Lagunda interpreting




Islamabad Group 1 - 2009 Graduation Ceremony

Islamabad Graduating Class of 2009

Bishop Dr. Jefferson Tasleem Ghuari addresses the Islamabad Group 1 Graduating Class of 2009

Lalamusa 2009 Graduation Ceremony

Bishop Dr. Jefferson Tasleem Ghauri addresses the Lalamusa Graduating Class of 2009

Islamabad Group 2 - 2009 Graduation Ceremony

Bishop Dr. Jefferson Tasleem Ghuari addresses the Islamabad Group 2 Graduating Class of 2009


Northwestern Theological Seminary has been working in Pakistan since 2005 and every year they are graduating many Bible students in the different cities where branches have been established throughout the country. Bishop Dr Jefferson Tasleem Ghauri is Vice president of the Northwestern Seminary and the Director of Pakistan. Dr. Ghauri has begun many branch seminaries in different parts of the country educating Christians about the Bible. NTS Pakistan introduced two courses in the Bible; a Certificate of Theology in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies. These are photos of a graduation program held in the Church of Pakistan in Mandi Bahawaldin .


The pastor of the church,  Rev. Pastor.Haroon Ajmal provided a warm welcome to the guests . Rev. Pastor Ajmal is the leader and pastor Of Church of Pakistan Mandi Bahawaldin . Rev. Ajmal is shown presenting a Certificate of Theology in Biblical Studies to a graduated student of the Seminary.


Bishop Ghauri invited Rev. Shafique Alam in this program as a guest speaker. He conveyed the message of Lord to those in attendance. Rev. Alam motivated the graduates to reach the un-reached  and encouraged the movement of church growth.


A group photo of all the graduate students is shown with their degrees. NTS Pakistan needs your prayers for the increasing work with Pakistani Christians .


Bishop Dr. Jefferson Tasleem Ghauri is shown here presenting a degree to one of the students. Pray for the study of the Bible and growth in His mighty name. We are praying for our country and our peoples of Pakistan God save over country and the everything which is in this country.


Argentina Update 2010

The Argentina Northwestern Theological Seminary Branch Program is currently experiencing great growth under the leadership of Dr. Patricio Valenzuela. Dr. Valenzuela has been used by God to expand the branches throughout Argentina. The branches are located in the following cities:

-Comodoro Rivadavia
-El Bolson
-San Javier
-Carmen de Patagones
-Pto. Madryn

With soon to open branches in:

-San Antonio
-Las Grutas
-Bahia Blanca
-Bahia San Blass

Graduation Class of 2008

Neuquen, Argentina

September 2008 / Recognition ceremony being held in Neuquen, Argentina. The Branch Seminary Program in South America continues to expand, as Dr. Patricio Valenzuela has shown a great dedication to fulfilling God's purpose with Northwestern Theological Seminary in this part of the world.

Please continue to pray for Dr. Valenzuela and all of our worldwide directors who are working to impact the world by educating the world for Jesus Christ.

Neuquen, Argentina (South America)
April 27, 2008

On April 27, 2008 the new Northwestern Branch of Neuquen, Argentina began with a class of 30 new students who are preparing for their Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies, under the direction of Dr. Patricio Valenzuela, South America International Director of Northwestern Theological Seminary. Class meetings will be held once a week for 2-1/2 hours of Biblical study.

Neuquen is one of many other cities in Argentina where Northwestern Theological Seminary is currently operating branches.

Please pray for the work that Northwestern Theological Seminary is accomplishing through Dr. Valenzuela for the preparation of those in Argentina and throughout South America who will be studying the Word of God.



Director: Dr. Joshua E. Emmanuel


Director: Pastor Amos D. Gbenro

Jesus said, "What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul?" "For what can a man give in exchange for his soul?" (Matt 16:26)

Dr Sarkela, Presiding Pastor

Dr. Howard "Matt" Sarkela, Presiding Bishop, Christian Alliance Ministries/ Worldwide Church of Jesus Christ/ Northwestern Theological Seminary and Northwestern Christian University, at an outside ceremony in Florida, USA  during the late 1980's.

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