Transformative Learning


God’s “divine conspiracy” is to overcome the human kingdoms of this world with love, justice, and truth. This includes the whole world and all of human society— at the individual, corporate, and governmental levels.

The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah, and he will reign forever and ever.”
– Rev. 11:15

This is what Handel proclaims again and again in his famous “Hallelujah Chorus.” This is reality.1

change_the_world_smProMETA’s role in God’s grand plan to change this world is to join him in the preparation of servant leaders who are empowered to lead in the transformation of human hearts, churches, communities and cultures. This task demands a transformational educational philosophy that challenges not just the head but the heart—the whole person. We seek to partner with God in transforming students cognitively, relationally and spiritually.

Based on over twelve years of experience, ProMETA faculty have reimagined theological education


Educational Philosophy


for a virtual and international learning environment. This expertise is reflected in a twelve-point philosophy that is (1) community-based and (2) learning-centered. The name ProMETA has come to mean transformative learning in community. This philosophy is reflected in twelve commitments we make to each student in each course they take. We invite you to explore this philosophy below.

1 Willard, Dallas; Black, Gary, Jr. (2014-06-17). The Divine Conspiracy Continued: Fulfilling God’s Kingdom on Earth (p. 2). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.

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