Welcome to Genesis

A Centre for Online Apostolic Education


  • Serve as a centre for online Apostolic education


  • We educate and equip learners for ministry.


  • The infallibility of the Word of God, the Oneness Pentecostal tradition, and academic excellence

  • The delivery of innovative, relevant, and comprehensive educational programming that is applicable to life, ministry, and work

  • Highly skilled, educated, and dedicated Christian staff and faculty

  • Learning models that support bi-vocational ministry

  • Good stewardship of a superior online and distance learning experience


  • Develop a suite of credit and non-credit course offering that prepare learners to fulfill the Great Commission

  • Advance the skills and knowledge of the learners to develop their full potential

  • Support the learner’s educational experience while they continue to work and live

  • Forge strong linkages with students and alumni to foster mutually beneficial relationships

  • Provide transition opportunities to top-tier Apostolic Institutions (under development)

  • Partner with learners to create meaningful hands-on learning experiences that will enable learners to experience pathways to secondary professions


  • Bi-vocational ministers

  • Life-long learners

  • Those looking to develop good study habits

  • Assemblies looking to further develop professional development opportunities for leaders in their church


  • Genesis Institute of Theology, Evangelism and Leadership was founded in 1997 in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada by Dr. Trevor B. Neil. The Institute is now located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

  • Genesis is built on a rich Apostolic tradition.

  • Genesis Institute of Theology, Evangelism and Leadership is a leader in online and distance learning. Today, the Institute serves students in Canada and the United States of America.

  • The Institute’s approach to learning makes it possible for students to earn program credentials irrespective of location, family, ministry, and career commitments. The courses incorporate print and digital materials, allowing students to learn in their own way, in any place, and at their own pace.