What we believe

To learn about what we believe please view our Doctrinal Statement.


About the Seminar

The Michigan School of Apologetics (MSOA) is a traveling apologetic seminar to area churches in Michigan.

Each church that hosts the school will have Aaron come and teach once a week for six weeks.  Each class will consist of two hours of teaching with one fifteen minute break.

The purpose of The Michigan School of Apologetics is to train Christians to become confident in what they believe, show that Christianity is true and defensible, and to grow confident witnesses for Christ.

The teaching style is instructional teaching, group discussions, dialogue, questions and answers, and the use of short videos.  When the school is completed, students will have been taught twelve hours of theological, evangelism and apologetic training.

The school is flexible on times and dates, can be held on a week night for six weeks, or possibly on the weekend.  Students are encouraged to accomplish minimal homework during the week, and a graduation certificate will be given upon completion.


The fee for the six-week seminar is $55.00 a person.

Full-time students are $35.00 a person.  This includes all your training materials and graduation certificate. Checks can be made out to MSOA. 



Aaron Wentz was saved in 1992 while studying music as a percussion major at the Interlochen Arts Academy in northern Michigan.  Aaron’s conversion was so profound, he immediately started telling people about Jesus and joined two music groups touring the United States, sharing his personal testimony.

In 1994, Aaron went to the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Evangelism and Discipleship.

In 1997, Aaron and his wife, Tonya, joined Open Air Campaigners, a street evangelism organization dedicated to preaching the gospel on the street, college campuses, and inner-city neighborhoods to children.  Upon graduation, Aaron and Tonya moved to Boston and served with OAC in Boston for 15 years.  The experience of street evangelism gave Aaron the opportunity to talk to college students, professors, scientists, Muslims, atheists, Hindu’s, and everyone in-between.  It was this experience that gave Aaron the vast background to know how to use apologetics and the gospel with people, young and old, from all walks of life.

In 2011, Aaron graduated from Biola University in southern California with a Master’s Degree in Christian Apologetics.

In the summer of 2013, the Wentz’s moved back to Michigan and started the ministry of The Michigan School of Apologetics.

Currently, Aaron is a campus missionary with Reliant serving with Riverview Church at Michigan State University.  Besides working full-time as a missionary, Aaron conducts seminars with the Michigan School of Apologetics.


Written Works:

  • “The Foundations for Evangelism”
  • “A Simple Introduction to Apologetics”
  • “How Apologetics Helps Defeat Spiritual Warfare”
  • “From Creation to Christ: A 25 Lesson Approach of Sharing the Gospel to Children”

Personal Information:

Aaron and his wife Tonya have been married since 1996, and have two children: Ky’el and Kasiah.


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