Other topics discussed included the name, which was changed to Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Alliance of Churches (TAPAC) to include the churches in America and Asia, which had shown interest to join the alliance. (This name was not used until 1997) Following on from the conference, TAPAC set up the Global Missions Bible Training Institute on the 27th of September 1994 to offer theological education, particularly to church leaders and members from the Charismatic and Pentecostal Church tradition. In 1995 TAPAC hosted Dr Kim Yeo from Berea Academy in Korea. In the meeting of the two, an agreement was reached to send two people from Africa, Caribbean Islands and India to the Berea Academy in Korea for training. All expenses were to be borne by Berea Academy except the traveling expenses to and from Korea.
In 1996 TAPAC, in collaboration with Kensington Consultation Centre in Vauxhall, London, offered professional counseling training to forty (40) Clergy from the black majority Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches in London. TAPAC raised the Funds for the total cost of the project. Kensington Consultation Centre offered the training. In the same year the Alliance fully sponsored six-month training for Mrs. Ann Sigei of the Organization of African Independence Churches (OIAC), with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, for training in AIDS awareness and caring in London, England. Mansfield Centre in Plaistow, London, offered the training. In 1997 TAPAC decided to take the theological education to the people at their doors. The programme is known as Theological Education by Extension. The programme brought forth St. Paul’s International Mobile Bible College, which has won the interest of many churches in West Africa.