Trinity College is a theological training centre that was established in 2012 by two people, one of whom had studied at the Cornhill Training Course in London. God has blessed and grown this initiative, which now provides both long-term and short-term training in Bible handling and teaching for potential pastors. The long-term training leads to a four year bachelor degree, whilst short-term training courses range from four week expository training to a one year residential theological training. They also provide week-long preaching and teaching conferences across the country, in partnership with various churches. Additionally, Trinity College seeks to plant churches in slum areas of Yangon and across the country.More Info.
Servants of the Word School of Ministry in The Gambia seeks to train West African pastors and gospel-workers at a grass-roots level. SOW offers a one year full-time residential course, as well as part-time studies, focusing on discipleship and Scripture handling, equipping men and women for ministry in a context where there is zeal for Christ, but also a real need for faithful Bible preaching.More Info.
Prédica Fiel provides expository Bible teaching workshops across Cuba, a country in which the gospel is spreading rapidly. It also runs workshops in various countries in Latin America and USA. There is a great need for solid grounding in Biblical faith for many many new believers, but many pastors are leading large congregations with little or no training.More Info.
LWU exists to train and encourage the Church in Uganda in faithful Bible handling, preaching and teaching. They serve in a context where the church is growing fast numerically amidst very few trained, biblically grounded and faithful church leaders, a lack of resources and widespread false teaching. LWU runs a 6 months bible handling course (Apprentice Ministry Training) in partnership with local churches, with the aim of raising up faithful gospel workers for the local church. Their student work involves equipping university students with tools to study the Bible and teach it faithfully. This includes on-campus Bible studies, regional and national conferences and seminars. They also promote faithful Bible handling among serving pastors and lay people, through pastor conferences and local church-based seminars. Additionally, their book distribution Ministry helps provide authentic and highly subsidized Christian literature.More Info.
JBC exists to equip and inspire men and women for Bible teaching ministry, seeking to deliver accredited Bible training courses to Christians in South Africa. The college helps church pastors and ministry workers, many who have never had access to training previously, to be effective Bible teachers.More Info.
Planted by Johannesburg Bible College, IBT equips men and women for Bible teaching ministries, focusing on practical Bible handling skills. Students are a mixture of pastors, young professionals and lay leaders in the church. They have recently introduced ‘Women Serving Christ’, a programme for women in ministry which meets on a weekly basis. IBT provides much needed instruction and encouragement in a country which has experienced so much oppression and economic privation.More Info.
Habakkuk in Mission supports pastors, church leaders and womens’ workers in the grassroot, equipping ministers of God's Word for Christ's exaltation, the Church's edification, and World Evangelism. HIM is the organisation behind the Pastoral Training Course, which was started by a Filipino pastor, who had studied at the Cornhill Training Course. Sadly, he died in 2014, but his pioneering training ministry has been continued and developed by his widow, their son along with the PTC Team. The PTC reaches into many local churches through a network of training and conferences across the Philippines.More Info.
Beta 22 is a two or three year program, which focuses on teaching men and women how to study and effectively communicate the Bible to others through one to one, small groups Bible study or preaching. The program is named after "2 (translated in Greek as 'Beta') Timothy 2:2" which describes the core of their vision. Their threefold vision consists of an aspiration to: see young men and women learn how to study the Bible and grow in their faith; encourage them to build Bible based, gospel-centered relationships; and equip the next generation of Bible teachers and preachers.More Info.
ESCALE is run by one man, and his family, who trains hundreds of grassroots pastors around Brazil each year. Because he is not the pastor of a church, and his ministry cannot be attached to any denomination (for the risk of not being accepted by the grassroots Pastors), he works independently and receives no support from his denomination or church, meaning that Cross Connection's financial assistance is vital to the continuation of this priority work.More Info.
WIM was established in 2012 by Rwandans who had been trained at the Cornhill Training Course in London. They continue to provide Bible training for two weekends each month, over the course of the year, with the potential opportunity for a second year more focussed on preaching. In a context where there is often little teaching from the Bible, WIM enables Rwandan believers to be taught from and transformed by God's Word.More Info.
Cross Connections supports this ministry in India, which plants churches, trains preachers and sends out missionaries. The ministry also provides a Christian education for under-priveledged children and cares for widows.
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