Training Leaders in Their Own Land
Many pastors around the world do not have formal training to teach the Word of God. Through short-term trips and support of partner seminaries, we enable national leaders to train for gospel work among their own people.
The Fellowship for Theological Training (FTT) promotes theological understanding and biblical exposition in local churches around the world.
Through short-term teaching trips, pastors and church leaders teach national leaders to study, teach and preach the Word of God to their own congregations.
Doug Moo collaborated on translation issues at the University of Stellenbosch and taught a two-week course on Paul’s letter to the Romans to 30 students at The Bible Institute of South Africa.
Josh Moody and Gavin Lymberopoulos worked with church planting leaders and Santiago Bible College, training from Paul’s letter to the Galatians.
At St. Trivelius Institute, Michael McKittrick taught a week-long Old Testament Interpretation class. Students shared specific ways they had been challenged and encouraged throughout the week.
Dan Block met with leaders of the Theological Seminary in Moscow, spoke at a local church and encouraged local evangelicals through conversations with the Baptist Union.
College Church partners with 13 seminaries to train national leaders for gospel work – among their own people and among the least-reached peoples of the world. We seek to expand educational opportunities by providing scholarships, career missionaries and short-term teachers.
The Board of Missions oversees the Missions program, including sending missionaries and sponsoring seminaries through prayer and financial support.