African Bible University currently offers two degree programs: Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies and Bachelor of Arts in Christian Community Leadership. The university opened in September 2005 with a pioneer class of 20 students. African Bible University is located in Kampala, Uganda, East Africa. “It is our humble prayer that the Spirit of God will be pleased to use African Bible University to train up servant-leaders who will seek not their own, but the things of the Lord Jesus Christ.” – O. Palmer Robertson, Vice Chancellor. To watch a short video, click here. ABC-Uganda is one of three African Bible Colleges.
“The Alliance of Christian Musicians (ACM) promotes excellence in church music scholarship and performance and fosters fellowship among Christian musicians.”
“Welcome! We are excited to help you in your journey of learning English. Our mission is to help people of all levels achieve their English language goals.” Meets on Monday evenings 6:50-8:30 pm at the church. Weekly Tea & Talk/Knitting Friendships at the church, 1-3 pm on Thursdays in Room 117. ESL Sunday School, 9:45 am. Practice English and learn about what Christians historically believe
“To share the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and uphold the Sanctity of Human Life in all stages and circumstances.”
Located in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Covenant College is the official college of the Presbyterian Church in America.
Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Covenant Seminary is the national seminary of the Presbyterian Church in America. This spring 20 students from two churches in the Seattle-Tacoma area studied “Outreach and Apologetics” offered by Covenant Theological Seminary, including 7 who are pursuing Master’s degrees. Two of those students are exploring vocational ministry. The remaining students were auditors who wanted to grow in grace and become more informed and effective disciples. Since Covenant determines class size, interested students are encouraged to register as soon as possible online at learnlocalnw.com. The next class, “Covenant Theology,” starts August 21.
Nathaniel & Alicia Gutierrez and Nate & Nikki Bonham are church planting, with evangelism, discipleship, and mercy ministry in Arequipa, Peru. For the latest newsletter click here. For a video of what the Lord has been doing click here.
Dehra Dun, India – Various Ministries
Genesis International College of Osaka, Japan is an English language Christian two year college scheduled to launch in the next two or three years. Brent Kooi is the Interim President.
The Homes of Naomi, Ruth and Boaz are Christian transitional homes for single women & their children, families, men & women who are transitioning out of jail, homelessness and for those individuals who want to radically transform their lives.
Francis Foucachon is working with Third Millennium to produce quality French seminary courses on-line available at no cost. The goal is to bring all 16 Third Millennium courses into French.
Daniel & April Murphree, having completed their studies of Burmese, are preparing to move to Myanmar to assist the leaders of the local church.
Matthew & Lisa Lind served in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They are transitioning to MAF headquarters in Idaho where Matthew will work project management.
Mission to North America coordinates church planting and outreach ministries to serve Presbyterian Church in America churches and presbyteries in North America in their mission to grow and multiply biblically healthy churches.
- Thanksgiving Day Offering
We take our annual offering for Urban & Mercy Ministries at our Thanksgiving Day service. This offering provides valuable financial support to men and women who are training for ministry leadership among the many people groups who are largely unreached by the Presbyterian Church in America. Through the Thanksgiving Offering supported by PCA churches and individual members, you have the opportunity to invest in future leaders of the denomination – and the opportunity to provide valuable resources for the advancement of the Gospel.
Mission to the World (MTW) is the mission-sending agency for the Presbyterian Church in America. This evangelical Christian organization advances the Great Commission by promoting Reformed and covenantal church planting movements using word and deed in strategic areas worldwide. MTW sends over 600 missionaries to 85 countries around the globe, who work with almost 1000 national church planters. Missionaries familiar to us: Andrew Baxley – Columbia, Tim Bentson – Osaka Japan, Jay Eastman – Berlin Germany, Derek Ebbers – The Transilvania Center for Leadership and Development, Brasov Romania, Nathaniel Gutierrez – Arequipa Peru, Brent Kooi – Genesis International College, Osaka Japan, Marc Mailloux – Caribbean, Richard Ramsay – Global, John Rug – Vina del Mar Chile, Howard Shelden – Wycliffe, and Hugh Wessel – France. Click here for information about other MTW missionaries.
“Our strategy is driven by our passion to plant gospel-centered churches throughout the Northwest.” Please click here for the latest Pacific Northwest mission church postings. We support Andrew Allen and the Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Soldotna, Alaska.
- Interested in Theological Study?
Learn Local Northwest is a discipleship and leadership development ministry that links on-line seminary level study with local communities through mentor-lead cohorts where students learn together, in-person, right where they live. The Northwest Church Planting Network sponsors Learn Local to help build up church members and future leaders.
It connects Covenant Seminary’s online courses with the local church by creating local learning centers called Campus Cohorts where advanced content is studied in community under the mentorship of a pastor or other qualified leader. To learn more and to register click here.
This spring 20 students from two churches in the Seattle-Tacoma area studied “Outreach and Apologetics” offered by Covenant Theological Seminary, including 7 who are pursuing Master’s degrees. Two of those students are exploring vocational ministry. The remaining students were auditors who wanted to grow in grace and become more informed and effective disciples. Since Covenant determines class size, interested students are encouraged to register as soon as possible. The next class, “Covenant Theology,” starts August 21.
Orphans of War seeks to provide God’s hope & love for children of war by addressing their spiritual, physical, and emotional needs, and by providing opportunities for restoration and reconciliation; more info on the Facebook page.
Persecuted Christians – International Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church are in November
To help us pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world, Open Doors publishes a World Watch List and Prayer Updates. Voice of the Martyrs posts Prayer Requests. And, the World Evangelical Alliance publishes Prayer Bulletins. The University of Notre Dame and the Religious Freedom Project have produced a documentary, Under Caesar’s Sword, about how Christians respond to persecution.
“The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is the second largest Presbyterian church body and the largest conservative Reformed denomination in the United States. The PCA is Reformed in theology, Presbyterian in government, and active in missions. It is characterized by a blend of Reformed practice and broad evangelicalism.” If you are searching for a PCA church in another town, here’s the church directory. New church plants may be found here. The PCA is a member of the North American Presbyterian & Reformed Council, which is an association of like-minded denominations, and also a member of the World Evangelical Alliance.
- Ministerial Relief Annual Christmas Offering
These gifts provide assistance to pastors who may need to retire early due to accident or medical conditions. These gifts also assist widows of pastors to help keep them in their homes. Your contributions provide assistance to ordained and non-ordained church workers through one-time, periodic, or monthly financial aid. For more information, click here.
The Presbyterian Church in America Foundation offers a variety of charitable financial services to help Christians fulfill their stewardship responsibilities and carry out their charitable desires.
Enhance worldwide Reformed and Presbyterian gospel ministry through relationships with nationals who labor in evangelism and church-planting, leadership training, holistic ministries and connecting churches internationally: Paul Billy Arnold, Koji Esaki, Nicolas Farelly, and Natee Tanchanpongs.
The Presbytery of the Pacific Northwest is one of the presbyteries in the Presbyterian Church in America and consists of the teaching elders and churches in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
The campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America, Drew Burdette is the Campus Minister at the University of Washington. Brian Frey is the Campus Minister at Boise State. Nathaniel Thompson is the Campus Minister at Western Washington. Click here to view a short video of how the Lord is working at UC-Berkeley.
The Sacred Road team reaches out to the Yakama people through: Hope Fellowship church services; children’s ministry, youth ministry; Kingdom Kids after-school program; a variety of acts of service and mercy; recruiting, hosting & organizing one week service teams; and a new entrepreneurial ministry via the Sacred Road Store. To watch videos click here.
The Samson Society is a fellowship of Christian men who are serious about authenticity, community, humility & recovery – serious, not grave. The group meets at the church on Thursday evenings 7:00-8:00 pm. For details visit the Samson Society web site and sign in.
SRS exists to equip and raise up faithful men who will be able to teach others and equip laymen for the work of ministry. We do this through a three-year training experience that includes two intensive courses a year in St. Petersburg. During this training period we attempt to combine practical ministry challenges in evangelism and counseling with the study of theology, church history, liturgy, and preaching. The courses are taught by both Russian-speaking teachers, and non-Russian speaking teachers using translators. Download an overview of the ministry.
Equipping Leaders International is committed to serving the neediest of Christian leaders who have had little formal training, resources, or prospect of attaining either. Therefore, ELI focuses most of its ministry in majority (developing) world nations. Dan and Susan work with church leaders in west Africa.
Our Deacons support this ministry which, “…offer God’s help, hope, and healing to the most impoverished members of our community.”
The Rev. Khen Tombing Presbyterian Church in India (Reformed)
The Rev. Tombing is the Coordinator of the Presbyterian Church in India (Reformed) in Manipur, India. Ministries include Agape Acts Babies Home, Rayburn College, Covenant Children’s Home, and the Reformed Bible Institute under the direction of the Rev. Pau Gualnam. To watch a brief video of the work, click here. For a longer version of the video, click here.
Kent & Kimberly Rasmussen served in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Kent is working on a PhD at the University of Texas and hopes to return to DRCongo. Howard & Deidre Shelden serve with Wycliffe providing linguistic and exegetical advice to national translators in a cluster of four languages needing the Old Testament and three more languages needing the whole Bible.