Training the next generation of pastors, church planters and missionaries through doctrinal education and pastoral experience within the context of the local church.
What We Believe
Orthodox: We affirm that Holy Scripture is the written revelation of God, verbally inspired by the Holy Spirit through the instrument of men. It is self-testifying, infallible, inerrant, and authoritative in all that it says, forming the complete canon of the Old and New Testament, which is necessary and sufficient for a proper knowledge of God, self, and salvation.
Protestant: We affirm the five Solas of the Reformation as essential doctrines of the faith: Scripture Alone, Faith Alone, Grace Alone, Christ Alone, Glory to God Alone. Reformed: We affirm the Doctrines of Grace, covenant theology, the necessity of confessional legacy, and the regulative principle of worship.
Baptist: We affirm the distinctives of the 2nd London Baptist Confession, Reformed Baptist covenant theology otherwise known as 1689 Federalism, believer’s baptism, and regenerate Church membership.
Humility and Charity: We recognize the diversity of thought among Reformed Baptists, other Reformed traditions, as well as non-Reformed traditions. For this reason, we wish to show humility and charity toward those of other theological persuasions, while still maintaining our doctrinal standards.