Watch This New Video

The mission of the Applied Theology Project is to provide accessible, affordable, seminary-level courses to underserved church leaders in their language, for their culture, and where they live.

In this video, professors John Frame and Steve Childers combine their 70+ years in systematic theology (49) and practical theology (22) to help you apply theology to your life and ministry.

In this 6-part series you will:

  • Understand the nature and goal of theology
  • Learn to see God as Creator, Redeemer, and Holy
  • Explain the significance of God’s personal name as LORD
  • Describe God’s transcendence and immanence (Click Here)
  • Define God’s communicable and incommunicable attributes
  • Illustrate how God’s Lordship is revealed in and through you

This brief video (9:01) will help you better describe God’s transcendence and immanence through the study of Scripture.

Take Pathway’s New Course on Applied Theology Today!

Registration closes June 15

We help underserved church leaders
develop churches that transform lives and communities.

 

 

Watch This New Video

The mission of the Applied Theology Project is to provide accessible, affordable, seminary-level courses to underserved church leaders in their language, for their culture, and where they live.

In this video, professors John Frame and Steve Childers combine their 70+ years in systematic theology (49) and practical theology (22) to help you apply theology to your life and ministry.

In this 6-part series you will:

This brief video (8:09) will help you better know God as Lord through the study of Scripture.

Take Pathway’s New Course on Applied Theology Today!

Registration closes June 15

We help underserved church leaders
develop churches that transform lives and communities.

 

Chinese Government’s Harassment of Early Rain Covenant Church

Press Statement:

Heather Nauert
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
May 15, 2018
We are deeply concerned by the Chinese government’s reported harassment of the Early Rain Covenant Church, in Chengdu, Sichuan Province after they planned to hold a memorial service on May 12, for the victims of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. The United States government joins the people of China in mourning the loss of tens of thousands of lives in the tragedy, and notes the value of memorializing their lives and calling for full accountability to prevent or mitigate future disasters. Regarding reports that Chinese authorities confiscated bibles, we call on China to uphold its international commitments to promote respect for religious freedom for all persons