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Our seminary-level course may be able to serve you and your church
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Tim Challies (Blogger, Author and Book Reviewer) talks about how the Crosslands seminary-level course is solving the problem of training leaders in their context in the UK, Europe and 10:40 window through gospel partnership between Acts 29 and Oak Hill.
The launch of Crosslands is exciting, timely and strategic. Exciting because we want Christians to be stirred for Christ as a result of theological education. Timely as Crosslands equips for mission those who can’t train at great institutions like Oak Hill for all sorts of reasons. And it’s strategic because it will connect people for gospel collaboration in the UK, Europe and 10:40 window
In our too-often fractured evangelical sub-culture, it’s been a really encouraging and positive experience to be partnering with Steve Timmis, Tim Chester and the rest of the Acts 29 team to create Crosslands. We are very different organisations but share the same vision and values for the kind of gospel training that Crosslands will provide.
There are many good theological institutions in the UK and Europe already; we praise God for the work that they do. However, Crosslands is a new kind of organisation, a Flexicademy™ that offers flexible learning and rigorous training, leaning on the extensive church planting experience of Acts 29 and the exceptional theological training expertise of Oak Hill.