Ten things you should know about the reformation...Read More
Videos of the key lectures at our Autumn 2017 seminary-level residential, including opening lecture, New Testament Introduction (Galatians) and Dynamics of Pastoral Care.Read More
My time on the Crosslands seminary-level course has profoundly changed me from the inside out. I have a fresh appreciation and love for the church and God’s mission through his people.Read More
In order to achieve the goal of 1 church for every 10,000 people in France, we would need to plant 4,000 churches today - and at the current rate this would take over a century! We must labour in God’s grace to accelerate the work of identifying, training and releasing planters and planting teams.Read More
When we turn to the Scriptures, with their penetrating insight into this world, we find in their pages the wisdom necessary to understand our lives and our problems in all their complexity.Read More
One of the leading biblical scholars of our day is Richard Hays. Though not an evangelical in a classic sense (he does not believe in plenary inspiration of Scripture), he is theologically conservative. In recent years he had been turning his attention to how the New Testament writers interpreted the Old Testament.Read More
What makes Crosslands stand out from the others is its commitment to equipping leaders in their context. So the material we cover is not just for academics but is applied within the context of my ministry.Read More
Aware that God is the author of our transformation, we are set free to put forth the most strenuous effort imaginable. We are set free to skilfully apply the means of grace as we depend upon God to deeply change our heartsRead More
Church leaders – are you thinking about how you can train your congregation or small groups this Autumn?Read More
There is lots more I loved about the course. Overall the course helped me to develop a “theological instinct”, so I assess life situations and what people say theologically, not just psychologically or sociologically.Read More
We are looking for a hard-working, effective and efficient administrator to provide ongoing, proactive administrative services to Crosslands as maternity cover for our existing administrator.Read More
For fifteen years in full-time gospel ministry, I had wanted some solid, formal theological training. But I’d given up looking. The reason was that no course on offer squared with what I was looking for. So when I came to the UK from Australia, it wasn’t with plans to study with Crosslands or anywhere else.Read More
I’ve been wondering for a while if I’ve managed to train myself to switch off my ability to react emotionally when I read Scripture or hear it read. The thought disturbs me.Read More
Are you an assistant pastor, aspiring church planter, apprentice or someone in ministry wanting to ‘top-up’ their theology?
Are you looking for theological training but unable to leave the place where you live, work or minister?
Do you want to understand key theological concepts in detail with their pastoral and missional implications to equip you for a life of ministry and leadership?
Our seminary-level course may be able to serve you and your churchRead More
I started out expecting to learn more theology - and I did. But more than that, and I think much more significantly, I came away having learnt how to think theologically.Read More
We are a continent of news junkies. We want the latest information all the time. We dismiss that which is old in favour of the latest. ‘Have you heard the latest?’ we cry. Resist the need to have the latest facts immediately after they unfold. Little of today’s news will prove significant in months to come. Opt instead for considered reflection.Read More
Access to data alone does not make you knowledgeable. Nor is the ability to recall information the same as knowledge. Knowledge takes study and reflection. It is a slow process, gradually accumulated through thought and experience.Read More
Eight months into my first year of study at Crosslands, I am already seeing how the knowledge I am gaining is being translated to my pastoral care ministry.Read More
Our seminary-level course is designed for assistant pastors, aspiring church planters, apprentices and even those in ministry wanting to 'top-up' their theology.Read More