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Ligonier Connect
Ligonier Connect is an online community for growing in your knowledge of God, His Word, and His world. You can begin any course at any time, so gather some friends for a regular study plan or dive in at your own pace from your computer or mobile device. How you connect is up to you.

Masters Seminary Lectures Free
The Master’s Seminary exists to advance the kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping godly men to be pastors and/or trainers of pastors for excellence in service to Christ in strategic fields of Christian ministry.

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Answers In Genesis
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively.

The Bible Presbyterian Church
The Bible Presbyterian Church is dedicated to serving the Lord Jesus Christ. We are serious about the command of Christ to preach the gospel at home and abroad, for God’s elect are to be found among all nations, tongues, and tribes. Our beliefs are firmly grounded in the Bible and we affirm those beliefs through the systematic teaching of the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms.

Reforming America Ministries
Reforming America Ministries is an evangelistic and apologetics ministry. Our mission is to faithfully witness (evangelize), herald Scripture (Open-Air Gospel preaching), defend the faith (apologetics), plead for the lives of children (abortion mills), and equip local churches to put their faith into practice (Matthew 28:18-20).

Western Reformed Seminary
WRS is a graduate school of theology. It offers bachelor and master degrees in pastoral ministry, theology, biblical studies, lay church ministry, and biblical counseling. WRS is dedicated to one task, to assist the Bible Presbyterian Church and other Reformed and conservative, Bible-believing churches, by providing theological training for their ministers, missionaries, and other Christian workers.

Bible Presbyterian Publications
Formerly Fundamental Presbyterian Publications. Bible Presbyterian Publications (BPP) is an approved agency of the Bible Presbyterian Church, publishing literature from BP ministers and elders that help Christians grow in and defend the faith.

The Independent Board for Presybyterian Foreign Missions
The Independent Board for Presybyterian Foreign Missions was begun with the sole purpose of sending God’s servants “into all the world, [to] preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). Like the Apostle Paul, our missionaries spend their time “Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence …” (Acts 28:31). This purpose is as needful today as it was in 1933 when the Board began.

Presbyterian Missionary Union
Founded in 1985, PMU strives to assist the Church in fulfilling its missions ministry in the Reformed tradition: zealously heralding King Jesus in all the world, depending upon God’s sovereignty, preaching the whole counsel of our covenant God, and guided by the Doctrines of Grace.

The North American Reformed Seminary
The North American Reformed Seminary desires to see theological education restored to the local church. Ministry preparation is, after all, a part of the church's discipleship task! TNARS seeks to serve the local church by providing an academic platform pastors can use in the training of their members for ministry and in the training of men called to the work of the gospel ministry.

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
GPTS seeks to equip men to faithfully preach Christ by training founded in biblical theology, biblical apologetics, and biblical languages.

Sangre de Cristo Seminary
The purpose of Sangre de Cristo Seminary is to glorify God by preparing students to serve in various aspects of Christian service, with an emphasis on being effective teachers and preachers of God’s Word, with exegetical and communication skills.

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Foundational to the character and mission of the seminary is its identity as a confessionally Reformed institution. Each faculty member, together with the ecclesiastical leaders of the seminary’s supporting and governing denominations (the Heritage Reformed Congregations and Free Reformed Churches of North America), subscribe the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith as expressed in the Ecumenical Creeds, and the teaching of the Reformed faith as expressed in the Three Forms of Unity (The Belgic Confession, 1561; the Heidelberg Catechism, 1563; and the Canons of Dort, 1618-1619) and the Westminster Standards of the 1640s. From these sources flow our Reformed perspective, our value system, our motivation for ministry, and our curricular emphases.