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Training men to fully minister the Word of God

“And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” (Deuteronomy 6: 6-7) listen to chapter (Read by Marquis Laughlin. Provided by Sola Scriptura.)

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From the President

Dear Friends,

We are so thankful for the Lord’s provision as we begin our 27 th year of educational ministry. Being a part of this significant work is a tremendous privilege for me. It is our staff and faculty’s desire that we remain faithful to our Savior Jesus Christ and His Word. There are few joys that exceed that of seeing students and graduates share that desire as they accept responsibilities as ministers of the gospel.

The Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) Mountains are a beautiful location to study and grow in grace. The breath-taking peaks are a constant reminder of God’s majesty and power. Although we are remote in location and small in size, our graduates are spread throughout the United States and three other countries, proclaiming the eternal Kingdom of Christ.

Although we are known for our unique location and generous scholarships we prefer to emphasize our training in exegetical and preaching skills. Our heavy requirements in the Biblical languages set us apart from most seminaries. We want our students to be competent in using Greek and Hebrew in their Bible study. We then equip the students to effectively preach that which they have learned from their faithful study of the Word.

Because exegetical and preaching skills are best taught in small groups, or one on one, we choose to be a small school. We accept approximately five students each year into the three year program. This design also allows for a mentoring environment in which students are individually challenged to grow spiritually.

We invite you to become a partner with us in this part of Christ’s work. We welcome you as a learner or as a supporter of our ministry. Please feel free to visit us at the campus, on the web, or phone. We would be happy to answer any questions.

In Christ’s Service,

Dr. Andrew S. Zeller