An aqueduct is an ancient concept—a conduit to channel water from a place of abundant supply to where the resources can be put to the best use. We at Aqueduct Project are passionate about bringing quality theological education out from the seminary classroom to pastors and Christian leaders around the world.
For the past several centuries, the ambition of missions associations had been to send out pioneer evangelists to work among unreached people groups. Today, the Christian churches in countries that are traditionally considered mission fields are sometimes larger than their denominational mother churches in the West. As the Atlas of Global Christianity affirms: "By the year 2000, roughly two-thirds of the world's Christians were from what had been mission fields a century earlier."
Experts agree that the most crucial need of the majority-world church is now for theological education. According to a report of the World Evangelical Alliance, leaders from every non-Western region say their number-one need is for theological education.
The ultimate goal of Aqueduct Project is to provide access to premier evangelical theological educational resources to every interested person on the planet. We pursue our mission knowing that a greater unity among the global evangelical community will bring about a clearer witness to the gospel message of our Lord Jesus Christ (see John 17:20-21).
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