Furthering Theological Education to Promote
An aqueduct is a simple yet revolutionary concept—it is a way of transporting water from a place of abundance to where it is needed. We founded Aqueduct Project in 2009 with the mission to bring theological education from the centers of learning to the spaces in the world where churches are multiplying most rapidly and where Christian leadership training will make the greatest difference.
Prayer is the foundation of all that we do at Aqueduct Project. Our first online prayer room was launched during the Christmas season of 2016. We now host 18 Prayer Rooms and welcome over 200,000 Zoom callers from over 130 countries annually.
We offer free online courses in prayer and the Bible. Our courses are designed to build community within our partner prayer networks and to equip leaders for Christian ministry in this age of internet connectivity. We offer courses as inspiring Lecture Series, skills-based Workshops, discussion-based Scripture Studies and Book Studies, and community-driven Benefit Lectures.
The AQ Camera is a new Bible-teaching podcast that will translate the word of God into the visual idiom of today. Our purpose and prayer is that this program will invigorate personal Bible study and community Bible teaching, especially among youth. We believe that the present represents a significant opportunity to reach large numbers of people with a solid grasp of the Scriptures and the life-giving message of the gospel.
We believe that joining Jesus in his prayer for the unity of the church is one of the most important ways that we can pursue Christian unity