While all of the things mentioned above might be helpful, the things a pastor needs most are to have a comprehensive and growing knowledge of scripture, real practical ministry skills, and continual challenges to grow spiritually. BTCP provides these.

Our Mission:
To extend non-formal theological training to the world’s untrained pastors and church leaders.

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2011 Annual Report
BTCP Brochure

BTCP training uses a biblical, systematic, portable and comprehensive approach to providing the foundational equivalent of a good Bible college or seminary education. Our training consists of 520 hours of interactive classroom lecture and discussion under the supervision of a qualified teacher, taking about 2 years to complete.

What Does a Trained Pastor Look Like?
The pastor trained by BTCP should have the necessary Bible knowledge, ministry skills and character to properly minister to Christ’s church. He can best be described with three words: COMPETENT, CONFORMED and CAPABLE.

COMPETENT in the Scripture
•He knows, understands and applies God’s Word.
•He has a biblical world view.

COMPETENT in basic ministry skills
•He is able to teach/preach God’s Word to equip God’s people.
•As an undershepherd, he is able to counsel, lead and comfort those entrusted to him.

CONFORMED to the image of the Lord Jesus Christ
•His character and conduct reflect the grace of Christ.
•He is a Spirit-led servant leader.
•He is growing in spiritual maturity.

CAPABLE of spiritual reproduction
•He is actively multiplying and investing in other leaders.

In summary: The goal of BTCP is to equip a pastor or church leader to know the Lord’s Word, walk authentically in His grace and minister to His people.

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