Because spiritual growth matters, provides life-changing courses on the Bible and theology from top biblical scholars for the world, for free. We encourage the cycle of learn, reflect, and engage, all within the context of a community, not only to convey important content but also to deeply impact people's understanding of God, themselves, and others. We have developed the technology to encourage people to study in groups, and the curriculum can even be customized to meet the specific needs of a church or ministry.

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In order to encourage spiritual growth, creates and distributes world-class courses to meet three needs of the world-wide church:

  • biblical illiteracy;
  • leadership development;
  • seminary-level preparation for ministry.

Our courses are arranged in four basic programs, and then many are connected to specialty programs meeting specific needs. achieves its vision by producing courses in four primary programs.


The starting point for Bible and theological studies. These courses are for most people, but especially for those who answer "Yes" to most of these questions.

  • I am a new follower of Jesus.
  • I don't feel like I have been taught the Bible.
  • Even though I have gone to church for years, I am still not sure of what the Bible teaches or what I believe.
  • I do not know where the book of Hezekiah is.
  • I am not sure what a "Study Bible" is.


For those interested in going deeper in their Bible study. These classes are for people who answer "Yes" to most of these questions.

  • I have attended the Foundations classes.
  • I have attended a church for several years where the pastor teaches the Bible every Sunday.
  • I read my Bible at least three times a week.
  • I use my study Bible once a week.
  • I have attended in-depth Bible studies like BSF and Precepts.
  • I feel the need to organize my theological beliefs.


For Pastors and missionaries, and other who want to study at the graduate level. These classes are for people who answer "Yes" to most of these questions.

  • I am a pastor or missionary.
  • I have had some formal education in Bible and Theology.
  • I have consistently studied my Bible in depth for several years.
  • I am committed to serious study.
  • I have several commentaries on multiple books of the Bible.


Three practical steps for developing a leadership culture in your church and preparing your future leaders.

  1. What are the biblical requirements for church leadership, and are you willing to do the work?
  2. How to identify and prepare future leaders
  3. How to nurture your current and future leaders


These three to ten hour seminars are for nurturing your lay leadership, and anyone else interested in these topics. They began by us asking the question, "What do lay leaders need to know about ________?" But many of the topics are of interest to all the people in your church.

Other Programs

We know that many people come to looking for answers to specific questions. We have therefore rearranged many of our courses into secondary programs such as:

  • How do I help a new believer?
  • How do I defend my faith?
  • What do I really believe?
  • Can I trust my Bible?
  • How do I learn to study my Bible?

Our Distinctives

World Class

Our professors are among the best academics in the world, and know how to teach.


We want to see students move through content to deep reflection and application.

Community Based

We encourage people to learn together, in mentor/apprentice relationships.


Churches and ministries can customize their own curriculum.


BiblicalTraining is a web-based ministry whose content is free.

Broadly Evangelical

Our materials are broadly evangelical, governed by our Statement of Faith.

Dr. J. I. Packer

“The vision that drives Biblical Training is twofold. The first part of the dream is that every Christian should be educated and equipped for the fullest use of their spiritual gifts in serving others for Christ's sake. The second part of the dream is that Christian education up to seminary standard should be available free to anyone who can work a computer. What a magnificent, momentous dream! And now it is coming true as more and more courses are made available on the Biblical Training website. May God prosper Biblical Training mightily! I cannot commend the venture too highly.”