Affiliated Bible Schools

The Christ For The Nations Association of Bible Schools (CFNABS), founded in 1993, exists to further the expansion of the Kingdom of God in the nations through strengthening the work of leadership training in associated Bible schools. The CFNABS associated Bible schools are located in more than 30 nations of the world. Students, staff and faculty are pioneers in evangelism, church planting, worship and music ministry, cross-cultural disciple-making, ministry to orphans, teen ministry and more – truly a vibrant and powerful expression of the CFN motto: Christ For The Nations: More than our name, it’s our mission!

Each school must pass through a vetting process to be able to carry the Christ For The Nations name and receive financial and operational assistance. By being a part of the CFN Association of Bible Schools, these centers of biblical training receive fellowship with other like-minded ministries, operational and spiritual support, project-based financial assistance, and the right to carry the name of Christ For The Nations, giving them immediate credibility. Each Bible School is unique and offers academic and practical training programs as determined by its national context and culture.

 

Our Focus

The CFN Association of Bible Schools exists to give its members the network and spiritual resources they need to succeed in their vision. We also give financial aid to certain projects when funding is available. The CFNABS has an Advisory Council that exists to protect and uphold the vision and values of Christ For The Nations and provides oversight for the associated Bible schools. The members of the council serve as official representatives for Christ For The Nations.

 

How You Can Help

You can participate in this vibrant discipleship and leadership training endeavor by donating to the CFN Association of Bible Schools. When you partner with CFNABS you are helping students receive training in Africa, Asia, Central & Southern America, Europe, North America & the Caribbean, and Oceania.