Renewing the church by building an army of friends
Onsi A. Kamel to step down at Davenant Press
We are thrilled to have Tim Jacobs joining the Davenant Team.
A new property and a new Residential Fellowship at Davenant House.
Help us match a $32,000 pledge to build for wisdom
2020 has been a time of judgment. Help Davenant in vital renewal in 2021.
Incorporating philosophy, historical theology, and Scripture, our latest collection features essays on the doctrine of natural revelation.
As we approach the seventh anniversary of our founding, we are now poised to open an exciting new chapter in the ministry of the Davenant Institute.
Davenant President Brad Littlejohn reviews the organization’s central mission and the opportunities before us.
Three years ago, we at Davenant were blessed by the Lord with the opportunity to purchase a beautiful small retreat center property in the Blue Ridge Mountains of upstate SC, which we dubbed Davenant House. We enthusiastically sketched out a vision for a study center dedicated to the renewal of Protestant wisdom, offering residential courses, study retreats, and serving as a hub for building networks and ministry in the region. Unfortunately, the path forward for this work proved far rockier and more winding than we had anticipated, and we had all but abandoned this vision when the Lord brought Michael Hughes and his family across our path last summer. Over this winter, He opened many doors for bringing the Hugheses on, beginning in Summer 2019, as full-time directors of Davenant House, ready to realize the initial ambitious vision for the property, engage in active student ministry throughout the Western Carolinas, and raise funds for the further development of the property. It is with greatest excitement and joy that we introduce them to you today.