Association of Classical and Christian Schools
The Association of Classical and Christian Schools is the primary public advocate for classical Christian education. They offer an extensive array of member services to help build distinctive schools. And, they provide accountability through accreditation. The ACCS seeks to set an educational standard for a unified and directed approach to classical and Christian learning.
The Davenant Institute is an Affiliate Member of the ACCS, offering our Davenant Latin Institute as a resource for training ACCS teachers.
The Calvinist International
The Calvinist International has its origins in the ferment of the recent evangelical catholic and “reformed catholic” movement. The writers are members of Evangelical churches in the Reformed tradition, profoundly dissatisfied with the “scandal of the evangelical mind,” but informed enough historically not to fall for the various “high church” reactions.
Instead, through prayer, patient research, and disciplined conversation, it seeks to chart a new way, which turned out to be a very old way, forward. It aims to foster conversations which attain a mean between academic precision and popular exposition, with the rigor of the first but the common sense and synthetic judgment of the latter.
Consortium of Christian Study Centers
The Consortium of Christian Study Centers exists to advance the growth and effectiveness of Christian Study Centers at colleges and universities around the world. In pursuit of this mission, CCSC has the following goals:
- To promote collaboration among Study Centers
- To provide mutual stimulation and resources to existing Study Centers
- To encourage and support the development of new Study Centers
- To raise awareness of the Study Center movement
The Davenant Institute is an Affiliate Member of the CCSC, offering resources to other study centers and offering the Davenant House summer programs as a supplement to Christian study center programs.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is an educational institution serving the Lord and His Church. Its mission is to prepare men and women for ministry at home and abroad. The seminary undertakes this task as a training partner with the Church so that what is learned on campus may be complemented by the spiritual nurture and the exercise of ministry available through the Church.
Gordon-Conwell’s mission arises out of God’s redemptive work in this world effected in Jesus Christ, understood through the biblical Word and mediated by the Holy Spirit. As a theological seminary, it provides learning, resources and training through which men and women may acquire knowledge, gain skills and develop attitudes needed in Christ’s ministry.
The Greystone Institute
Greystone Theological Institute is a collaborative effort in Reformed theological education and training in ministry and scholarship. With a focus on service in the region of western Pennsylvania, Greystone also resources scholarship and ministerial formation at the postgraduate level at select satellite sites in the United States and internationally through a combination of regular intensive on-site courses and online courses and events. It seeks to enrich the educational mission of the Church in the tradition of confessional Reformed catholicity, foster theological collaboration, and share resources in order to advance learning; to strengthen teaching, learning and research; and to maximize the stewardship of scholarly resources for Church and academy.
Refo500 is the international platform for knowledge, expertise, ideas, products and events, specializing in the 500 year legacy of the Reformation.
Worldwide, more than 120 partners have joined Refo500 and the number of partners is still growing. Partners collaborate in order to offer a program and to tell the story of the Reformation. Refo500 partners include Protestant and Catholic organizations, churches, universities, museums, cities, publishers, and so on.
The Junius Institute
The Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research is an international forum for the promotion of research into the Reformation and post-Reformation eras, particularly through the use and development of digital tools and sources, with principals and correspondents in Europe, North America, and Asia.