Welcome From Dr. Aquila, President

Dear Friend

New Geneva, President, Dominic Aquila

In the 16th century, the city of Geneva became a major center for the Reformation—a community dedicated to learning and outreach. Five hundred years later, the Reformation continues at New Geneva Theological Seminary. We see ourselves in the stream of that great and significant period of history that dramatically changed the church and the world. Our theological commitment is built on those biblical principles that were rediscovered in the Reformation: the absolute authority of Scripture, salvation by grace alone, justification by faith alone, and through Christ alone. The whole is summarized in the Reformation cry of Soli Deo Gloria, to God be the glory alone.

Built on principles like these, our students are taught and steeped in these truths, and they are also encouraged to use them in their ministries, thus advancing the kingdom of God in Colorado Springs, the Rocky Mountain region, and beyond.

New Geneva Seminary is privileged to provide the best theological education for the next generation of church leaders. We desire that our graduates lead and serve in congregations that are renewed, with their members maintaining a vital walk with the Lord. Our purpose is to provide strong biblical, theological, and ministry training for a lifetime of ministry.

We invite you to become a partner with us in this challenging venture. We welcome you as a student, as a potential mentor, or as a supporter of our endeavor. Please visit us at the campus or give us a call. We would be happy to provide more information.

May God bless you as you serve the Lord in the fellowship of his Church.


New Geneva Seminary News

OPC/PCA Summer Bible Camp

Trusting in the grace and mercy of our great God we are excited to announce the return of the OPC-PCA Bible Camp, June 26th - July 2rd at Camp Judson in the beautiful Black Hills. The theme of chapel, classes, and camp fires this year will be “Trusting God.” This past year has caused many to ask, “is God really in control?” Still, we know that looking to the sovereign grace of our covenant making and covenant keeping God as He “works all things according to the counsel of His will” (Eph 1:11) is our only real source of hope and peace in this life. Our prayer for the campers this year is that they will grow in their understanding of who God is, what God has promised in His Word, and how all of God’s promises find their fulfillment in Christ. If you have any additional questions, please contact Ethan Sayler, the camp director, at reveds@msn.com or 712-229-6842.

For more information, please see reveds@msn.com

[Added: 3/3/2021]

The Aquila Report

Have you discovered The Aquila Report? It’s your free and independent source for news and commentary from and about conservative, orthodox evangelicals in the Reformed and Presbyterian family of churches. It features eight new articles per day featuring insightful commentary on the latest news in the Reformed and evangelical communities. Go to https://theaquilareport.com to read the articles or to sign up to receive the top ten articles each week by email. Dr. Aquila and Paul Harrell also discuss the top ten articles on a new podcast at https://anchor.fm/aquila-report.

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[Added: 3/26/2021]