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About US

Amber Institute of Theology Seminary is a Bible based, Christ-centered, online religious institution of higher education.

We exist for the sole purpose of preparing followers of Jesus Christ for Christian ministry. We believe that the Holy Spirit is the ultimate teacher of our students. We provide a biblically sound and academically rigorous curriculum, and a highly qualified and talented faculty. Students are invited and encouraged to study theology in an ongoing attitude of meditation and prayer.

Why Choose Us

Mission and Vision of Amber Institute and Theological Seminary

Amber Institute and Theological Seminary is an institution of biblical higher education that exists to provide a Christ-centered curriculum that fosters a biblical world view, empowering students to engage and impact their global society.

The faculty seeks to prepare students for life-long learning to serve Christ in ministry and marketplace professions. While faculty members have unique gifts, experiences, and academic credentials, they collectively engage students through a biblically-based philosophy of education that leads students to glorify and serve the Creator God.

Online Experience

Enjoy an authentic Bible School experience on your terms. Amber Institute and Theological Seminary incorporate connectivity within an online environment. Along with the ability to log on and learn from anywhere with an Internet connection, you will feel fully engaged with fellow students, instructors and your curriculum.

We employ a highly collaborative and easy-to-use learning management system that allows you to access and complete our multi-modal curriculum, receive real-time feedback, collaborate with fellow students, and more.

NEXT STEPS

Complete the contact form or call us at 210.396.6145 to get started. An online admissions representative will reach out to you, and together you will uncover your professional goals, discuss options for payment and learn all you need to know about Amber Institute and Theological Seminary.