Practical mission education for today's leading disciples

"The gifts he gave were that some would be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ,..." (Eph. 4:11-12, NRSV)

As a ministry initiative of American Baptist Home Mission Societies, the Center for Continuous Learning is committed to equipping leaders as disciples, to making disciples into leaders, and to training God's people to fulfill their ministry passions. 

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Test the Waters in Summer 2021

The Center for Continuous Learning is itself a constantly evolving educational community. New LIVE and on-demand learning experiences are being added monthly, in preparations for the launch of a full catalog of course offerings in Academic Year 2021-22. Be among the early adopters beginning June 1, 2021, when you can access the full CCL site!


Originally conceived by ABHMS Executive Director Dr. Jeff Haggray as a state of the art facility for in-person learning experiences at the Leadership and Mission Building in King of Prussia, PA, the ABHMS Center for Continuous Learning evolved significantly with the advent of pandemic in 2020. The result? The June 2021 launch of a state-of-the-art virtual platform for online and hybrid learning experiences.


The ABHMS Center for Continuous Learning is a hub for practical mission education, committed to empowering God’s people for today’s real-life challenges. Interactive, intercultural, and incarnational learning experiences respond to current trends in leadership training, critically engage the cultural moment for healing and justice, and intentionally innovate mission education with emerging generations.


Equipping God’s people for mission, the ABHMS Center for Continuous Learning seeks diverse voices as instructors and learners among ministry practitioners and educational innovators—toward the goal of effecting change in the world. Change that pursues justice, shows kindness, and walks humbly with God and neighbor.