Our Institute operates as an educational
and missionary outreach to God’s world.
introducing people to the Gospel of Grace in Jesus Christ
helping believes grow in their understanding of God’s word
Our current analytics shows that we regularly reach people in many countries which are closed to traditional missionary work. In 2018 our web resources were accessed from 6,622 different cities in 195 countries. Few ministries are able to have such a penetrating influence. We want to expand that even more.
E-mail exchanges have thanked us for providing sound lesson materials and articles for home-schoolers, Missionaries as they teach on foreign fields, Pastors and teachers as they prepare their lessons, seminaries, neighborhood Bible study groups, even a prison ministry Bible study. Some of our video lessons have been used in Sunday School classes of local churches.
To fully fund our outreach and projects for the year ahead we are relying upon the financial and prayer support of God’s people. If you are able to help us expand our outreach, or if you know of someone who can, you may be that answer to the prayers we have been bringing before the Lord.
Prayerfully consider being a partner with us in the work of The Geneven Institute for Reformed Studies.
Donations may be sent to:
The Genevan Institute for Reformed Studies, Inc.
8245 Parkwood Blvd. Seminole, Florida 33777
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We are classified by the State of Florida as a 501(c)(3) public charity
The Institute fully subscribes to the system of truth known historically as the Reformed Faith. That faith is expressed in the standards of the Westminster Assembly and the Three Forms of Unity. In keeping with those confessions and catechisms, the Institute’s only standard in matters of faith and practice is the inerrant Holy Scriptures commonly received as canon by Christ’s church as it rests upon the Apostolic foundation (Ephesians 2:20).