B.H. Carroll Theological Institute is a graduate school dedicated to equipping men and women called to serve Christ in His church's diverse and global ministries. Founded in 2004, Carroll is reinventing seminary education for the Twenty-First Century.
As a community of faith and learning, Carroll believes that theological education belongs to the people and seeks to make it accessible and affordable at the grass-roots level. Making theological education accessible, affordable, and achievable encourages greater numbers of persons to respond to Christian ministry call. It makes it possible for those in full-time ministry positions to pursue. Data shows 83 percent of newly enrolled students work 20 or more hours per week, and 61 percent enroll in the institution on a part-time basis. The institute is reinventing theological education in innovative, creative ways that make ministerial training more relevant, practical, effective, affordable, and accessible to all Christian workers.