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Southern California Association of Reformed Baptist Churches

Emmaus Christian Fellowship belongs to the Southern California Association of Reformed Baptist Churches (SCARBC).

The Constitution of the SCARBC states: “An Association consists of particular churches who have agreed to associate together at stated times, to obey the Word of God, to promote their own interests and the good of common causes found among them.”

The association holds tenaciously to the inerrant and infallible Word of God as found in the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments in the Holy Bible (this being our only source of faith and practice), embraces and adopts the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 as the most accurate expression of that system of doctrine taught in the Bible. That Confession is the doctrinal statement and position (Strict Subscription) of the Association.

The association holds combined Sunday Evening Worship Services at various locations three to four times a year. We also work together on various projects and seek to strengthen one another in the most holy faith.

Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies

We are a fully functioning residential confessional Reformed Baptist Seminary – the first of its kind in history, rooted and grounded in the doctrine and practice of the Word of God as reflected in the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689. This is the confession of our faith and a summary and just exhibition of the system of doctrine and religious belief which we believe is contained in the Holy Scripture, and therein revealed by God to man for his salvation.

We have a strong relationship with the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America and believe that an association of churches is the best method for cooperation in many areas, including ministerial training (this is at the heart of ARBCA’s convictions, directly expressed as a founding purpose). This seminary reflects the doctrine and practice of this association as a whole, and we believe this will allow for the proper balance of unity and diversity among our churches.

Serving not only Reformed Baptist churches internationally (We have already taught courses in Quebec, England, Ukraine, Zambia, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and the Far East), but also the broader Calvinistic Baptist movement, and local Baptist or Baptistic churches, our goal is to bring students from around the globe to study at our school and return to their churches prepared to further the cause of Christ there.

Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America

The ASSOCIATION OF REFORMED BAPTIST CHURCHES OF AMERICA (ARBCA) was founded on March 11, 1997. On that day at the Cornerstone Church in Mesa, AZ the first General Assembly met to establish a charter membership of 24 churches from 14 states. Now in 2016 there are 59 member churches.

Solid Ground Christian Books

Solid Ground Christian Books is a publishing company committed to the presentation of the cardinal doctrines of Holy Scripture. Our goal is to spread the fame of the Name of the Lord by finding, uncovering and restoring the best Christian literature from the past and bringing it into the modern world. We believe that there are many treasured works from the past that the Lord has used in mighty ways, and yet are unavailable to the modern reader. We are always searching for works that have been used by the Holy Spirit in converting, sanctifying and keeping power. Our desire is to serve the pastors, churches, missionaries, chaplains, the military, professors and students of the 21st century. We will seek to keep our prices fair, and our service prompt, personal and courteous. Our prayer is that the God of sovereign grace will be pleased to smile upon our efforts to further His kingdom, and that multitudes throughout he world will be forever changed by reading the books we produce.

Ligonier Ministries

Ligonier Ministries is an international Christian discipleship organization founded by theologian Dr. R.C. Sproul in 1971 to equip Christians to articulate what they believe, why they believe it, how to live it, and how to share it. Proclaiming God’s holiness is central to Ligonier’s purpose.

The Gospel Coaltion

A network of broadly Reformed evangelical churches founded in 2005 by Christian pastors/theologians D. A. Carson and Tim Keller. The mission of TGC is to encourage and educate current and next-generation Christian leaders by advocating gospel-centered principles and practices.

"Him we proclaim,
warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom,
that we may present everyone mature in Christ."
(Colossians 1:28, ESV)

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