Bible Colleges Affiliated With Australian Christian Churches

Bible colleges affiliated with Australian Christian Churches refers to Bible colleges that are registered with Australian Christian Churches, the Australian organisation of the Assemblies of God (AOG), a Pentecostal denomination originating in the United States of America. Australian Christian Churches currently has eight registered Bible colleges, that train aspiring ACC pastors, leaders, evangelists and missionaries as well as people from other denominations and other aspirations. Alphacrucis is the official ministry training college of the denomination.

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