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The BPI Pastoral Training Program trains, equips and resources carefully selected Christian leaders to preach the Gospel, plant and lead missional churches in strategic places throughout Latvia, the Baltic region and beyond.

Pastoral Training Program

News and Events

The news calendar and event archive of Pastoral Training Program

Goals and Results

The goals of the program are to train, strengthen and provide with resources carefully chosen Christian leaders for proclamation of the Gospel, to start and lead new churches that would be society-influencing churches strategically located in Latvia, Baltic region and beyond.

Program

Length and form of studies, content and characterisation of program, financial support.

Community principles

The goal of our community principles is to form and maintain an environment that is healthy and promoting growth

Staff and Faculty

Our faculty consists of experts in their fields who want to help students to become better followers of Christ and leaders of the church. Our staff and volunteers are creative and different personalities have united with one common goal – to create a Pastoral program that is an increasingly better environment for leadership training.

Students and graduates

Our graduates are church pastors and preachers, church planters and ministry leaders in different places in Latvia. Our students are men who have responded to Christ’s calling to ministry and by studying at BPI, are preparing for their next step in ministry.

Contacts

Dean: Līva Fokrote
Address: Lacplesa Street 37
Riga, LV-1011, Latvia
Phone: +371 27702028
Email: bpi(abols)lbds.lv

Baltic Pastoral Institute is a place where, under the guidance of experienced teachers, students receive foundational knowledge and encouragement for further ministry. For me, the greatest achievement of BPI is a successful integration of academic knowledge into the environment where the personality of each student is discovered, developed and perfected in the light of Christian teaching and divine revelation. BPI has and, I believe, will contribute much to both the strengthening of Christian churches in Latvia and to the fostering of spiritual health in our society.
Testament, Th. D. Ilmārs Hiršs Professor, BPI teacher of the New