Bukidnon Fundamental Baptist Seminary Rebuilding Project

Total need
Amount funded
$45,335.67 Funded

Surrounded by 14 unreached people groups — including several militant Muslim and animistic tribes — ABWE’s partner school Bukidnon Fundamental Baptist Seminary (BFBS) equips men and women to bring the gospel to some of the Philippines’ most spiritually isolated regions. With the help of ABWE missionaries and BFBS professors Phil and Barb Klumpp, the seminary has trained more than 1,000 graduates to become church planters, missionaries, pastors, and teachers.

The seminary needs your help.

Built with wood from an old missionary medical clinic in a harsh jungle climate, the school has deteriorated from constant use and severe termite damage, rendering entire rooms of BFBS unusable and dangerous.

While Filipino believers donated enough money to begin a reconstruction and expansion project, they need our help to finish it. We are praying to raise $30,000 to complete the expansion and provide BFBS’s new facility with windows, classrooms, a second floor, and a chapel — allowing the school to equip more believers to share the gospel with their unreached neighbors.

Help Train More Filipinos to Reach the Unreached

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