Evangelical Training Association


Calumet City, IL
Founded: 1930
Current Status: Member
Member Since: January 31, 1994
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,400
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $226,747
   Total Revenue $228,147
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $213,250
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$14,897
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$14,897
Total Assets $50,198
Total Liabilities $102,960
Net Assets $-52,762

Data for year ended May 31, 2015
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Evangelical Training Association
Calumet City, IL
Tel: (630) 384-6920
Fax: (630) 384-6927
Website: http://www.etaworld.org
Top Leader: Ms. Yvonne E. Thigpen
Donor Contact: Ms. Yvonne E. Thigpen

Ministry Description
Evangelical Training Association comprises a membership of seminaries, colleges, universities, institutes, and churches committed to providing quality training resources to the church for equipping lay volunteers to serve Christ more effectively. The Association implements this purpose through its membership by encouraging, developing, facilitating and monitoring an instructional curriculum and teacher approval program for church workers. The outcome of this implemented purpose is a unique cadre of ETA-approved teachers and training materials for the church.

ServantMatch®
Since 1930, ETA has been committed to one passion—providing training, programs, materials, and services that help Christian churches and education organizations achieve their goal of equipping lay leaders for transformational ministry within and through the local church. ETA is a recognized leader in developing lay leaders to more effectively realize Christ’s Great Commission.

Ministry Sectors
  • Discipleship
  • Education
  • Evangelism
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy

  • Ministry Types
  • Association, Society (primary)
  • Education: College, University
  • Literature Pub/Distribution
  • Support Services
  • Children's Ministry
  • Leadership Training
  • Public Policy, Education