Phoenix Seminary

Scottsdale, AZ

Founded: 1992

Tel: (602) 429-4927

Website: http://www.phoenixseminary.edu

Top LeaderDr. Brian Arnold

Donor Contact: Dr. Brian Arnold

Member Since: August 11, 1994


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $6,972,074
   Noncash Donations $196,463
   Other Revenue $2,724,430
   Total Revenue $9,892,967
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $4,889,672
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$5,003,295
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$5,003,295
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Total Assets $15,479,631
Total Liabilities $399,982
Net Assets $15,079,649
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The vision of Phoenix Seminary is to train the spiritual leadership of Arizona. The mission of Phoenix Seminary is "to equip Godly leaders to serve Jesus Christ in a changing world by providing theological training, personal mentoring, and ministry training in partnership with the local church." The philosophy of ministry is: Scholarship with a Shepherd's heart. Phoenix Seminary is a graduate school offering three degree programs: Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Biblical Leadership, and Doctor of Ministry. Phoenix Seminary also offers a Certificate in Graduate Studies. Phoenix Seminary is active in providing community leadership programs and resources to strengthen Christian leaders serving in churches, non-profit ministries, and the business and professional community.

Through the generous support of investors, the engagement of passionate students, and the commitment of outstanding faculty and staff, Phoenix Seminary is a part of God’s work changing the landscape of the world for Christ. Friends and investors, like you, play a vital role in equipping future leaders for life-long service for Jesus Christ. We are daily dependent on the prayers and financial support of committed Christians who look at their investment in Phoenix Seminary as an indispensable par
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