From Our President
Founded in 2006 as the Leadership Training Center, the Institute of Conservative Apostolic Theology offers exciting, academically challenging programs where future ministers and Christian leaders equip themselves for service through intensive Bible training.
Our instructors bring years of ministerial, pastoral and foreign missionary experience to the table. All of our faculty members and administrators donate their services as a labor of love, thus keeping overhead low. Therefore, the students of the Institute of Conservative Apostolic Theology receive a quality, genuinely Apostolic biblical education...absolutely free! Our goal is to prepare workers for the Kingdom of God to meet the critical demand of this urgent end-time hour, so we don't want cost to be a barrier. And because all programs are offered 100% online, you never have to leave home to study. This allows you to begin applying your new knowledge immediately to benefit your local church!
Making the decision to go back to school can be scary, but I assure you ICAT will be a choice you won't regret. In fact, all that stands between you and a quality education in Apostolic Theology is an investment of commitment, determination and hard work. Why not make the decision today and propel your Christian service to another level?
Kelly E. Nix, DBA
Dr. Kelly Nix
The Institute of Conservative Apostolic Theology exists to equip Apostolic believers for service in the Kingdom of God through sound doctrine, rigorous and transformational instruction and the elimination of the barriers of cost and location by providing free, quality, Christian distance education in Apostolic Theology and by preserving our conservative Oneness Apostolic heritage and message for generations to come.
The Institute of Conservative Apostolic Theology is a ministry of Alamo City Apostolic Church, located at 9302 Timber Path, San Antonio, Texas 78250.
Dr. Kelly Nix
President/Dean of Graduate Studies
Dr. Kenneth Ellis
Dr. Augustine Escamilla Jr.
Peter F. Connell, MAT
Dean of Undergraduate Studies