In 2017 our ministry moved into the ALCAP building which is allowing us to reach more people with important apologetics training. In addition to conducting our traditional conferences and seminars in churches around the world, we are now able to. . .

  1. Equip mission teams to respond to false religions and philosophies on the mission field here and abroad
  2. Equip church leaders to conduct apologetics training in their local churches
  3. Prepare graduating high school seniors to engage unbelief on the college campus through our Jericho Project
  4. Develop curriculum for and educate home-schoolers and other students in the Christian worldview
  5. Conduct on-going community outreach classes in basic apologetics

Obviously, we can continue to do this ministry only through generous donations from churches and individuals.

Become an ARC ministry partner today!

There are three ways you can help support ARC. First you may mail a check to the address below for a tax-deductible donation. Second use the “Donate” button below to conveniently make an online donation using your credit or debit card. We use PayPal to process donations for simplicity and security. You do not have to have a PayPal account. Third shop with the Amazon Smile program, here is the link

Apologetics Resource Center
2376 Lakeside Drive
Birmingham, AL 35244

You can become a Ministry Partner by making a recurring monthly donation through PayPal using the button below. If you would like to designate your donation to support one of the individual apologists of ARC, please send your instructions to

Building a Legacy

As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called for a purpose. Jesus explicitly says that while being sanctified in the truth, we are to be going out into the world in the same way He was sent (John 17:17-18, 20:21).

Our calling, i.e. the purpose of God saving us, is to glorify God by making known His excellencies to the world (1 Peter 2:9). Every day we should ask ourselves and God the question, “Why am I saved for today?”

Paul reinforces the normalcy of this calling, “imitate me as I imitate Christ.” He reminds us that we have both a stewardship and an obligation to intentionally engage all the kinds of people outside Christ. We are to do all things for the sake of the gospel (1 Cor. 9:16-24).

This is the purpose of the Apologetics Resource Center. We are called collectively as a body—sharing our resources in participation in the kingdom (Acts 2:42-48). We need your partnership so that we all can advance His kingdom.