The Austin Stone Institute

We train leaders for the church, city, and nations

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What We Do


Seminars are opportunities to grow as a leader throughout the year. Come gain insight from godly, wise leaders as they unpack the Scriptures and help you grow in knowledge of, affections for, and obedience to Jesus.

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Development Programs

Apply for one of our Development Programs for a focused season of growth in doctrine, character, and skills. ASI offers a variety of programs to help you grow in your specific leadership context.

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Residencies with ASI give future ministry leaders the opportunity to serve and lead alongside the staff of The Austin Stone, gain practical ministry experience, and earn seminary credit hours.

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Christlike Leadership

Lead like Jesus

Jesus is the perfect leader. Christian leaders follow His example to lead with intentionality, integrity, and godly character.

Lead with Jesus

Jesus is moving in the world today. Christian leaders join with Him to bring light to darkness, order to chaos, justice to injustice, and peace to strife.

Lead to Jesus

Jesus is Savior and King. Christian leaders seek to share the good news of His salvation and kingdom with all people near and far.

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ASI Seminar: Are You Your Body? with Gregg Allison

October 25

Dr. Gregg Allison, author and Professor of Christian Theology at Southern Seminary is our second seminar speaker of our "Learning to Listen" seminar series. This seminar is titled "Are You Your Body? - A Theological View of Genderedness and Embodiment." In this seminar, Dr. Allison will be sharing what the Bible has to say about our physical bodies, and the link between our bodies and ourselves. Our desire is that this theological knowledge will help you to better understand the…

Soul Care for Creatives

November 2 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

The Austin Stone Institute, in partnership with Austin Stone Worship and the Austin Stone Counseling Center, is hosting a half-day workshop that addresses mental health and soul care in the life of the artist. This workshop is ideal for people who employ creative problem solving in the workplace, lead or live with artists, consider themselves artists, or desire to develop a biblical perspective on mental health. The workshop will be held November 2 at the For the City Center and…

Residency Early Applications Due

December 20

Applications for our Austin Stone Institute Residency program will open soon. To learn more about this program, click here. Applicants can receive $25 off their application fee by submitting their applications by December 20. The final application deadline is January 15, 2020.  

REAP Journal Release

January 15, 2020

In January 2020, The Austin Stone Institute will be launching a line of Bible study tools to help men and women study the Bible inductively. These resources will all employ the REAP method. REAP stands for Read, Examine, Apply, and Pray, and is an excellent way to ensure that we first look at what the biblical text means before applying it to our lives. Look for these resources to be available on in January!

ASI Bible Class: 2 Samuel

January 20, 2020

The Austin Stone Institute will be holding its second-ever Bible class on the book of 2 Samuel in the spring of 2020. Students in this ASI Bible Class will gain a thorough knowledge of the book of 2 Samuel, and will also have the opportunity to practice the inductive Bible study method of observe, interpret, and apply. In addition, students will be trained on the nuances of interpreting historical narrative. Sign ups for this class will open in late fall…

Austin Stone Development Program Applications Open

March 15, 2020

The Austin Stone Development Program will be taking applicants for the 2020-2021 calendar year in the spring of 2020. For more information on this program, click here.

Writer Development Program Applications Open

March 15, 2020

Our Writer Development Program will be accepting applications for its 2020-2021 calendar year in the spring of 2020. For more information about this program, click here.

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