AIBI dba Cybermissions

Organization Description: 

Cybermissions uses computers and the Internet to facilitate the Great Commission by:

A) Having websites that provide high quality bible and ministry training material to the church in the developing world for free or at minimal cost.

B))Establishing extension campuses (small bible colleges) in local churches around the world.

C) Setting up Internet cafes as self-funding platforms for indigenous missionaries to unreached people groups. We favor the use of donated recycled computers as an environmentally friendly way to bride the digital divide.

D) Training Christians in Internet Evangelism and Cybermissions

21615 Berendo Ave.
Torrance, CA 90502
Mission Statement: 

To use computers and the Internet to facilitate the Great Commission.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 


The following serves as the official concise statement of AIBI beliefs:

1. I believe in the inspiration and authority of the Scriptures.

2. I believe in the need for: Repentance from sin, faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and reverent obedience to His commandments.

3. I am in full agreement with the universal creeds of the Christian faith (the Apostles and Nicene Creeds and the Formula of Chalcedon).

Amplification: Theologically we are interdenominational and accepting of all born-again bible-believing Christians. We are Trinitarian and subscribe to the three main creeds of the Christian Church - the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed and the Creed of Chalcedon and the modern evangelical compilation known as the Lausanne Covenant.

We are missions-minded and evangelistic and hope to see the Great Commission fulfilled. We emphasize daily bible reading, prayer, radical discipleship and practical Christian living.

We hold to the inerrancy of the 66 books of the Protestant Scriptures.

We allow disagreement on controversial issues such as modes of administration of the sacraments and material on the site will probably reflect the full range of beliefs held among Protestant Christians. We do not aim to be theologically divisive and most of the material will be basic standard theology as taught in most bible colleges around the world.

We seek to serve both evangelical, charismatic and Pentecostal Christians and the board members are from a wide range of evangelical, charismatic and Pentecostal denominations. Individual courses range in theology from Pentecostal to conservative evangelical. While we host material from various sources e.g. the Harvestime material, that does not necessarily mean we are "associated" with them or that we subscribe to their doctrinal positions, just that we have found their teaching materials to be useful. Some of the mature courses contain controversial material that advanced students should be exposed to in order to gain theological or historical perspective e.g. some writings of Church historians. The fact that such material may be set as a student reading does not imply that we agree with it.

While the AIBI seeks to uphold high theological standards it is not necessarily in agreement with all the opinions of its contributors. The AIBI does not subscribe to extreme theologies such as liberal theology, liberation theology or extreme prosperity teachings.

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