Women’s Retreat

    Katie Moore tells us about the recent AT3 Women’s Retreat In March, the ladies of AT3 hit the road and went to Wales for a weekend retreat. We stayed in a beautifully converted, traditional old stone barn on a 20-acre small-holding above the tiny...

A snapshot of: Worthing

Katie Moore is taking part in our AT3 two year programme, and came over to the UK in September to support her husband Garrett and work alongside him in ministry at Worthing Tabernacle. We asked her what it’s like to live there and her observations of an English...

What’s in a name? “Training”

At AT3, we’re passionate about training men and women in ministry – so much so we put it in our name! We interviewed Justin Mote (one of our Trustees and the Director of Training for the North West Partnership) about how diligently training leaders has a...

What’s in a Name? “Transatlantic”

As we continue our series “What’s in a name?” I thought I’d take us to an important location from the history of transatlantic gospel partnership. Have a look! Thanks for viewing this video. I hope you’ll share it with others. For more...

What’s In A Name? “Alliance”

One of my all-time favorite lines of fiction is the opening to C.S. Lewis’ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: “There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it.” That wasn’t a compliment for Eustace, and if you read on in the story you realize...
Origin Story

Origin Story

The name Alliance for Transatlantic Theological Training is long enough to be a blog post on its own. That’s why we call it AT3 for short. See what we did there? AT3 is a brand new initiative, so we thought we would use our first blog post to tell you our origin...