New Website Debut

After a time of debugging, CETs has debuted its new website.

This new site includes the majority of the information provided by the old site and has much more content that we hope will be helpful to everyone.

This relaunch doesn't include the distance learning portions, so those of you studying with us will not be affected.  Once you've logged in, please use the menu at the top.

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CETS Publishes a New Book

Designed for Dignity: What God Has Made It Possible for You to Be

Written by Richard L. Pratt

ISBN: 978-0-9842115-0-0

Read more: CETS Publishes a New Book


CETSU reaches accreditation agreement

CETSU  has officially entered into an accreditation agreement with the Chinese Scholar online training program.  Credits can be transferred as follows:

*Students in the Chinese Scholar training program ( applying to CETSU's Bachelor degree:


  • Graduates of the guided study program: 40 credit hours can be transferred as long as CCIM provides proof of graduation.
  • Graduates of the self study program: Must pass a defense at CCIM and provide proof of having passed before 40 credit hours can be transferred.

    Read more: CETSU reaches accreditation agreement


2009 Prayer of Thanksgiving

Father, we thank you.  You've lifted us up from out of the dirt, saved us from the brink of death, redeemed us out of our fallen states; what's more, you've given us eternal life, calling us a chosen people, a holy kingdom, and sons and daughters of God, so that we can proclaim the Name of the one who called us out of darkness and into that wonderful light.

Read more: 2009 Prayer of Thanksgiving


CETS Coworkers Share at PCA

June 16-19, 2009, CETS Principal Honjun Li, Board of Trustees vice chairman Pastor Biao Chen and Web Administrative Chair brother Xiaotao Guan attended the PCA's 37th General assembly and introduced CETS' ministry with the elders and pastors in attendance, hoping to gain the support and participation of more churches and Christians.  After some protracted talks with MINTS principal Dr. Greg Hauenstein and Third Millennium Ministries president Dr. Richard Pratt, a retired pastor of the PCA, Doug Miller, volunteered to join the ranks.






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