Adullam means Refuge or Justice of the people. It was mentioned eight (8) times in scriptures. The
Cave of Adullam stood on the old Roman road in the valley of Elah, not far from Gath, which was
the scene of David’s memorable victory over Goliath (1Samuel 17:2).
The Cave of Adullam became
a place of resort for David. It was the location where all that were stranded, discourage and had
given up on life resorted to David to find meaning (1Sam. 22:1-2).
Adullam became a forge where
charlatans are turned into champions, the PLACE, both for the apprentice and the veteran, and a
retreat center for refreshing and retooling (2Sam.23:13-17). It was called “the glory of Israel”
The RCN Theological Seminary - Adullam, is a ministry training program designed with a learning
environment that has an intense atmosphere of Heaven, accompanied with Spiritual impartations.
It is a training and equipping that is imparting, intellectual, and rigorous.
A program characteristic
of an academic rigor alongside a high spiritual engagement.