The history of Christ Apostolic Church has witnessed remarkable developments in education. Such developments include:
1946 - Establishment of Pastoral Training College, Ibadan 1949 - Establishment of The School of Prophets and Evangelists, Ilesa 1952 - Establishment of Bible Training College, Ede (the Bible Training College moved to Erio Ekiti in 1954, to Efon Alaaye in 1958 and to Akure in 1969) 1955 - Establishment of Teachers’ College, Efon Alaaye (defunct) 1979 - Establishment of Theological Seminary, Ile-Ife, with 13 satellite campuses
Later, the Bible College and the Pastoral College were merged to establish the CAC Theological Seminary in 1979, Ile-Ife with 13 satellite campuses.
The church has established, several secondary grammar schools, teacher training colleges, bookshops, and printing press.
The church has also established a Nigerian Christian University at Ikeji, Osun State where our father Joseph Ayo Babalola was called to the service of the Lord. The University (JABU) was approved in February 2006.