OVERVIEW

Life Bible College is a two-year training course for adults of all ages. It is designed for both those who simply want to grow in their knowledge of God and His Word to more effectively serve in the local church, as well as those preparing for full-time ministry.

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Year One

Empowers Christians to grow in their spiritual walk with specific direction towards connecting with the one true God. The believer will grow in his or her relationship with God as well as have an understanding of life changing Biblical truths. Year One is a great foundation for every believer to become grounded and equipped as an effective Christian. Those who successfully complete Year One of Life Bible College will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Year One Classes →

Year two

Focuses on helping believers find and fulfill the call of God on his or her life. Every believer is called to some form of ministry within the body of Christ. Year Two helps students to identify what God has specifically called them to do and the next steps in fulfilling that call. Those who successfully complete Year Two of Life Bible College will receive a Diploma at the graduation ceremony. Graduation is a formal commencement service with a reception following.

Year Two Classes →

 

Reading

Reading instructional books and the Bible are a large part of the LBC curriculum. Students should expect on reading 30-60 minutes a day.

aTTENDANCE

Attendance is required in all classes. In case of emergency, you are allowed three absences per term. Absences in excess of that may result in dismissal from the school.

Homework

Timely completion of homework is expected of each student, as well as active participation during class.

Grading

Grading at LBC is by letter grade and is based on the four-point grading system. Grades are reported to students at the end of each term.

Conduct Code

All students are expected to conduct themselves in agreement with scripture at all times while enrolled as a student.

Diploma

Students must complete all assigned courses, meet class attendance requirements, maintain a 2.0 GPA, and fulfill all financial obligations in order to graduate.