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The opportunity to
further the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world has never been greater. Establishing and maintaining a Bible institute or seminary plays a vital role in equipping Christians to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Bible instructs and encourages Believers to study to show themselves approved unto God... (2 Timothy 2:15a).
This requires the example of pastors and church leaders who are systematically studying the Word of God and encourages their congregation to do the same.

How to start a Bible Institute?  What does it take for pastors and church leaders to implement the establishing of a Bible institute and/or seminary?

First and foremost, it requires the prompting of the Holy Spirit. Often, He will lead Church leaders themselves to engage in a structured, systematic study of God's Word through a Bible institute or seminary before establishing one in their church.

Beyond one's own experience in the study of God's Word, Church leaders should seek out and enlist the experience of an already established Bible institute.

For the past 22 years, College of the Open Bible has had the honor of assisting churches and other religious entities in  establishing and maintaining of viable Bible institutes across America and Canada. Our experience and assistance will help you explore the following...

  • The Purpose of a Bible Institute or Seminary.
  • The Legal requirements and rights in your state. 
  • Choosing course materials... such as books, assignments, etc.
  • Who qualifies to teach, mentor and proctor?
  • Marketing the Bible institute in and outside your church.
  • Anticipating the financial obligations including tuition rates.
  • Knowing the differences between degrees and diplomas.
  • How to determine a student's academic abilities and requirements.
  • Establishing and maintaining student records.
  • Providing on line and correspondence and on site study practices.
  • The financial obligation for assistance and establishing a Bible institute.

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