What is the denomination of "Bible study for all?" Is it tied to a single church?
We are a non-denominational Christian seminary school that encompasses students, faculty and staff who represent a wide variety
of denominational backgrounds. Please refer to our Doctrinal Statement, Missions and Values, which is available upon request.
Is "Bible study for all" accredited? What is Accreditation?
The intent of accreditation is to provide a process for ensuring that institutions adhere to high quality and integrity in their operations and education. Processes for accreditation often require institutes to employ a full-time staff (many of our faculty are adjunct professors), a full library, a 3-5 year plan for acquiring financial income, and require high fees and dues.
Although we value the oversight of accreditation agencies, our goal is to provide high quality biblical training to students, free of charge. Hence, our resources are dedicated solely to this goal. "Bible study for all" has incorporated accreditation principles of academic integrity, quality of faculty, and student development in order to ensure the highest level of scriptural education.
How is it funded?
Our seminary school is unique in offer free biblical education through scholarships and subsidized tuition costs in order to equip leaders with theological wisdom, tools of spiritual formation and experience without cost. Working with a network of donors who share this passion,
"Bible study for all" seeks to alleviate the financial burden that often deters students from considering theological education. Our ordainment program is low-cost, requiring only a nominal fee for all those who complete our scriptural education program as well as other requirements.
What is the community like?
What does discipleship and mentoring look like at "Bible study for all?"
More than a school, "Bible study for all" is a family of like-minded leaders where one can expect to build genuine and sincere relationships
for future ministry and career paths. "Bible study for all" also provides students with various resources in order to cultivate healthy spiritual formation such as counseling services, volunteer and missions travel and workshop opportunities.
What are the qualification of the instructors?
The instructors of "Bible study for all" are experienced missionaries who have been trained
using a solo scriptura program in which the sole text used is the 66 books of the Holy Bible.
Many of the volunteer staff are missionaries, pastors, religious studies instructors, and leaders of various community organizations.
Do you offer any flexible scheduling (day/night) or online courses?
Yes, we offer a variety of courses that include interactive and engaging online and classroom instruction.
We cater to busy, working professionals, students with odd hours and parents that have challenging schedules.
How long is the commitment?
It depends on the length of the course you select.
We offer programs that are 6-weeks short, 4-months short, and 9-months short.
How big/small are the class sizes?
We offer intimate class settings, larger group lectures,
and online classes for international and out of state students.
To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, "If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples.
Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free."
Jesus, our Lord (John 8:31-32)