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Dec 19

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Kenneth Copeland Bible College™ KCBC—Where Your Faith Journey Begins “An amazing opportunity.” “Everything I could hope or dream of, and way more!” “Come, come, you won't regret it!” That’s just part of what students are saying after completing their first year of study at Kenneth Copeland Bible College. ------------------------------------------- Fall 2020 Semester begins Aug. 24 Application Deadline June 30, 2020 Application Fee $100 Registration is open to anyone age 18 and older with a high school diploma or GED. ----------------------------------------------- Since opening its doors in the fall of 2018, KCBC has enrolled nearly 500 students into its two-year, 60-credit-hour program, where they receive instruction in core courses such as Old Testament and New Testament Survey, The Life of Christ, Christ the Healer, Prayer, The Holy Spirit, The Blessing, and The Authority of the Believer. Among the electives taught at KCBC are Budget and Finance, Bible Study Methods, Personal Evangelism, Biblical Counseling, Worship Ministry, Mission and Outreach, Media in Ministry, and Crisis Response and the Church. With a mission to serve as a world-class institution of biblical higher education, the KCBC curriculum focuses on developing a real-life faith that equips students with practical tools for ministry and life, as well as spiritual depth and maturity. Among the unique qualities of the curriculum is its Ministry Practicum which, in addition to regular classroom work, requires students to serve 30 hours per semester working in various areas of the ministry to receive on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring. Gabe Poirot of Harrisonburg, Va., had this to say after finishing his first year at KCBC: “Ever since I was a sophomore in high school I had a strong sense that I wanted to attend a college that would prepare me for life in the ministry. As I researched different colleges across the country, I came to the realization that almost all of them did not have the flow of faith that I so deeply desired. When I heard of KCBC, I knew that this school was exactly what I needed…. This school has been everything I could hope or dream of and way more.” Catherine Wilson of Chicago is one such student who has already benefited from Ministry Practicum. Having attended KCM’s Southwest Believers’ Convention twice before, she returned to the meeting in 2019 not just as an attendee, but as a KCBC student who, as part of her curriculum, worked as part of the convention staff. “It was an amazing opportunity,” Catherine said of her experience. “2017 was my first SWBC…. At that time I had not been accepted into KCBC. I attended alone and never thought I would go back, let alone be living in Texas and serving. Thank you for all that you have done and for giving me an amazing opportunity.” Now in her second year at KCBC, Mikaela White of Montana writes, in part: “With $200 attached to my name and a home-school diploma that did not meet their requirements, I saw no way that it was possible for me to get to Texas, let alone be accepted by a college…. I chose to believe, because where God guides, He provides…. After I received my acceptance letter, within an hour and a half I got a phone call with a job and housing lined up before I had ever even set foot in Texas or seen the school…. Before I even met these folks in person I knew, with every part of my being that this is it, this is where I'm supposed to be.” V ---------------------------------------------- Watch videos: Hear other student testimonies and learn more about KCBC at ----------------------------------------------- 2 : BVOV

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