Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary Prepares for In-person and On-campus Ministry
For Release 11AM Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary plans to conduct classes in-person and on-campus for the fall of 2020. Faculty and staff look forward to welcoming a growing student body back to campus as they are established in the eternal and inerrant word of God for a life of faith in Jesus Christ and faithful service in His kingdom.
The past several months have been challenging for higher education, and President Wade Mobley expressed thanks to God for His provision, along with students, faculty, and staff who worked hard to finish a challenging year with diligence. “Our students faced adversity with grace, and despite the barriers of taking an in-person program online, grew in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
The returning Bible College class is larger than anticipated, with many expressing a renewed appreciation for the campus life and discipleship learning experience offered at FLBC. These students will join a growing number of first year students for what appears to be the largest student body of the recent past.
Plans will be in place to address potential interruption in instruction or campus life, but all indications point to a substantially normal fall semester. FLBCS covets the prayer and support of alumni, friends, and supporting congregations. For more information, please contact Executive Assistant Sherry Mork at email@example.com or (763) 544-9501.
Founded in 1964 by the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations (www.aflc.org), the Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary (www.FLBC.edu) includes a two-year post-secondary program (FLBC) and a four-year Masters of Divinity-level pastoral training program Level (FLS). The Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary gained accreditation from the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS, www.tracs.org) in 2018.