Every class at the Free Lutheran Bible College is devoted to the study of God’s Word and its application for life and faith in Jesus Christ. Students are not only earning a college degree, they are making an eternal investment. Whatever future career or vocation they pursue, they will be ready to face life’s most difficult questions and challenges head on.


Free Lutheran Bible College

33 Bible/Theology Credits in 2 Years

MN Christian Universities*

17 Bible/Theology Credits in 4 Years

*Based on the average required Bible/Theology credits at seven of the largest Minnesota Christian Universities. (2021-22)

FLBC students earn more Bible/Theology credits in 2 years, than most Christian Universities require in 4 years.


  • Learn how to understand and apply Scripture.
  • Trace God's story of salvation throughout the entire Bible.
  • Prepare to share and defend your faith.
  • Discover your biblical roles and responsibilities within a local congregation.
  • Formulate a biblical worldview that provides a foundation for the Christian life.
  • Understand historic Lutheran doctrine.

Learn how to understand and apply Scripture.

Trace God’s story of salvation throughout the entire Bible.

Prepare to share and defend your faith.


Discover the biblical roles and responsibilities in the congregation.


Formulate a biblical worldview that provides a foundation for the Christian life


 Understand historic Lutheran doctrine


Associate of Arts in Bible & Ministry

This two-year residential program provides the biblical foundation for students to pursue their calling. No matter where God leads, students will be prepared to think biblically and speak the Gospel to a searching world.

A. A. Info

Those who wish to pursue a two-year Certificate in Bible & Ministry may still do so. More info can be found by following the link above.

Bachelor of Arts in Bible & Ministry

B.A students take advantage of all that FLBC has to offer, as they prepare for life and service in His kingdom. Students may tailor their classes to target unique ministry emphases, which include youth ministry, cross-cultural ministry, and advanced theological studies.

B. A. Info



The curriculum at FLBC is designed to provide students with instruction in both Old and New Testament books, foundational Christian doctrines in Scripture, and practical training for their personal life and ministry.



General Education

Ministry Training



Andrew Hanson

Director of Music

Dr. Jerry Moan

New Testament; Director of Learning Resources

Dr. Wade Mobley

President, FLBCS

Dr. James Molstre

Chief Academic Officer

Rev. Steve Mundfrom

Systematic Theology; Church History

Dr. Brent Olson

Old Testament

Dr. Nathan Olson

New Testament; Systematic Theology

Adam Osier

Dean, FLBC

Credit Transfer

Credits earned at another institution may be accepted by Free Lutheran Bible College to satisfy general education and elective requirements. This is subject to review and approval by academic administration.

All required courses, with the exception of general education courses, must be taken at FLBC. A minimum of 25 percent of total credits must be completed at FLBC. Grades and grade point averages earned at other institutions do not transfer. Quarter-hour credits will normally be converted to semester hour credit.

Students who desire to transfer credits to FLBC must submit official transcripts of all previous undergraduate work as a part of the application process. Coursework with grades of C or higher will be considered for transfer. Credits from previously attended institutions that are not recognized by an accrediting body will be examined on a case-by-case basis by the academic team.

The Registrar’s Office provides services to students related to class schedules, transcripts, and more.

Contact the Registrar's Office

Academic Support

FLBC has opportunities for students to receive support in their academics. Our campus counselor is also an academic counselor and can help students stay organized and on track with their assignments.

Submit a request for more info by emailing


The Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary is a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) [15935 Forest Road, Forest, VA 24551; Telephone: 434.525.9539; e-mail:] having been awarded Reaffirmation Status as a Category III institution by the TRACS Accreditation Commission on April 24, 2023; this status is effective for a period of up to 5 years. TRACS is recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDOE), the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), and the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE).

Free Lutheran Bible College and Seminary is a member institution of The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) [5850 T G Lee Blvd, Suite 130, Orlando, FL 32822; Telephone: (407) 207-0808; email:].