Association of Free Lutheran Congregations (AFLC) is formed
AFLC founds Free Lutheran Seminary out of a desire to train and equip their own pastors.
Free Lutheran Bible College is added as a 2-year program to establish young people in the Word of God.
Trigve Dahl Hall is built to house the growing student body and expand offices for staff.
A second dorm is built to accommodate continued growth.
FLBCS grows beyond the capacity of its facilities and builds Heritage Hall, which houses classrooms, offices, dining hall, and music department.
FLBCS becomes a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS)
FLBCS temporarily goes online in order to continue offering classes throughout the COVID pandemic.
FLBCS reaffirmed the value of in-person Bible education and welcomes students back to campus.
A Student Life Center is built, opening up the ministry of the school to greater support athletic programs, student fellowship, ministry events, and further learning opportunities.