NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
Conferences help teens serve, lead in ministry
The recent Growing Leaders Conference provided a time for refreshment, fellowship and growth, giving nearly 70 students and youth workers a special time of development at Baptist Bible College.
With the GLC event now complete, attention turns to the popular summer Teen Leadership Conference that annually draws nearly 1,000 students and youth leaders to campus for two, week-long sessions.
The theme of "Respect the Past, Create the Future" encouraged those taking part in the November conference to keep the future exciting as they love and learn from the past.
Students and youth ministry leaders immersed themselves in the Bible, worship, and prayer time. Main sessions, workshops, and special projects gave students information and encouragement to help them minister better in their churches and schools.
Friday night offered a time of fun, relaxation, and a chance to get a feel for student life on campus at the annual BBC Lip Sync.
View photos from the conference on BBC's Facebook page.
BBC has hosted the Growing Leaders Conference since 1998. It has become a way for faculty, staff, and students to get involved in the lives of future leaders.
Teen Leadership Conference: Run to the Battle
An opportunity for young leaders to gain ministry and leadership tools is BBC's annual Teen Leadership Conference to be held July 19-24 and July 26-31, 2010.
The theme of the upcoming conference is "Run to the Battle". Through workshops and worship sessions, this theme will be used to challenge teens to be bold for the cause of Christ.
Learn more at www.bbc.edu/tlc.
For more than 40 years, TLC has been a key building block for students and youth leaders to gain from instruction, guidance, fellowship, and fun.
Students who have attended TLC in the past have shared what the experience has meant for them online. To read stories or share your own, click here.
Watch a video here.
New, Lower Pricing for Dual Enrollment
We've lowered the prices for online dual-enrolled students. It now costs just $425 for each class, a savings of $340.
First time students' first class is just $299 after for a BBC scholarship. High school students can start taking College classes today, saving money and time through BBC's powerful dual enrollment program.
When students dual enroll, it lessens the course load when they arrive at college, giving them more time to focus on their other studies and making new friends.
Students can choose from undergraduate classes offered online beginning with the spring semester. The first sessions starts January 11.
Learn more here.
Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers 38 academic programs, from a one-year Bible Certificate to PhDs. Programs are available through the Clarks Summit campus and several distance learning options. To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.
Posted on: 11/18/2009 12:20:38 PM