The next intake is 20 August 2018.
A long school course, fall or spring semester, gives an opportunity to get further and deeper in teachings as well as develop yourself as a person.
What do we do:
Teaching covers subjects like leadership, different books in the bible, the supernatural, bible study methods, old and new testament survey, key Christian beliefs and many more. The lecturers are both the school’s own staff and guest lecturers bringing in their experience from different fields. Some of the best teachers and leaders from all over the world, including Denmark, are brought in.
The bible college is international and therefore the teaching is mainly in English. The international aspect adds value to the fellowship and in the teaching. Students come from many different places all over the world, just as the teachers have international backgrounds.
Travels are included in every semester. The trips may vary from being study trips, like the trip to Israel; other trips include students in mission, either in third world countries or in Europe. We aim to get inspiration from other churches and how they do mission and we serve together with them.
Church involvement takes place outside classes in the local church, Kirkeibyen. Involvement in students’ own church may be arranged for the Sundays, if logistics allow. It is expected that students participate in a ministry/activity during the week and serve in one of the services on Sundays. We aim to see that students are inspired and learning from leaders in the church, building network and serve in each their capacity. In this way students have opportunities to put into practice what they have learned theoretically.
Mentoring is offered to help every student succeed in the personal development during the time at the school. Approximately an hour is set aside every other week where students meet with their mentor. The mentors are committed to helping students reach their goals and develop their potential. They will give tools to become the best version of what God has created you to be.
Community living makes us know each other well and creates opportunities to work on the more ‘imperfect’ sides of our character. It is also the opportunity to encourage each other and get the very best from each of us. And it is the source of lots of fun in the everyday life. For many a stay at the bible college creates life-long friendships.
Practical duties are part of everyday life. Therefore, every day, time is scheduled for practical work such as dish washing, cleaning, tidying up etc. In the same way, all students have various responsibilities during the events taking place at the college. Together we maintain a standard of excellence.
Church visits may take place several times a month where a smaller group of students together with a staff member will visit churches around in Denmark. It is a time to serve, maybe preach and minister, and to promote the school. Visits can take place both on Sundays or evenings during the week.
Boot camps will usually take place at the very beginning of the school year, in August/September. Students and staff go away for some days. Like the travels, it is a unique way of knowing each other better, knowing God better – and have a lot of fun in a different environment.
All the other stuff happening when you live together 24/7 cannot be described here. It must be experienced!
It covers super-nice food, spontaneous trips to the beach, family nights, hosting bigger events, good laughs, Godly revelations, miracles, and many more.