WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Master of Arts in Biblical Studies
Current DLP Student
Fort Collins, CO
"VCBCS has deepened my faith and ministry in a way that I didn’t know was possible. I have found this school and its teachers to be biblically sound and passionate about equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry. With the way they are flexible with work schedules, make the content easily accessible, and super affordable, I couldn’t think of a better program to be apart of. I am so grateful for the way they have helped me shape my faith and understanding of scripture. I won’t come out with just a degree, but a radically changed relationship with Jesus!”
"One of the biggest impacts my degree in counseling has had in my life is it has given me a greater appreciation of God and His Word and how it can be used in the area of counseling. I have realized my calling and serve God as I welcome what He has yet in store for me. I am presently writing my thesis with the plan of completing my Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Counseling this year."
Rose McFarland Nagel
BA in Biblical Studies
Florida and Georgia
"I was in my 60's when I felt that my ministry would be enhanced by the instruction I would gain by completing my college degree. The godly teaching and impartation has blessed me as I have continued in my ministry. I have just completed a book that will be published in the fall titled "The Lord and I".
Lawrence E. Kennedy, PhD
Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Christian Counseling
Church Pastor and Counselor
"I would recommend VCBCS to anyone wanting to pursue a solid, biblical based education. Although it took me 9 years, pursuing a Doctoral degree it would not have been possible in a typical college format, as I was working full time, married and had a family. Vision made this possible and I am forever thankful. I am in my 19th year of being a pastor and counselor at the same church. I can say with full confidence that my education through VCBCS has opened many doors and has also aided me greatly in helping people journey through life."
Candidate for PhD in Christian Counseling
Master of Arts in Professional Christian Counseling
East Brady, PA
James E “Johnny” Johnson
Johnson was the first black American to hold a California cabinet-level appointment. President Richard Nixon named Johnson assistant secretary of the Navy in 1971; at that time, the highest military post ever held by a black American. Johnson went on to become an adviser to President Gerald Ford, as well.