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  • Teamology Preview | VCBCS

    Teamology Course D etails ​ Course #: SPT 352 Course Credits: 3 Instructor: Dr. Ron King Course Description Teamology is all about the study of building high performance and effective teams. This workshop is a practical approach to improving team communication, developing stronger relationships and creating a healthier organization.

  • CONTACT US | VCBCS

    Thank you for your interest in Vision Christian Bible College & Seminary! Please complete the form below, and we will connect with you to help you discover all your possibilities at VCBCS.

  • Foundations of Prayer Preview | VCBCS

    Foundations of Prayer Course D etails ​ Course #: PTH-101 Course Credits: 3 Instructor: Dr. Jim Tegelhutter Course Description ​ This course examines the fundamentals of prayer, both its biblical foundations and its consistent practice in the life of a believer.

  • Tuition & Fees | VCBCS

    Financial Information for Distant Learning Program If you are wanting to attend a Local Campus: Check with local campus for information and pricing. Undergraduate Tuition $125 Per Credit Hour Graduate Tuition Masters Program $190 Per Credit Hour Doctorate Program $220 Per Credit Hour Application Fee Undergraduate $50 Graduate $100 Graduation Fee Undergraduate $150 Graduate $300 10% Discount is available for active military & veterans, police, firefighters and EMS *Textbook costs not included

  • Life Experience Credit | VCBCS

    Life Experience Credit Students can submit their application to the Administrative Office through completing the online application, which will require uploading supporting documentation. For students who wish to apply through the mail, please contact admin@vcbcs.org for further information. Life Experience Credit is granted by the Academic Board of VCBCS with a maximum of 60 hours for lifetime credit for an undergraduate program and 9 hours for a graduate program. Apply Now! PROCEDURES Submit a Life Experience Credit Application with all supporting documents. Pay the Life Experience Credit Evaluation fee of $150. Application is reviewed by the Executive Board who may request additional information or documentation. The Board may require an interview with the applicant, conducted through phone or video conference. ELIGIBILITY Applicant must be at least 28 years of age. Applicant has at least 5 years of demonstrated skills and experience beneficial to their field of study. Applicant must provide a Life Experience Portfolio. Applicant provides 3 letters of reference. Applicant has never received equivalent credit for Life Experience in any other degree program. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS Prior to submitting your application, the following supporting documents will be needed to support your applications. We suggest gathering the following in preparation to attach them to your application: Copies of Transcripts Copies of Certificates & Awards achieved. 3 Letters of Reference Brief Academic Resume Brief Personal Resume (including employment history) Any other documents which support the areas you wish to be evaluated by the Board.

  • Kingdom I Preview | VCBCS

    Kingdom I Course D etails ​ Course #: SYS 105 Course Credits: 3 Instructor: Dr. Chris Romano Course Description ​ Kingdom I is designed to equip and educate every student with the understanding that the unifying and central theme of the Bible is the Kingdom of God. Beyond formulating a right doctrinal position on the subject, students will be encouraged to encounter the power of the Kingdom for everyday living. The Kingdom of God, therefore, is not merely a systematic branch of study, but a realm and rule in which every Christian is privileged to experience and expected to serve.

  • Our Beliefs | VCBCS

    That there is only one God, who has revealed Himself in three persons: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In the absolute Lordship and deity of Christ including His preexistence, His virgin birth, His sinless life, His atoning death, His bodily resurrection, and His eventual return to the earth in glory and power to establish His eternal kingdom. In the inerrancy, authority, reliability, and divine inspiration of the Holy Bible. That nothing can replace the importance of the local church in the program of God. Each local church should be under the authority of the Word, the oversight of the Holy Spirit, and should determine its own character and role in obedience to the Word of God. That the great tasks of the Church are worldwide evangelism and equipping the saints. That entrance into the Church is through the “new birth” which is brought about by genuine repentance of sin and confession of faith in Christ as Lord and Savior. That membership in the Church is signified by baptism and the joyful participation in its worship, fellowship, sacraments, witness, and acceptance of its discipline. That the ministry of the Holy Spirit is an essential component of effective Christian life and witness. That the Church cannot fulfill its mission apart from the five ascension gift ministries that Christ has sent into the world: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. We accept that it is part of our task to recognize those people and to assist in equipping them to fulfill their ministry. That Christ purchased bodily healing for every believer at Calvary and this healing should be appropriated by faith. In the reality of Satan and of the kingdom of darkness over which he reigns and of the absolute triumphs of Christ over the devil and all his works. In the death, resurrection, and ascension of Christ as witnessed by the scriptures. That victorious Christian life is built upon a proper understanding of the Bible and upon the exercise of the spiritual authority imputed to the believer by that gift of righteousness. In the resurrection of the dead at Christ's return, in the certainty of God's judgment, and in the inescapable result of the judgment foretold in the scriptures for both the just and the unjust.

  • Work Is Worship Preview | VCBCS

    Work Is Worship Course D etails ​ Course #:PTH 203 Course Credits: 3 Instructor: Dr. H.G. Strickland Course Description ​ This course is an in-depth examination of the purposes of God as walked out in the daily lives of mankind. Examine the role work plays in the life of the disciple. Learn how to add your spiritual gifts to your resume, understand how to fulfill your purpose in God while working a full-time job or pursuing a career and discover the vital role of the church in preparing the saints for purpose in life. No matter your profession, position or past performance…you can realize the real-world integration of your spiritual life and your work in one borderless life.

  • Essential Doctrines Preview | VCBCS

    Essential Doctrines Course D etails ​ Course #: THE 101 Course Credits: 3 Instructor: Dr. Chris Romano Course Description ​ This course examines the core doctrinal beliefs of the Christian faith. It is designed to give students a systematic overview of the essential doctrines necessary for believers to believe and adhere to.

  • Copy of Ministry | VCBCS

    Degrees Offered Bachelors in Ministry (120 credits) Masters in Ministry (36 credits) PhD in Ministry (42 credits) Doctorate in Ministry (42 credits)* Apply Now! * The prerequisite for acceptance into the Doctor in Ministry program is an earned Master's of Divinity or Double Masters in related fields. Ministry Our Department of Ministry has many cutting-edge ministry training programs and fields of study to help equip followers of Jesus Christ for the work of the ministry. Thus, “Training Real People for Real Purpose” is not just our motto but also our purpose. Whether you are called to a pulpit or a profession, a congregation, or a career – Vision Christian Bible College & Seminary is here to equip you to make a difference. Most of us think of ministry as the work done by pastors, missionaries, Christian conference speakers, or evangelists. We rarely think of work done by bankers, lawyers, engineers, or homemakers, etc. as the work of the ministry. We believe all arenas of work are to be viewed as our act of worship to the Lord and our mission field. ​ Whether you are called as an apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, teacher, janitor, factory worker, engineer, worship leader, etc., our programs of study are all centered around advancing God’s Kingdom in your environment. Operating from a Kingdom perspective means studies are not only focused on the various ministries that labor in the church but also in the marketplace, the community, the prison environment, and in missions. We are prepared to equip you to be culturally relevant without becoming culturally compromised and to influence the world for the Kingdom of God. Meet The Team Dr. Ron King Department Head Dr. H.G. Strickland Department Head Dr. Jim Teglehutter Professor

  • People | VCBCS

    PEOPLE People-1_edited-1 purpose-face copy People-3_edited-1 People-1_edited-1 1/3 For I know the plans I have for you," says the Lord. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. Jer 29:11

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