Bible college opens at Lebanon Baptist
North Carolina School of Theology in Wilmington, N.C., has opened an extension school at Lebanon Baptist Church in Saluda. There will be an open house on Saturday, August 3, from 10 a.m.-noon. Everyone is invited to attend. There will be information about the classes and an opportunity to meet the professors.
Classes will begin on September 14, 2013 at the Saluda Campus and end in May 2014. Classes are on Saturdays only and also will be available online as well.
North Carolina School of Theology is a reputable Bible teaching college, and its credits are transferable to most Christian colleges around the country. It is a member of the Southern Accreditation Association of Christian Schools, the American Accrediting Education Association, and the Association of Christian Colleges. It will offer various associate, bachelor’s, graduate master’s and doctorate degrees.
The cost is affordable and down payments with monthly payment plans are available. Associate degrees will cost $1,655, a bachelor’s degree will be $1,755, a master’s will be $2,355 and a doctorate will be $4,359. These costs include books, registration and all other fees.
Lebanon pastors Robert and Teresa R. Sutherlin said they are excited to have the extension school at their church. “In the past, individuals had to travel long distance to receive a degree in Christian education. Now everyone can study locally and end traveling long distances,” they said.
For more information, call 804-310-2096.