Can you count the number of authors you agree with on every point of doctrine and practice? I can: zero. (Okay, put me down for One if we’re counting the Bible (or somewhere in the neighborhood of 40 if you want to count the inspired writers)—but I’m keeping this...
I’ll never forget back in seminary overhearing a fellow student say, “Wow, he’s not a pastor for a reason.” It took me second to figure out what he meant. But after listening to the same dry, monotone, impractical and irrelevant lecture read off the pages of 20 year old...
If you've read our blog consistently or if you're familiar with the vision of our school, you already know that we're pretty passionate about the student debt issue. It's killing missionary passion before they can even get to the field, it's shackling our future Christian leaders, and it's generally...
From Broken to Beautiful Recently, my daughter and I have started taking on little projects, finding discarded items and re-working them into Christmas decor. These types of projects have become more and more popular over the last few years, with people trying to...
As many of you know, Eternity Bible College is not your typical college. One of the most unique things about the school is that we are committed to graduating students debt free. A recent article reports that “since President Barack Obama took office in 2009, the amount of outstanding federal...
Last week, Eternity Bible College hosted its annual Winterim course, which always features distinguished guest professors teaching on a issue that is pertinent to the life and health of the church. This year, we were honored to have Dr. Joel Willitts from Northpark University teaching on the Kingdom of...
In my last post, I introduced you to a vital ministry brewing here in Zambia: African Christian University (ACU). I also made the bold claim that this school has the potential to put a real dent in the spiritual and material poverty in Africa. It may seem absurd that one...
A recent editorial piece in Christianity Today written by Mark Galli titled “Higher Ed at a Crossroad” caught our collective attention at Eternity Bible College. The article presents the case of a particular seminary to exemplify ways Christian Colleges may provide a high quality, low cost education with an...
There has been much attention recently given to the looming student debt crisis. Stories about coping with debt and the soaring cost of college are all too common. Some are even suggesting that this could be a pivotal issue in the upcoming elections. There are those suggesting that this...
Eternity Bible College exists for several reasons; one of them is to provide a quality, life-transforming education at a price that students are able to afford so they can graduate debt-free.  We are committed to this because we believe student debt is deadly.  How many dreams of serving God...
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