by Randy Harp

The concept of “fellowship” comes from the New Testament. Koinonia is the word most often translated “fellowship” and has to do with commonality — things held in common such as purpose and goals. The root to koinonia is often translated as partner. When Paul thanked the Philippians in chapter one for their koinonia, he wasn’t thanking them for their good food and conversation, he was thanking them for their partnership in the work of the Gospel. [click to continue…]

by Randy Harp

I once saw a man on a bridge about to jump. I said, “Don’t do it!” He said, “Nobody loves me.” I said, “God loves you. Do you believe in God?”

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by Marty Hughes
Pastor, Grace Harbor Baptist Church, Grove, OK

When my mother walked across the platform at BBC to receive her diploma, I was already well on my way to making my grand entrance into the world. [click to continue…]

Assessing the Value of Education

by Doug Cox, BBFI third vice president

The fourth level language teacher at Yonsei University in Seoul surveyed her class of Western missionaries with disappointment. Their confidence was undaunted by a year of language study, but their competency fell far short of excellence. [click to continue…]

May 2016 BBFI National Meeting Report

by Randy Harp

Mark Batterson writes in his book All In, “If Jesus is not Lord of all then Jesus is not Lord at all.” “All In” was the theme for the 66th Annual Graduation Fellowship Week held on the campus of Baptist Bible College. [click to continue…]

by David Melton

Commencement at Boston Baptist College is impressive. For years we have held graduation events in historic Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston — the same building where the Sons of Liberty called for a new American nation. When our graduates walk across the stage to receive their degrees, they step where patriots, statesmen, presidents, and world-changers have stood. [click to continue…]

by Mark Milioni

I love Baptist Bible College. I am so thankful for the education I received here. I became the senior pastor of my home church, First Baptist Church of Albion, MI, only three months after my BBC graduation. I was only 25, but because of the education I received at BBC, I could stand and defend my faith, feed the sheep, and protect the flock. [click to continue…]