Dear Faith Partners:
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary does not exist by itself. It exists because of a partnership among several groups of people.
• Students who come for Bible training
• Faculty members who invest their lives in the students
• Staff members who carry on the day-to-day operations at Faith
• Area churches where our students train for service
• Churches and individuals who support the school
We are grateful for your role as a partner in this important endeavor of training men and women for ministry. We consider you an essential element of this partnership.
Your generous gift at this time will strengthen our financial position and enable us to continue equipping people for ministry. Our motto, With the Word to the World, remains our guide, and you are providing the means to make that motto a reality.
We realize that giving to Faith can be a challenge in these uncertain times, but we can have the courage to cast our cares and needs on the Lord. Click here for different ways you can give to Faith.
We sincerely thank you for your partnership with Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary. May the Lord abundantly bless you.
Alumni WorkdaySaturday, July 23
Your opportunity to get your hands dirty and leave your mark on the Faith Campus.
Alumni and Friends DinnerFriday, August 5
This free dinner will be sponsored by our Faith partner GuidOne Insurance.
Big events planned for the 2016 Homecoming! Make plans now to return and be a part.
Faith Classic Golf TournamentFriday, September 16
Calling all golfers! Play a round of golf on a premier course and help raise money for Faith scholarships.
FaithFestSaturday, September 24
Bring your teens to this premier youth event. Lots of fun activities with an evangelistic emphasis.
We invite church work teams to help us renovate the former music building into our seminary building. Read More
Dr. Ken Rathbun, a Faith grad and veteran missionary educator, appointed vice president for academic services and dean of the college. Read More
Dr. Dean Taylor named the new professor of Pastoral Training succeeding the retiring Dr. Robert Domokos. Read More