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School of Theology
Theology is the study of the one true God, the discipline that seeks from the Holy Scriptures knowledge of God’s being and all God’s works. Founded on biblical truth, theology brings into harmony with God’s word other disciplines like philosophy, history, and science. Its primary goal is the development and advancement of understanding through biblically sound doctrine. Theology produces understanding and spiritual maturity, resulting in a strong foundation for all ministries.
School of Christian Education
The primary mission of the Christian Education Department of Texas Bible College is to prepare competent and qualified Christian teachers and leaders for ministry in the United States and abroad.
School of Music
The primary mission of the Christian Music Department of Texas Bible College is to prepare competent and qualified teachers, musicians, worship leaders, and directors of music for Christian music ministry.
School of Missions
Christian missions focuses on a rapidly changing world with a changeless Christ. The untouched masses of Asia, Africa, and Latin America, as well as the nominal Christians in Europe and North America, demand new and vigorous action- far beyond past efforts- to reach and disciple lost individuals to Christ.
InformationNOW is an exciting online resource that allows greater communication and accountability between Texas Bible College and the enrolled students. Through this program, students, parents and pastors can log on to Edline and view both academic and attendance records throughout the semester. These files are updated regularly by the instructors. Each student is issued a login name and password their first semester to access this valuable system.
The cafeteria is located in the center of the campus. A salad bar is offered in addition to the hot lunches that are served here on a daily basis during the school year. The cafeteria is also open on a limited basis during school breaks and holidays.
For on-campus students, the cost is included in the room and board fee. Off-campus students and visitors are welcome to dine in the cafeteria for a small charge.
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The Student Senate is comprised of the elected officers of each class. Under the leadership of the faculty advisor and the student body president, this group serves as a vital link in student life. Ethics and principles of true leadership are fostered in the members of this body of student leaders.
The Journalism Club annually compiles the yearbook of Texas Bible College. Under the guidance of a faculty advisor, this club is responsible for the planning, promotion, and publication of the TBC Pioneer each year.
The Wives’ Club, open to wives of students, staff and faculty, affords an enjoyable time of fellowship for the married ladies. It also provides a means through which wives may work together on improvement projects of their own choosing. Many worthwhile contributions now stand as memorials to these faithful and dedicated ladies.
The Missions Club was formed for those students interested in missions work. It is a means for obtaining a greater understanding of various cultures and the challenges of reaching different peoples around the world with the gospel message.
Texas Ministerial Association
The Texas Ministerial Association is open to students who feel their call to a pulpit ministry. Its purpose is to provide guidance and direction for those who are answering God’s call. Churches throughout the Texas District give members of the TMA many preaching opportunities throughout the school year.
Performing Arts Club
The Performing Arts Club is in place for students interested in the various aspects of dramatic and musical performance. Its purpose is to provide experience in organizing, producing, and performing a miniature or full-scale drama. In addition, interpretative signing and use of various dramatic techniques are taught and explored.
The student finds the campus a beehive of social activity. Moreover, he finds an inner development through the close relationships nurtured in the wholesome atmosphere of Christian fellowship.
School functions such as banquets, outings, picnics, and similar socials offer more than the good time they afford. The student also develops poise and confidence in social situations. Ping-pong, foosball, basketball, softball, football, and volleyball are available on campus.
The Student Center is open daily for the students to relax, study, enjoy fellowship with friends, play games, and purchase drinks and snacks from the vending machines.