Steinbach Bible College

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Steinbach Bible College
Motto YOUR MISSION STARTS HERE!
Established 1936
Type Private
Religious affiliation Association for Biblical Higher Education
President Rob Reimer
Location 49°32′8.46″N 96°41′23.43″W / 49.5356833°N 96.6898417°W / 49.5356833; -96.6898417Coordinates: 49°32′8.46″N 96°41′23.43″W / 49.5356833°N 96.6898417°W / 49.5356833; -96.6898417
Campus Urban
Sports team SBC Flames
Affiliations Christian Anabaptist
Website sbcollege.ca

Steinbach Bible College is an evangelical Anabaptist college equipping servant leaders to follow Jesus, serve the Church and engage the world. Located in Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada, the college opened in 1936 as a training school for Mennonite Brethren and Evangelical Mennonite Brethren churches of Canada.

Affiliation[edit]

Steinbach Bible College holds accreditation from the Association for Biblical Higher Education. Its current enrollment is around 120 students. SBC shares a campus with Steinbach Christian High School. Steinbach Bible College is a denominational college owned and supported by three conferences of churches. These conferences are the Evangelical Mennonite Conference, the Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference and the Chortitzer Mennonite Conference.

Programs[edit]

Four Year Bachelor of Arts Degree in Ministry Leadership with the following Focus Areas:

  • Bible/Theology
  • Missions
  • Counselling Ministry
  • Pastoral
  • Youth
  • Worship
  • Children's Ministry

Three Year Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Studies with the following Focus Areas:

  • Bible/Theology
  • Missions
  • Counselling Ministry
  • Pastoral
  • Youth
  • Worship
  • Children's Ministry

Two Year Diploma of Biblical Studies

One Year Certificate of Biblical Studies

One Year Online Certificate of Ministry Studies

Partnership Programs

  • Bachelor of Social Work (in cooperation with Booth University College)
  • TESOL Certificate (in cooperation with Providence University College)
  • Pre-Education (in cooperation with Canadian Mennonite University)



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