Nipawin Bible College

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Coordinates: 53°20′3.97″N 104°1′50.17″W / 53.3344361°N 104.0306028°W / 53.3344361; -104.0306028

Nipawin Bible College
NBC Logo (Trademark of Nipawin Bible College)
Former names
Two Rivers Bible Institute (1934-1957)
Nipawin Bible Institute (1957-2007)
Type Private
Established 1934
Affiliation Christian
President Wes Dobson
Academic staff
7
Administrative staff
10
Students 50
Location Canada Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada
Campus Rural
110 acres (45 ha)
Colours      Blue
     Gold
Nickname NBC
Affiliations Canadian Council of Christian Charities
EFC
Prairie Athletic Conference
Website www.nipawin.org
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Nipawin Bible College is an evangelical interdenominational training school on a 110 acres (45 ha) site just south of Nipawin, Saskatchewan. The College is affiliated with the Canadian Council of Christian Charities, Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) and the Prairie Athletic Conference. Dr. Wes Dobson is the President and an instructor at the College.[1]

History[edit]

Nipawin Bible College, incorporated as Two Rivers Bible Institute (TRBI), was founded in 1934 at the height of the Great Depression. Its first campus was located at the fork where the Leather River joins with the Carrot River.[2] In 1957, after several years of damaging floods, the school relocated to its present campus 1-mile (1.6 km) south of Nipawin, Saskatchewan.[1]

Programs[edit]

NBC offers programs from 1–4 years. Available programs are Foundations For Life, Christian Ministry Diploma, Bachelor of Christian Ministry, Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, and Certificate of Selected Studies.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Nipawin Bible College". 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-11. 
  2. ^ Maier, Clifford F. and Eleanor M. (1994). A Journey of Faith: the NBI Story. Clifford F. and Eleanor M. Maier. 

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