One Year Christian Foundations Course
Not sure where life is leading you, but you want it to be in the Bible lane? Taking a One Year Christian Foundations Course at the Bible Institute could be the most significant year of your life. This one year course enables you to work through essential issues of your faith, offering an evangelical biblical standpoint allowing you to think critically and engage meaningfully with the world around you.Here you'll find no ivory tower of theory or theology, just gritty, practical and challenging times of study, service, prayer and fellowship.
To find out more call us for coffee and a college tour on 021 7884116
What will I study in the Christian Foundations Course?
Introduction to the Old Testament
Introduction to the New Testament
Scripture & Hermeneutics
Ministry to Muslims. This is a 2-week Winter School intensive course
In addition to these subjects each student will also choose one subject from the following:
Biblical Basis of Missions
Child & Youth Ministry
Gospel of Mark
Each student will also choose one subject from the following:
Early & Medieval Church History
Old Testament Historical Books
What is BISA's goal for each student?
Who will my classmates be?
Thats not too easy to answer except to say that students from all walks of life and many nationalities are already at the Bible Institute. To see what they get up to go here >>Picture Gallery
What practical training will I be involved in?
As well as sharing in the first year LTh lectures, Christian Foundation students will be exposed to a variety of Christian Ministries that include Gospel and Mercy work with Living Hope (greater FishHoek area), Biblia Harbour Ministry (Kalk Bay), and Children's Ministry Tokai community Church (Westlake Village). The training offered and experience gained will be under the supervision of experienced Christian workers, called by the Lord into specific areas of service.
What else will I do on campus?
Lots! As a Christian Foundation student you will join the LTh students in BISA's Open Day, Gardening Days, the annual FunTrail Run, Missions Events & prayer times, Ministry Week and attendance at chapel services as well as being part of a weekly fellowship group. In order to experience Christian Community life and benefit from the multi-cultural ethos at the Bible Institute, residence on-campus, although not compulsory, is encouraged.
It promises to be a life-changing experience!
What is the BISA Motto?
The BISA motto is "To know Christ and to make Him known" For the meaning and significance of our LOGO go here >> BISA LOGO
What is our doctrinal position?
To read what we stand for at the Bible Institute go here >> BISA Doctrinal Statement
What are the Fees?
To find fees for tuition and residence go here >> BISA Fees
How do I apply?
For all your application details go here >>Application process
The Bible Institute is small enough to operate as a family (OK, a large family) but big enough to give you exposure to many cultures and nationalities on campus.
We wish you well in your application - we've been praying for you already.