Letter from the Administrator
As Grace Baptist Bible College begins its eights year, we can look back over our history and say, “To God be the glory, great things He hath done”. We have seen God do many amazing things to bring this institution into existence and to sustain it over these past four years. GBBC began as an endeavor of faith and it has continued to operate on that principle since its inception. We truly believe that for any ministry to succeed with God’s blessing, it must operate by faith and be cloaked in prayer.
GBBC still seeks to be true to our Mission Statement: The purpose of Grace Baptist Bible College is the preparation of individuals for servant leadership in pastoral, missions, and church-related ministries through a program of biblical, theological, ministry, and general education studies integrated with an extensive mentoring program. Over the last two years, we have added a one-year Certificate of Biblical Studies and a two-year Associate of Biblical Studies. Also, a fourth ministry track, Youth Pastor, has been added to the Bachelor of Biblical Studies which already included pastoral, missions, and church ministry tracks. All of the curricula are very focused in Bible study and ministry preparation. The goal is to adequately prepare our graduates both in academics and practical training to effectively serve the Lord wherever He calls them around the world.
A key component in the founding of Grace was to establish a school that students who are preparing for ministry could afford to attend without accumulating debt that would prolong their entrance into ministry. We have remained faithful to that commitment by keeping our total costs among the lowest in the nation, without sacrificing the quality of our education.
I encourage anyone that is interested in serious Bible study and ministry preparation to take a good look at Grace Baptist Bible College. Our board, administration, faculty and staff are committed to providing a quality education in order that we might Impact the world, One student at a time.
Your Fellow Servant,
Steven C. Pittman
Jude 24, 25