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Academic Calendar


  • August 24, Saturday
    WOW (Wonderful Outrageous Welcome)
    New Student Orientation for All Students and Faculty (Required)
  • August 26, Monday
    Fall Semester Classes Begin
  • September 2, Monday
    Labor Day – No Classes
  • October 7-12 
    Dare2Share Live Events on Campus Week
  • November 25 - 29
    Thanksgiving Break (No Classes)
  • December 16 - 20, Monday-Friday
    Final Examinations


  • January 13, Monday
    New Student Orientation 8:30 - noon
  • January 14, Tuesday
    Classes begin
  • January 20, Monday
    Martin Luther King Holiday - No Classes
  • February 10 - 12, Monday-Wednesday
    Ministry Outreach Week
  • February 17
    Presidents Day (Optional Classes)
  • February 28, Friday
    College for a Day
  • March 23 - 27, Monday-Friday
    Spring Break – No Classes
  • May 4 - 8
    Final Examinations
  • May 16



Courses Being Offered for Fall 2019 Semester

Course Number Available Course Name Course Description Course Hours
BIB 205 On Line
1 and 2 Corinthians
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of 1 and 2 Corinthians, exploring the themes of unity and holiness as well as freedom and responsibility. (Required for Graduation)

BIB 101 On Line
Bible Study Methods
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This course introduces a systematic approach to interpreting the Bible, in which students observe, interpret, apply, and correlate Scripture within the framework of Christian theology and history. (Required for Graduation)

MIN 101 On Line
Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course examines the message and methods by which a person is led to Jesus Christ. It also examines what a disciple is and how a disciple is made. The course presents the motivation and command for making disciples, defines the gospel message, and emphasizes the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and discipleship. (Required for Graduation)

BIB 302 On Line Real Time
General Epistles
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of the General Epistles (Hebrews, 1-2 Peter, James, and Jude), with an emphasis on the preeminence of Christ, the importance of sound doctrine, and the holiness to which God calls believers. (Required for Graduation)

MIN 103 On Line
Introduction to Christian Ministry
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This course introduces the various vocational and avocational ministry opportunities within churches and parachurch organizations. Students will gain first-hand experience in a ministry of their choice. (Required for Graduation)

TEC 101 On Line Real Time
Introduction to Digital Technology
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This course surveys the field of technology and its integration in Christian ministry. The course covers both technical and practical topics, from the history and operation of computers and the Internet to community building and assessment.

BIB 301 On Campus
Prophetic Books
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology and application of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. It presents the prophets’ calls for covenant faithfulness and their messianic hope. (Required for Graduation)

THE 103 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Spiritual Life
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This course examines the biblical principles (such as grace, Christian liberty, and humility) and practices (such as prayer, fasting, giving, participating in corporate worship, service, and Bible study) that guide the lives of maturing Christians. (Required for Graduation)

THE 101 On Campus
Survey of Christian Doctrine I
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This course surveys the biblical doctrines of the Bible, God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, angels, humanity, and sin. Within a Protestant, evangelical framework, the course emphasizes what has been believed by historical Christianity. (Required for Graduation)

THE 402 On Line
Systematic Theology II
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This course reviews and builds on Survey of Christian Doctrine to examine in depth orthodox Christian teaching on soteriology, sanctification, ecclesiology, and eschatology. Students analyze the interconnectedness of the doctrines, examine how belief affects practice, and develop a worldview based on sound doctrine. (Required for Graduation)


Speaking Schedule for Dr. Stan Ponz - President

If you would like to have Stan speak at your church or event please email us at TellMeMore@FloridaBibleCollege.com
Florida Bible College - Dr. Stan Ponz
No Speaking Events are scheduled at this time for Dr. Stan Ponz

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Programs of Study


Biblical Studies
  • Evangelism and Discipleship
  • Survey of Christian Doctrine
  • Spiritual Life Formation
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Romans and Galatians
  • Survey of Church History
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Biblical Studies
  • Christian Worldview & Apologetics
  • Bible Study Methods
  • New Testament Survey
  • Intro to Communication
  • Marriage and Family in Ministry
  • Introduction to Digital Technology
  • More...
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Biblical Studies
  • Synoptic Gospels
  • Prophetic Books
  • Systematic Theology
  • Poetic Books
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Internship
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Ministry Studies
  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Missions
  • Worship Ministry
  • Christian School Education
  • Children's Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Adult Ministry
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