|University Motto||Life change U|
|Year of establishment||1950|
|Address||628 E Kearney St, Springfield, MO 65803, Estados Unidos|
Baptist Bible College
Baptist Bible College (Missouri) is a conservative Bible college affiliated and owned by the Baptist Bible Fellowship International, founded in 1950 and located in Springfield, Missouri. The college offers professional certificates, associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees related primarily to ministerial and educational areas of study.
Baptist Bible College has its origins in a May 1950 meeting of Baptist ministers at the Texas Hotel in Fort Worth. In the summer of 1950 land was bought at the intersection of Summit Avenue and Kearney Street in Springfield, Missouri.
This former 5-acre (2.02 ha) city park was turned into dormitories, which opened on September 5, 1950. From the founding until 1975, George Beauchamp Vick, pastor of the Temple Baptist Church of Detroit, Michigan (currently NorthRidge Church), was the president of the college.
Baptist Bible College is an institution of biblical higher education that exists to provide a Christ-centered curriculum that fosters a biblical worldview, empowering students to engage and impact their global society.
The faculty seeks to prepare students for life-long learning to serve Christ in ministry and marketplace professions. While faculty members have unique gifts, experiences, and academic credentials, they collectively engage students through a biblically-based philosophy of education that leads students to glorify and serve the Creator God.
The Baptist Bible College is a Private university located in Springfield.
The Baptist Bible College was founded in 1950.
The current president of Baptist Bible College is Mark Milioni.
According to verified online sources, the Baptist Bible College enrolls a total of 462 students.
According to the main website, the Baptist Bible College has a total student population of 462 graduate students.