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PBC Lecturer, David Shaw, at Red Door Community Church (early Feb)

“Think” is the apologetics ministry of The Red Door Community Church. Their lectures provide a place for people to share, question and discover a rational defence of our faith in Jesus Christ. We do this with gentleness and respect . . . [The] next Think Lecture will be on Thursday the 2nd of February 2017. Presented by David Shaw of Perth Bible College, on the subject of the Historicity of the Resurrection. David is currently pursuing a PhD in the NT on Christian Identity and Mission in 1 Peter. Cafe opens at 6.30 for a 7pm start. For more information contact: LUKE BATES – luke@thereddoor.cc FB – www.facebook.com/thinkapologetics

Stepping Up – October 2016 Edition

The latest version of our Stepping Up Newsletter is now available, chock full of information about what’s happening at PBC. Find out about the college’s exciting new International Mission Teams programme, college Principal David Smith’s new doctorate, and Church History lecturer Peter Elliott’s academic excursion to the UK. Also in this edition: studying to be a chaplain through PBC, another student profile, and “Where are they now?”!

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Open Day: Saturday, 22nd October, 2016 2-4pm

 

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Join us for Perth Bible College’s annual Open Day: Saturday, 22nd October, 2016 from 2-4pm.

Meet lecturers and current students.

Also share afternoon tea, and a special lecture on “The Importance of Inter-denominational ministry” @3pm

Contact, PBC at +61 (08) 9243 2000, or email gillian@pbc.wa.edu.au

Open Day Prize: Register your interest and attend the forum to be eligible for $1000 off first semester enrolment costs as a new student.*

 

What is Ecclesiastes all about?

The team at The Bible Project are churning out some great work!

Advice for Bible College Students

If you are thinking about, or are already attending a Bible college, this post by Kevin DeYoung hits the spot. Here’s a small teaser:

1. Get involved in the local church. Star this one. Underline it. Put it in italics and don’t forget. The seminary exists to serve the church. You are in seminary, presumably, because you desire to be a servant in the church. So don’t neglect the very reason you are where you are. Find a good church. Get plugged in. Get mentored. Volunteer (and not just for teaching and preaching). If you go through seminary without pursuing deep relationships and practical ministry opportunities in the local church you are doing it wrong.

Read more here