B.H. Carroll Theological Institute
FBC is a “Teaching Church” A Teaching Church is a fellowship of believers that adopts an intentional strategy to be a learning organization. A central aspect of this commitment will be a ministry partnership with B.H. Carroll Theological Institute to provide formal theological education and informal training for Christian leaders. Teaching will be conducted face-to face by mentor-teachers living in the area of the Teaching Church, and by interactive connection with other teachers in the Institute network. Mentor-teachers at the Teaching Church will be academically qualified in their disciplines to teach at their respective levels; they will be elected as Resident Fellows of the Institute. Preferably, the pastor of the church and/or other staff members will be Resident Fellows.
FALL (ALPHA) TERM 2017:
Masters - ‘The Gospel of Mark’ taught by Dr. Matt Baird. Starts Thurs. Aug. 3, 6pm-8:30pm
Diploma - ‘How To Interpret The Bible’ taught by Dr. John Copeland. Starts Tues., Aug. 8, 6pm-8:30pm.
All classes are taught in Room E-102.
For more information or to register, please go to www.bhcarroll.edu, or call Dr. Copeland, 432.269.0151.
All classes held on Tuesday nights 6:00 - 9:00 pm at First Baptist Church, 2104 West Louisiana, unless otherwise scheduled in the syllabus. Please contact Dr. Copeland, 432.269.0151 or for the latest information for times and exact room locations.