River Regions Theological College fall registration

From staff and wire reports
September 08, 2014 at 6:00 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

NEW SARPY – Registration for River Regions Theological College for the 2014-15 school year begins Monday, Sept. 8 and will be ongoing until Friday, Sept.12 from 6 to 7 p.m. each night.

Classes at the college begin on Monday, Sept. 15 and Friday, Sept. 19 and run from 6 to 9 p.m. each night.

Beginners classes offered this semester include Gospel Truths, The Gifts of The Spirit, The Book of Acts, Biblical Training, Christian Living and Ministry Training.

Advanced classes offered this semester include Doctoral Truths, Old Testament, The Tabernacle, Prophecya and Systematic Theology.

River Regions Theological College emphasizes Christian life and family values, integrity for the sacred offices of ministry, unconditional acceptance of those we serve, respect for the dignity of each person and their culture diversity of the community and reverence for God and His divine word.

River Regions Theological College’s mission is to unite the body of Christ through discipleship and accountability. The college’s goal is to promote leadership with excellence and to scripturally educate without delay the principles of God’s Word and further engage to help ministers discover their purpose in the plan of God. The college is also committed to love and support as we raise standards of fellowship and unity in faith and the gospel of the grace of The Lord Jesus Christ.

All classes will be held in the Multi-Purpose Building Facility of St. Matthew Baptist Church located at 604 E.S. Johnson St. in New Sarpy.

For more information contact Dr. Albert Bailey, president, at (504) 812-4725, Dr. Otis Kenner II, vice-president, at (504) 270-3999 or Dr. Curtis Stacey, dean, at (985) 764-1424.

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