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Behind the Scenes at NBC

Looking back to the beginning of 2022, Nazarene Bible College has been present and participating at special events like the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) Conference, Synergize 2022 Evangelism Conference, USA Canada Evangelism and Church Planting Task Force, District Ministerial Assessment Weekends, local church visits, local church revivals, and District Assemblies across the nation.

Other behind the scenes happenings are communication with NBC’s Presidential Partners, Strategic Planning, and a stronger NBC presence on social media platforms.

There were 1,023 people in class last year, and the average age of an NBC student in years is 41.5.

Video lectures, as well as audio lectures, have been added to the Bible courses.

The first ever NBC Presidential Partner Banquet is scheduled for May 27, 2022, the night before the NBC Commencement.

The NBC Board of Trustees are meeting this month.

NBC continues to serve 75 of the 78 Church of the Nazarene Districts in the USA/Canada Region!

NBC is currently serving three of the four USA territories of The Salvation Army.

NBC students represent 21 denominations from 48 States.

90% of all NBC students receive financial aid.

NBC’s Hispanic Pastoral Ministries Degree Program (HPM) in Spanish has had more than 250 Hispanics taking classes in the ten years of the program’s existence. NBC offers an average of 30 courses from the 45-course program each year. The HPM students live and serve in 22 different States all across North America.

NBC is planning their second in-person Commencement in Lenexa, Kansas on May 28, 2022. There will be 52 graduates. To celebrate with these graduates via livestream connect to https://vimeo.com/688586944 at 3:00pm Central Time. The NBC Commencement speaker this year is our own, Dr. Terry Lambright, NBC Director of Christian Counseling and Counseling for Christian Ministries Programs.

Filed Under: Communicator Published: 04/13/2022

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