The cost is $120 ($60 deposit is non-refundable) and includes 2 night stay at Lake Placid Camp & Conference Center along with 6 meals. Anyone may take these classes, but those enrolled in the Course of Study will have priority. Nazarene Institute of Biblical Studies – January 21-23, 2016. Lake Placid Conference Center Classes begin with dinner at 6:30 P.M Thursday.
Becoming Holy People Church of the Nazarene identifies itself as a “holiness” denomination. This signifies two realities. First of all, our roots grow out of a tradition known as the “Holiness Movement” that arose in 19th-century America. Holiness is an integral part of our historical identity. Yet, this “holiness” historical context also necessarily implies a “holiness” theology that undergirds subsequent historical events
Shepherding the People of God, This module introduces the student to the important task of pastoral care and counseling in the context of the local church. Caring for people is a central part of the role of those who enter the ranks of ordained ministry. Jesus’ words to Peter, “Take care of my sheep” (Jn 21:16), apply to all who are called to shepherd or pastor.
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Those interested must register ASAP! The deadline for registration is January 10, 2016 with deposit of $60. Contact Pastor Gay Bosley at 601 466 5943 for more information.
There have been some inquiries into what NIBS mean? NIBS is an abbreviation for Nazarene Institute of Biblical Studies. The purpose of NIBS is to educate and train women and men as they prepare themselves to answer the call of God on their lives. The courses follow the Modular Course of study developed by the Church of the Nazarene and is taught on a rotating basis. Student will learn Spiritual Formation as well as theology, hermeneutic, exegesis, administration as they are exposed to the 25 module courses. The Course are currently held around the district in English, Spanish and Creole. We also provide an Intensive twice a year. An intensive is a condensed time frame of a Thursday, Friday and part of Saturday to present and teach one of the coursed.