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Issue 11: July 2020

BIBLE COLLEGE:
A “HIDDEN GEM”

When it comes to choosing a college, there are plenty of options: state schools, community colleges, technical institutes, private universities, and more. However, one type of college will consistently provides more mileage for the money: Bible colleges. These “hidden gems” exist across the country and provide rich opportunities for you!

On the campus of many Bible colleges, you will find a strong, supportive, and compassionate community unlike anywhere else. This is because a community like Central Christian College of the Bible is made up of people who are the Church, the hands and feet of Jesus. They are seeking to share the teachings of Christ and send out more workers into God’s harvest field. It is a community where you can ask questions, wrestle with ideas, and practice using the gifts God has given you without the judgment or hatred so commonly found in today’s world.

In addition to the Christian community, Bible colleges offer something else that many others don’t: a solid spiritual foundation. This Christian worldview will prepare you for all of the storms and fiery attacks of the Enemy that will inevitably come into your life. By attending Bible college, you prepare both for the work of your designated major and the work of the Kingdom through Bible classes, chapel, service learning, small groups, worship services, internships, missions trips, and more!

In my opinion, Bible colleges are often the Church at its best — teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training up men and women to be equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

If you’re looking for a place to earn an affordable degree, develop your character, and grow into the person that God has gifted you to be, you ought to look at Central. Visit campus, talk to us at camp, or check out our website at www.CCCB.edu. Let us help you see what Bible college can mean for you.

  • Ratliff, Jeremiah
    Ratliff, Jeremiah Director of Admissions

As the new Director of Admissions for Central Christian College of the Bible, I am looking forward to bringing more workers into God’s harvest fields. Students and parents can contact me by email (jeremiahratliff@cccb.edu) or phone (618-731-8817).

Originally from Red Bud, Illinois, Jeremiah attended Lincoln Christian University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spiritual Formation and Ministry. He has been married to his lovely wife, Caitlin, for 4 years. He enjoys reading fantasy/fiction, cooking, playing board games, and podcasting about bad movies on his podcast “The B Movie Podcast.”

Jeremiah has had a beard since he was 14 years old and is planning on growing out his beard until it can be wrapped around his neck like a scarf. He serves as a board member of Hope for the First Nations, a ministry to Native Americans in Minnesota.

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