Tennessee Bible College President, David Hill, writes to share College news and information on this week’s Renew 2021 event.
Tennessee Bible College’s friends are gathering for dinner — and a good cause. The annual Friends of Tennessee Bible College Benefit Dinner will be held Feb. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Leslie Town Centre.
Troubling times over the past year have set the stage for a lecture series that will focus on comfort.
Tennessee Bible College’s annual Spiritual Renewal Lectureship is scheduled for Feb. 27 and 28 at Northeast Church of Christ, 450 Grandview Dr. The theme is “Let Not Your Heart be Troubled.”
What is America’s standard?
With rampant fraud and a media that cannot be trusted, is there a renewed energy among Americans to search for an objective moral standard?
Are you relying on the news or the Word of God today?
Jesus spoke of a time when men would be in great “perplexity” with their “hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth” (Luke 21:25-26). The calamity of which He spoke was the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. by the Romans. This was a time of “great tribulation” the likes of which the world had never seen or ever would know (Matt. 24:21).
“I write thankful for the blessings of Almighty God who has blessed us with salvation from sin and all spiritual blessings in Christ Jesus and cared for us here at TBC for over 45 years.”
Meet Matthew Travis, one of TBC’s graduate students, who has recently accepted a Graduate Assistantship at Tennessee Bible College.
“I determined I would carry on and study for the Doctorate degree; I even promised God that I would do so, because I knew that would keep me going when I was met with the challenge of more advanced study and the writing of a dissertation.”
Tennessee Bible College is binding its history.
The first of three hardbound volumes of its Living Oracles newsletter, which it has produced for more than three decades, is now available through TBC Press.
Evangelism can be done all over the world – and close to home. For Tennessee Bible College online teaching assistant Tim McHenry, the latter has been the case for the past several months as he and the Willette church of Christ congregation he preaches for have been ministering to Macon County’s Hispanic population. Along the way, McHenry has been improving his Spanish-speaking skills and making life-changing connections.
If there is a picture in the Bible that captures the scene today, it is the image of a stormy sea. The winds of change are blowing in every direction. Governments are colliding like waves crashing against one another. The noise of unrest in our land is like the deafening roar of the ocean.
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