TBC Student Spotlight: John B. Haule

TBC Student Spotlight: John B. Haule

Meet John B. Haule Degree Sought: Doctor of Theology Degree  John is a teacher working in Tanzania at the Andrew Connally School Of Preaching, an extension school of Bear Valley Bible Institute in Denver, CO. What led you to want to study with TBC?  Because I wanted...
To the End

To the End

I was looking at a display in a Civil War Museum when I noticed an old letter. A Confederate soldier wrote the letter to his wife in August 1864. He mentioned some interesting things about the war and the times, but what really impressed me was how he closed the...
The Work of Married Men in the Home

The Work of Married Men in the Home

It has been said by many over the years “Parenting is on-the-job training.”  I believe this is true to a great extent.  I also believe it is a true observation related to marriage and the family in general.  Married men do learn on the job if they apply themselves to...

To Young People Who Date

“You don’t trust me, do you?” Have you said this to your parents when they talked to you about dating? Why do you think they want to know where you are going and what you will be doing?  Why do you think they set curfews? Your parents have been there. They know what...

Special Forces Needed

Some of the greatest lessons and the most profound truths are found in the opening pages of the Bible. Consider the story of Cain and Abel. These two brothers were raised in the same home, but they were different. Abel tended sheep and Cain tilled the ground (Gen....