Boise Bible College is proud to announce the hire of a new Christian Psychology Program Department Head and Professor, Lisa Ruhl! Beginning Fall 2020, Professor Ruhl will be responsible for overseeing the Christian Psychology Department, equipping students to become Christian counselors, and exemplifying Boise Bible College’s core values:  scholarship, community, humility, and innovation.

Professor Rule was born and raised in Montana. She graduated from Ozark Christian College with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry with an emphasis on Psychology. In addition, she received a dual Master’s degree of Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Counseling from John Brown University.

Her experience includes providing therapy at a clinical mental health center, inpatient psychiatric unit, teen counseling office, and counseling college age students.

Why did you Choose Boise Bible College?

I was very impressed by the integrity, friendliness, and passion of Boise Bible College to raise up kingdom workers. A strong calling was placed on my heart to be a part of the BBC team to help train Christian counselors and send out psychology minded graduates.

The desire of BBC to pursue a balance of clinical and Biblical counseling is refreshing and matches my beliefs regarding what will help prepare students to serve in any ministry to which they are called.

About the Christian Psychology Degree Program

The Christian Psychology degree program at Boise Bible College combines Biblical truth and psychology in order to see others through God’s eyes. Students in this program learn to answer fundamental questions about life as well as point people towards Jesus’ healing hope. In addition, the required observation hours and outside the classroom experience coupled with academic learning enhances the overall educational journey. Lastly, this degree is designed to prepare students for various Master degree programs in Counseling.