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Starting the Fall 2020 Semester

Dear Boise Bible College family, We look forward to the fall semester with great optimism! Classes will start Monday, August 24, 2020 as planned, and we eagerly anticipate having the entire BBC Family back on campus. And we’re not the only ones with an optimistic...

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Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

Summer Break Scholarship Hunting

You may believe your scholarship hunting is over since summer break is upon us. However, scholarship hunting shouldn’t end. There are many scholarships with due dates during the summer. Use the extra free time to apply for last-minute scholarships and try to earn some...

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Stress Management 101

Stress Management 101

. . . Or Keeping Our Cool in an Uncool World Stress management is difficult. But let's face! For many of us, especially those on the introverted side of the personality scale, the thought of having some isolation time sounds appealing! Sweet peace-and-quiet! I mean,...

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4 Misconceptions about Bible College

4 Misconceptions about Bible College

Let’s be honest, Bible college is not normal, and as humans sometimes we get suspicious of what is not normal. Our suspicions can create misperceived narratives about whatever we distrust. Whether it is children who are suspicious of vegetables, teenagers who are...

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What God is Like – Tom Kopp

What God is Like – Tom Kopp

“My number one passion is helping people understand clearly what God is like. I believe that if people understand God, there is nothing about Him to not like.” To Tom Kopp, “what God is like” is grace and that’s his message for everyone. The impact of God’s grace in...

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The Farnsworth Family

The Farnsworth Family

Doyle and Galen Farnsworth, Church Builders Doyle Farnsworth: January 28, 1928 – November 1, 1982 Galen Farnsworth: April 4, 1930 – March 4, 2015 Work, play, war, building, coming to Christ, college, ministry, raising families… these two brothers helped each other in...

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Should I live On-Campus or Off-Campus?

Should I live On-Campus or Off-Campus?

In your freshman year at bible college, living on campus in the dorms your education and campus life will be a far richer experience and investment because you will have immediate access to spiritual community and student life. But we will let you be the judge. pros...

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All for Christ – Albert Francis Cinnamon

All for Christ – Albert Francis Cinnamon

Raised as a Catholic in Sheridan, OR, Al Cinnamon was very involved with the church. After high school, though, he fell into a lifestyle of smoking pot and drinking, looking for purpose and direction. He says, “I was well on my way to being an alcoholic but I knew...

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Transitioning to Beautiful Boise, Idaho

Transitioning to Beautiful Boise, Idaho

Dear Incoming Freshman, I am writing this article to spotlight Boise, Idaho as well as get you pumped for starting Boise Bible College in the fall. For some of you the next big step of your life is right around the corner and others it continues. Know that I am so...

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Challenged to Attend – Andy Morris

Challenged to Attend – Andy Morris

A challenge leads to a legacy Initially challenged to try Boise Bible College for a year, Andy Morris has spent a lifetime in ministry and passed the legacy on to his sons. Bill Putman, then director of Intermountain Church Planters Association, encouraged Andy to...

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God Has No Age Limits – Henry Webb

God Has No Age Limits – Henry Webb

There is no age limit for students at Boise Bible College. Many “non-traditional” students are our most passionate and focused learners. Henry Webb’s story started in Atlanta, Georgia. He was raised under the eyes of his mother Mrs. Pinkey Willis, a host of relatives,...

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It’s Never Too Late – Derek and Pam Helt

It’s Never Too Late – Derek and Pam Helt

Alumni Derek and Pam Helt Boise Bible College not only equips servant leaders to serve the church for a lifetime, often life-time relationships are forged at Boise Bible College. Relationships are grown in the classroom, eating meals together in the cafeteria,...

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