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SPRINGFIELD, Missouri— Calvary Temple School of the Bible, a Global University authorized Berean study center in Concord, California has fifty-five leaders enrolled which include three other churches in the area.
“Our increased enrollment, in our third term of courses, reveals that the word of the school is getting out both within Calvary Temple and abroad,” said Ken Grubbs Director of Calvary Temple School of the Bible. “We are excited to see what God will do as 55 eager leaders equip and study for 15 weeks. We are facilitating Christ and the Synoptic Gospels and Introduction to Hermeneutics. These courses are being offered in English and Spanish. ”
Calvary Temple School of the Bible fits well with the overall vision from Calvary Temple Church, which includes ministry as part of its five core values. It also works in a good way with Global University’s ministerial training model which provides autonomy in education to the local church.
According to Dr. Randy Hedlun, Dean of the Berean School of the Bible at Global University, Calvary Temple School of the Bible provides an example and sets the tone for other local and regional Bible schools around the country. “Autonomy in education at the local church can be ideal because it provides an opportunity for ministerial students to apply concepts at their local church. We are very excited about our partnership with Calvary Temple School of the Bible.” said Hedlun.
About Calvary Temple Church
Located in Concord, California, Calvary Temple Church is a multi-cultural church affiliated with the Assemblies of God. The church is committed to connecting people to God through worship and discipleship, to each other through fellowship and ministry, and to the lost through evangelism. The church has five core values: worship, fellowship, discipleship, evangelism and ministry. A strong commitment to these five values enables Calvary Temple to grow warmer through fellowship, deeper through discipleship, stronger through worship, broader through ministry and larger through evangelism. For more information about Calvary Temple Church, visit www.calvarytemple.org.