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A totally free online video Bible College through Faithful Baptist Church of Omak, Washington.
Please go to www.FreeBibleCollege.info for more information. {Remember, the tag is .INFO not .COM}
Fill out the enrollment form if you would like to try out the college. The main college site is at www.BibleCollegeVideos.com
It encompasses the major coursework for most Bible Colleges.
Again, it is all free...no hidden charges.
Faithful Baptist College
Pastor David Warner
arealbaptist@juno.com
509-429-8413

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A totally free online video Bible College through Faithful Baptist Church of Omak, Washington.
Please go to www.FreeBibleCollege.info for more information.
Fill out the enrollment form if you would like to try out the college.
It encompasses the major coursework for most Bible Colleges.
Again, it is all free...no hidden charges.
Faithful Baptist College
Pastor David Warner
arealbaptist@juno.com
509-429-8413


Thank you for the information. I have e-mailed them to get information. I would love to take the complete 4 year course with a possibility going for a Masters later on. If this turns out as well as it sounds it has been a real answer to prayer.

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I think you mean http://www.biblecollegeforfree.com/ I googled the name you said and got an "Apostolic ministry"

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I think you mean http://www.biblecollegeforfree.com/ I googled the name you said and got an "Apostolic ministry"

Invicta, the website Faithful Baptist posted leads to the same website you posted. Maybe you used ".com" instead of ".info" that FB posted.

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Invicta, the website Faithful Baptist posted leads to the same website you posted. Maybe you used ".com" instead of ".info" that FB posted.


Sorry for the confusion. The web address is similar to this Ames Bible College, which is Apostolic-Charismatic. Ours is www.FreeBibleCollege.info NOT .COM
The actual Bible College Video site for enrolled students is www.BibleCollegeVideos.com. Enrollment (which is free) will give you the Username and Password to access all the Videos and Lecture Notes on this site. Right now we are finishing up the 4th year (Year Four) and plan to start the 1st Year the first week of August. We only have videos posted for the 4th year, currently.
Everything is free; just trying to be a blessing where we can. Pastor David Warner

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Sorry for the confusion. The web address is similar to this Ames Bible College, which is Apostolic-Charismatic. Ours is www.FreeBibleCollege.info NOT .COM
The actual Bible College Video site for enrolled students is www.BibleCollegeVideos.com. Enrollment (which is free) will give you the Username and Password to access all the Videos and Lecture Notes on this site. Right now we are finishing up the 4th year (Year Four) and plan to start the 1st Year the first week of August. We only have videos posted for the 4th year, currently.
Everything is free; just trying to be a blessing where we can. Pastor David Warner


I'll see you in August.

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I'll see you in August.


I just received the DVDs about a week ago. Things have been a little busy but I am hoping to start next week. I will also be sharing the DVDs with two other people who are interested. God bless. :)

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I have just enrolled and have downloaded some of the videos for the Music Theology class. I am getting a class out of the way before the July start of year one studies. I have been through 2 of the videos and they have been quite good.

Some of the videos are a tad low in quality, but watchable. I think he has gotten some better ones up.

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Anymore information on this?

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Anymore information on this?


You are looking for something a little more official. I enjoy taking the classes but it's not accredited. The Pastor of the Church does classes for his Church members on Saturdays and Sundays (between Church services) I believe. He records them, writes up class notes, study notes, exams, etc. I don't want to marginalize it because it's been a blessing for sure but from what I've seen of your others posts, you are looking for something a little more professional (accreditation, textbooks, etc). Just my opinion.

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Is there a statement of faith or something for this school?

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Is there a statement of faith or something for this school?


Churches website:

http://www.faithfulbaptistchurch.com/

Statement of Faith (Word document - have to click link):

http://www.faithfulbaptistchurch.com/beliefs.html

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Thanks for the link, brother! They look like great folks, I loved the Statement of Faith - so many Bible references!

I agreed with everything except the doctrine of the church. I think they're briders, see underlined portions.

THE CHURCH
The Scriptures teach that the “church” is a local (Act 8:1, 9:31, 13:1, 15:4; Gal 1:2)(99 of 114 NT references is specifically local in context, the other 15 are generically local), visible (2Co 1:1,15; 1Th 3:10), assembly of born again, baptized believers (Act 2:41, 8:12) to carry out the Lord’s work (Mt 28:19,20); that the widely accepted view that the church is “all the saved” (i.e. universal church) is to be wholly rejected (Act 8:1, 9:31, 13:1, 15:41; Gal 1:2); that the beginning of the church was with the baptism of Jesus Christ and the calling of His disciples, and not at Pentecost as most wrongly assume (Jn 1:35; Act 1:22; Mt 16:18; Act 2:41; Mk 1:1-4; Mt 23:8; Jn 10:11,14, 13:29; Mt 26:26-28); that the church is typified as a body (Col 1:18; 1Co 12:12-27), a building (Mt16:1; Eph 1:20-22), and a bride (Eph 5:25-27; 2Co 11:2; Jn 3:29; Ro 7:4; Hb 12:22; Rv 19:7-9); and that its mission is to evangelize the world, baptize believers into its membership, teach the whole counsel of God, sustain the Truth, provide Godly fellowship for its members, and, chiefly, to glorify God (Mt 28:19,20; Mk 16:15; Act 1:8; 2Ti 2:2; Act 2:42; 1Ti 3:15; Eph 3:21).

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Thanks for the link, brother! They look like great folks, I loved the Statement of Faith - so many Bible references!

I agreed with everything except the doctrine of the church. I think they're briders, see underlined portions.

THE CHURCH
The Scriptures teach that the “church” is a local (Act 8:1, 9:31, 13:1, 15:4; Gal 1:2)(99 of 114 NT references is specifically local in context, the other 15 are generically local), visible (2Co 1:1,15; 1Th 3:10), assembly of born again, baptized believers (Act 2:41, 8:12) to carry out the Lord’s work (Mt 28:19,20); that the widely accepted view that the church is “all the saved” (i.e. universal church) is to be wholly rejected (Act 8:1, 9:31, 13:1, 15:41; Gal 1:2); that the beginning of the church was with the baptism of Jesus Christ and the calling of His disciples, and not at Pentecost as most wrongly assume (Jn 1:35; Act 1:22; Mt 16:18; Act 2:41; Mk 1:1-4; Mt 23:8; Jn 10:11,14, 13:29; Mt 26:26-28); that the church is typified as a body (Col 1:18; 1Co 12:12-27), a building (Mt16:1; Eph 1:20-22), and a bride (Eph 5:25-27; 2Co 11:2; Jn 3:29; Ro 7:4; Hb 12:22; Rv 19:7-9); and that its mission is to evangelize the world, baptize believers into its membership, teach the whole counsel of God, sustain the Truth, provide Godly fellowship for its members, and, chiefly, to glorify God (Mt 28:19,20; Mk 16:15; Act 1:8; 2Ti 2:2; Act 2:42; 1Ti 3:15; Eph 3:21).


I think you need to relax on the witch hunt for Baptist briders. :lol:

Seems to me they are saying they don't believe in an invisible universal church. But, even if they do believe in the baptist bride...it's not an essential for me. I actually tend to agree with the baptism subject...if a Baptist Church accepted a member from a Catholic Church and accepted their baptism...they would be showing that their baptism was just as good and the rules/doctrine of the Catholic Church were acceptable. I have no issues with that (baptizing believers into it's membership), I think it keeps unregenerate members out of Bible believing churches.

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Maybe you got me wrong on that, I'd have no prOBlem going to these folk's church. If there was no other option for a Bible school I'd also have no prOBlem with doing this one, I called them "great folks" and I like their statement of faith. I just disagree on the local church part. :)

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You are looking for something a little more official. I enjoy taking the classes but it's not accredited. The Pastor of the Church does classes for his Church members on Saturdays and Sundays (between Church services) I believe. He records them, writes up class notes, study notes, exams, etc. I don't want to marginalize it because it's been a blessing for sure but from what I've seen of your others posts, you are looking for something a little more professional (accreditation, textbooks, etc). Just my opinion.


You pinpointed my needs precisely. Thanks

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I have taking free online courses from various places but this place is the best. I really enjoy the teaching and even though it is not accredited in a human way I believe it is in a Heavenly way. I have already completed several courses and I am enjoying this year's courses.

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Maybe you got me wrong on that, I'd have no prOBlem going to these folk's church. If there was no other option for a Bible school I'd also have no prOBlem with doing this one, I called them "great folks" and I like their statement of faith. I just disagree on the local church part. :)


I know, just giving you a hard time brother.

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Thanks for this post. I began praying about attending during my morning devotions. I need to speak with my pastor about it.

We're busy these next few days. Our chairman of the deacons has gone home to glory and we're all a little strapped for time right now. Our pastor will hold the services and they are tomorrow.

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Thanks for this post. I began praying about attending during my morning devotions. I need to speak with my pastor about it.

We're busy these next few days. Our chairman of the deacons has gone home to glory and we're all a little strapped for time right now. Our pastor will hold the services and they are tomorrow.


Several years ago, not many months after I was called to this church, we had a great church leader, a deacon, that died. That was a tough time, yet i can say about holding his funeral service, it was both easy and hard. Anyone that has been in that position knows exactly how it is. What is hard is to hold a funeral service for someone you know has gone through the gates of hell, there is nothing easy about that. At such times I am just thankful for the privileged of getting the opportunity to proclaim the Gospel and the support my Savior gives me.

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You might get some very good teaching & Bible training from them... HOWEVER, I would encourage you to read their doctrine & statement of
faith carefully. They are extremely separated & narrow in their doctrine (KJV worship, Baptist-bride, closed communion, anti-mission board, etc...)
I'm sure all that will come up in the courses they present.


This is a reply I received from a very close friend.

Paraphrase: For a strong, mature believer, I'm sure they could work through it all.

So, I will enroll but after they upload 1st year course work. I want to work through the entire 4 years of lessons.

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I'm unsure a Pastor of a Church that was "KJV Worship" would say the NIV has some truth to it and that someone could get saved by reading it. But, that's just my take on it. I don't know what anti-mission board is. I see no prOBlems with closed communion whatsoever, I think it's the best way to keep people from eating unto damnation. If you are closed, you don't have a member of a church that isn't in good standing just coming on in. Yeah, it is on them but why would we want that on us (if they partake of the Lord's supper and end up getting very ill or dead because they were not right with God?)

They might be Baptist bride, seems to me a lot of those your friend mentioned can be non-essentials and I've seen good biblical arguments for those issues.

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I'm unsure a Pastor of a Church that was "KJV Worship" would say the NIV has some truth to it and that someone could get saved by reading it. But, that's just my take on it. I don't know what anti-mission board is. I see no prOBlems with closed communion whatsoever, I think it's the best way to keep people from eating unto damnation. If you are closed, you don't have a member of a church that isn't in good standing just coming on in. Yeah, it is on them but why would we want that on us (if they partake of the Lord's supper and end up getting very ill or dead because they were not right with God?)

They might be Baptist bride, seems to me a lot of those your friend mentioned can be non-essentials and I've seen good biblical arguments for those issues.


Most Bible "versions" contain enough of the Gospel the Holy Ghost can bring one to salvation in Christ through them. I know of many people who were saved while using MVs. While I wasn't saved through an MV, at the time I was saved the only Bible I had and read was an RSV. I even know one young man who was saved while reading the Living Bible, thought that "Bible" seems so exceedingly watered down to me I have no idea how it happened other than by the grace of God.

Anyway, I know many who are KJO that believe one can be saved through a MV but they all believe in order for full spiritual maturity and growth to take place they need to get into the KJB as soon as possible.

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