The apostle James once wrote, “Faith without works is dead.” Our professors at Baptist Bible College of Bangladesh believe that and live that truth out. They teach the Word, mentor their students, and see lives transformed. These teachers are committed to the value of this program. Actually, BBCB professors are all graduates of BBCB, and they desire all Christians to become biblically literate and Christianly active. God continues to answer that prayer. BBCB graduates are involved in a wide range of ministries across the country: They now pastor churches, administrate camps, direct youth retreats, manage bookstores, sponsor seminars, raise godly children, and serve in local churches.
Teacher Larry Allen told about eager night-students studying the book of Revelation. Despite monsoon rains and heavy evening traffic, they would come discuss visions and prophecies. Larry reminded them that seven times the Lord spoke: “I know your works…” good, bad or indifferent; God knows what we are doing.
And speaking of what we’re doing, five students in BBCB’s Christian Education course enjoyed a “practical”, using what they’ve studied to plan and direct a children’s camp.
As professor of philosophy Arthur Holmes wrote, “If a person, including what he becomes in this life, has an eternal destiny, then what I become in the process of education lives forever.”