Why I Believe in KMBC: Cost of Attendance

Why I Believe in KMBC Recently I had the privilege of preaching for a pastor who had attended KMBC. He shared that his assistant who recently graduated with a ministerial degree from a holiness university has a school loan of $90,000. Today, someone else told me that a relative who graduated from a holiness university…

KMBC’s Online Classes: Student Spotlight

KMBC’s Online Classes: Student Spotlight Byron Spencer recently completed an online class, the Theology of Holiness, at Kentucky Mountain Bible College, and I asked him how it went. He said, “The online class was really good. I learned a lot from the class, and I continue to use the text-book in my pastoral studies. The class was easy to…

Student Spotlight: Elizabeth Elliot

Student Spotlight: Elizabeth Elliot | God-Called Ministry Elizabeth is a bible quizzer who hails from Lexington, Kentucky, and started this fall with the intention of preparing for a God-called Ministry. I asked her why she chose KMBC, and she responded with unusual clarity. She had been looking for a school that fit four specific criteria; (1) It must be ministry focused, (2)…

Rev. I.D. & Pauline Swinehart Scholarship

Rev. I.D. & Pauline Swinehart Scholarship Rev. I. D. & Pauline Swinehart were a godly couple who gave their lives in ministry, pastoring five churches in Ohio and Pennsylvania with the Wesleyan Methodist Church and later the Wesleyan Church. Rev. Swinehart also served several years as denominational evangelist. The Swineharts loved the message of heart holiness and came…

Silver Trumpet: Spring 2015

Silver Trumpet: Spring 2015 Volume XXIV, No. 1 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Silver Trumpet Spring 2015 provides information about the Outstanding Conference, Missions Conference, Swineheart Scholarship, Donated Appreciated Stock, Stand in the Gap Campaign update, Mt. Carmel Family Camp, Youth Camp, New Director of Church Relations, KMBC’s 2015 Choir Tour and…

Alumni Footprints: Spring 2015

Alumni Footprints: Spring 2015 Volume 11, No. 1 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Alumni Footprints Spring 2015 provides information about the Alumni Day, Project Report, Advanced Degrees earned, Brad Angus to new position, Duncans to new ministry, Calendar of events, Mt. Carmel Fall Revival, Footprints- current achievements of KMBC Alumni,    and…

Alumni Footnotes: Summer 2014

Alumni Footprints: Summer 2014 Volume 10, No. 2 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Alumni Footprints Summer 2014 provides information about the Outstanding Alumnus of the year, Myers Memorial Garden Dedication, KMBC Class of 2014, 50-Year Celebration in Papua New Guinea, Alumni Day Treasurer’s report, Honored Alumni, Ross Foley Ordained, Footprints- current achievements…

Silver Trumpet: Summer 2014

Silver Trumpet Summer 2014 Volume XXXIII No. 2 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Silver Trumpet Summer 2014 provides information about the new Home for Retirees; Great Contribution: Shmidts; Biblical Church Growth Conference; Myers Memorial Garden; Stand in the Gap Progress; Start of the Online Classes and more. Download the Summer 2014 Silver Trumpet…

Senior Spotlight: The Semrows

Senior Spotlight: Kolton and Adelle Semrow Kolton and Adelle Semrow came to KMBC from Port Huron, Michigan with the intention of getting grounded in the word of God and actively equipped for ministry. They came to genuine faith in Christ when young, nine and five years of age respectively, and both attended Hillside Wesleyan Church until their trek to…

Why I Believe in KMBC: Built to Last

Why I Believe in KMBC A number of years ago a mechanic friend of mine told me that KMBC should consider buying a Dodge Sprinter Van, built by Mercedes-Benz. He said that they were far superior to any other large vans. He claimed that the fuel economy and the great durability would save us considerable money in the long-run. I followed his advice. He was right! It has saved…