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Nazarene Bible College

11/22/2014http://www.nbc.edu/leadership/leaders-wanted.php

Leaders Wanted

Leaders Wanted
Contemporary Servant Leaders

Contemporary Servant Leaders are
Needed more than Ever

If your call to ministry keeps you awake at night, if the lost of earth burden your soul, and if you know you should invest yourself in something eternal, it is time to make the move to prepare as a new century gospel leader at Nazarene Bible College. God wants to use you to powerfully influence your generation. Maybe the Father intends for you to be a Luther, a Wesley, or an unheralded unknown in rural America, in the next town, down the freeway, in a bustling metropolis, or across the globe. A good starting place is Nazarene Bible College, a college to help you deepen your understanding of scripture, build your character, stretch your soul, and develop your ministry skills.

A Place for Servant Leaders to get their
Ministry Act Together

Nazarene Bible College, an undergraduate professional ministerial training/learning community, intentionally plans to help leaders get together head and heart, being and doing, caring and sharing. The consuming goal of all that is done at Nazarene Bible College is to develop serious servant leaders whom Christ will use to spiritually revolutionize the world. NBC is a unique family of becomers where more than 900 students are preparing for ministry in Bible and Theology, Pastoral Ministries, Christian Counseling, Christian Educational Ministries, Leadership and Ethics, Pastoral Ministries.

A Place for Servant Leaders to Grow

Nazarene Bible College's scenic 43-acre hilltop campus looks west to Pike's Peak, reminding developing servant leaders of the enduring beauty of God. At the same time, the dynamic city of Colorado Springs, surrounding the campus on all sides, reminds us that people are the reason God needs us in ministry. Nazarene Bible College is a great place to revel in the beauties of creation as seen in the Rockies and to marvel at the wonders of grace as seen in fellow students and faculty.