Equipping the next generation of pastors, missionaries and leaders
what is Living Faith Bible Institute?
Living Faith Bible Institute (LFBI) was established in 2012 by a group of like-minded pastors who began to recognize a common need among bible-believing churches. These pastors and leaders saw that most theological training in the U.S. had devolved into mere academic exercise, tended to lack a faith-based position on the scriptures and was almost always structured in such a way that a growing believer had to leave their local church and ministry to attend - - not to mention that most Christian education is exorbitantly over priced. Their response to this need was to gather a community of experienced pastoral instructors and form the Living Faith Bible Institute.
LFBI serves as an advanced equipping arm of like-minded churches whose mission is to mold every believer into the image of Christ and mobilize them to minister the Word of God to the world. To this end, LFBI has carefully selected experienced pastoral leaders to teach and train men and women of the church to function as stewards of God’s people. Our goal is to offer, at a reasonable cost, a practical course of study that develops biblical leadership in an atmosphere conducive to learning and living ministry in the context of a local church setting.
LFBI utilizes a well-qualified and seasoned staff to invest a comprehensive biblical pedagogy that focuses on theology as well as ministry application. The Program of Study begins by building a foundation for godly character, habits of personal study and a philosophy for discipleship. As your studies continue, LFBI will teach you enduring ministry practices, establish a holistic theological perspective and train you to further your leadership capacity.
The vision of LFBI is to train ministry leaders, pastors and missionaries that desire to live the Great Commission now, not after they complete their education. The curriculum is intended to equip student ministers to apply what they are learning immediately in their personal ministries within their local churches.