Seminary

FMI Biblical Studies and Seminary

FMI Biblical Studies and Seminary is an educational institution where church and organizational leaders are educated and equipped through intensive study and practical application. It is our philosophy that God is intentional which means that to serve Him, we must also be intentional. Considering what is being conveyed to us about the pulpit and diaconal ministries, we feel that training is a pivotal part of the calling and the journey of each minister. FMI Biblical Studies and Seminary is in partnership with the School of the Great Commission Bible College and Seminary.  For more information click here: https://learnmore.fmibiblicalseminary.us/start

Degrees and Certifications FMIBS&S offers:

Associate of Biblical & Theological Studies

Associate of General Studies

Associate of Ministry & Leadership

Bachelor of Biblical & Theological Studies

Bachelor of Christian Counseling

Bachelor of Ministry and Leadership

Bachelor of Christian Education

Master of Biblical Studies

Master of Christian Counseling

Master of Pastoral Counseling

Master of Divinity

Master of Theology

Doctor of Ministry

Doctor of Divinity

Certificate – Church Administration & Development

Certificate – Leadership Developments

The School of the Great Commission Bible College and Seminary’s Accreditation was obtained from the World-Wide Accreditation of Christian Education Institutions and the southeastern Association of Bible Colleges. The school holds licensing memberships in the National Christian Counselors Associations. The school is also a Chartered/Founding member of the National Association of the Bible Colleges/Schools of the Theology.

Our Philosophy of Education FMI Biblical Studies and Seminary believes that as God should be the center of our lives, the reality of His existence and the power of His Word should be the starting point of Christian education.

Education, although not specifically mentioned, is chronicled throughout the Word of God. In 2 Timothy 2:15 Christians are encouraged to, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth” (NIV Version). In the KJV it says to “study”. Study is not just the accumulation of knowledge, but it involves the analysis, evaluation, assimilation and application of the knowledge acquired.