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WCBCS Biblical Foundations Statement
WCBCS Mission Statement
WCBCS Core Values
WCBCS Institutional Objectives
WCBCS Student Core Competencies
WCBCS Philosophy of Education
WCBCS History

 

Phone

(800) 921-4561

OFFICE Location

WCBCS
12001 N. Central Expressway, Suite 825
Dallas, TX 75243

MAIL TRANSCRIPTS TO:
WCBCS
12001 N. Central Expressway
Suite 825
Dallas, TX 75243


OFFICE Hours

M-Th 9a–4p
Central Time

EMAIL

info@westcoastbible.org
emails answered most Fridays

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ACADEMICS

CURRENT ACADEMIC AND POLICY INFORMATION
*2017-2018 WCBCS STUDENT CATALOG
*2017-2020 STUDENT HANDBOOK
*2017-2020 WCBCS POLICIES MANUAL
*WCBCS PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AND INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES
*COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

PREVIOUS CATALOGS AND HANDBOOKS
2016-2017 WCBCS STUDENT CATALOG
2016 - 2017 WCBCS STUDENT HANDBOOK
2016-2017 WCBCS POLICIES MANUAL

SAMPLE CLASSES

If you would like to view a Sample Class at any level, please click below: 

Bachelor
Master
Doctoral
 

GRADING SCALE

100 – 90            A
89 – 80              B  
79 – 70              C  
69 – 60              D
59 & below      F

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HONORS

• 3.95 - 4.00 Summa Cum Laude
• 3.75 - 3.94 Magna Cum Laude
• 3.50 - 3.74 Cum Laude

No honors will appear on the degrees earned by student. 

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GRADE APPEALS PROCESS

If a student feels that there is an error on his grade report, he must begin the appeal process within thirty days of receiving the grade report by contacting the WCBCS offices at info@westcoastbible.org. After thirty days the grade is considered final and is not subject to appeal by the student or any third party.

WCBCS is not responsible for lost tests, projects, etc. Please be sure to make a copy of all material prior to submitting material to WCBCS for grading or evaluation.

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STUDENT CHEATING POLICY

If a student is caught cheating, the following steps will be taken:

1) The student will be contacted and made aware of the situation and given an opportunity to respond.
2) The student will be placed on Academic probation if it is deemed there was a violation. 
3) The first time will result in a "0" on the assignment.
4) The second time will result in a 6 month expulsion.
5) The third time will result in a final expulsion. A student may appeal the decision to the WCBCS President who then, in conjunction with the WCBCS board, will render the final decision. 
6) When a student is expelled for cheating, there will be NO REFUNDS GIVEN.

ACCREDITATION

Accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC) - Premier Status

"West Coast Bible College & Seminary is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). The college has earned Premier status with ASIC for its commendable areas of operation. ASIC accreditation helps students and parents make a more informed choice and will also help a school, college, university, training provider or distance education provider, demonstrate to the international student body that they are a high quality institution.

ASIC is recognized by UKVI in UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in USA and is listed in their International Directory, is a member of the BQF (British Quality Foundation), are affiliates of ENQA (European Network for Quality Assurance) and are institutional members of EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network)".

Accreditation Certificate

According to the ASIC website: ASIC has also gained many recognitions, memberships and affiliations (a full list can be found here) in acknowledgement of their commitment to quality in education:

Accredited by the Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority in South Africa (HWSETA)

Accreditation Certificate
Education and Training Quality Assurance Paperwork from South African Government

What can governmental accreditation from South Africa mean for you?
Accreditation is a formal recognition that the programs of a college meets certain standards and provides learners with good quality education from their selected program or school. Ultimately, we want our programs to be recognized as viable in the eyes of everyone as a way to honor God. Likewise, (especially for our African students) it means that when you are ready to seek employment, your credentials and qualifications will be recognized. Credits acquired from an accredited college are often transferable to another accredited institution, although they are never guaranteed. 

This accreditation covers the first-year diploma degree to prepare students for ministry in Africa. This governmental recognition provides an even deeper level of credibility and acceptance globally. 

WCBCS RECEIVES QISAN MEMBERSHIP

WCBCS is a member of the Quality International Study Abroad Network, QISANThe Quality International Study Abroad Network mission is to enable the highest standards of working practice for Educational Institutions and the Agents who serve both them and a vast range of International Students. View the QISAN Letter.

WCBCS Undergrad Students Can Apply For Admission To Schools Like Luther Rice Seminary

WCBCS undergraduate students can apply for admission into programs at other colleges. Several WCBCS students transferred to Luther Rice University and were accepted into their various programs. Again: Admission is not 100% guaranteed; students are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

If you specific school in mind, we suggest you contact the schools BEFORE enrolling to ask regarding their acceptance of any credits.   

AUTHORIZATION
Tax-Exempt Status & Authorization To Operate

WCBCS is registered with CIPRO, the Companies and Intellectual Properties Registration Office in South Africa and holds tax exempt status. 

WCBCS is a DBA of Victorious Life Ministries (Victorious Life Church) in Waco, TX. See the paperwork here. WCBCS has received a letter of authorization to operate in the state of Texas and to offer degrees in religious studies. Additionally, WCBCS has obtained authorization from the Texas Workforce Commission to operate in the state of Texas. Also, on October 3, 2011, WCBCS obtained a letter of exemption from the Texas Workforce Commission as granted under Texas Education Code, Section 132.002(a)(2). See the IRS letter, letter from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and the Texas Workforce Commission here.

CREDIBILITY

We've been asked the question, "Does a degree from West Coast Bible College & Seminary have credibility?" In assessing the credibility of any institution, we suggest that you review the experience and education members of the organization. A ministry degree from WCBCS has been recognized by many churches and ministries and we are constantly seeing new ways to gain relationships. memberships, and affiliations which will only enhance our credibility.

Our professors possess degrees from:
*Baylor University
*Gordon Conwell Seminary
*Houston Graduate School of Theology
*Liberty University
*Luther Rice Seminary
*Marquette University
*Oral Roberts University
*Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
*Southern Methodist University
*Southwestern Assemblies of God University
*Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
*Texas Christian University
*Texas Tech University
*University of Phoenix
*University of Texas
*University of Southern California

FYI: A graduate of WCBCS phoned our office and told us how his DMin degree from WCBCS played a major role in him receiving a $9 million contract with a ministry foundation. Every person's experience may vary, but this speaks volumes about our credibility in the eyes of others.

If you have any questions, give us a call or ask your employer or denominational leaders to check us out. Our desire is to make sure that your education meets your life needs and goals!

WCBCS Applies for Accreditation with the Council on Higher Education in South Africa (CHE)

UPDATE: April 30, 2017. WCBCS has resubmitted some requested documents form CHE and are awaiting the next step. The programs of WCBCS have all been reviewed SAQA (the South African Qualifications Authority) and CHE (The Council on Higher Education). Via email, we were told our new files would be reviewed the first week of May 2017.

In the past year we had an onsite visit from members of CHE. We have one item they asked us to improve and they last visited our offices in South Africa on December, 2015. As soon as we hear more information, we will update you by posting it online. Please do not call and ask with regard to the current status as you WILL be made aware immediately when a decision has been reached. 

As soon as we know more we will update this information. (Accreditation is not guaranteed simply by making application and a final decision should be rendered soon. Please continue to check our website for an update regarding accreditation.)

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ADMISSIONS

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

*Students who would like to enroll must: 1) Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ; 2) Have graduated from high school or completed a GED; and 3) Send copies of the "official transcripts" from all of the schools you have attended to the WCBCS address.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM COMPLETION QUESTIONS

HOW LONG DOES A STUDENT HAVE TO COMPLETE A SPECIFIC PROGRAM?

Bachelor Degrees - 5 years to complete from the time of enrollment
Master Degrees - 3 years to complete from the time of enrollment
Doctor Degrees - 3 years to complete from the time of enrollment

If you fail to complete your program in the allotted amount of time, you may apply for a one year extension to your program before the expiration date. This extension will incur a $500.00 fee. At the end of that time, you will need to re-enroll and take up to 1/2 of your classes over as classes will be updated periodically during your time as a student at West Coast Bible College & Seminary.

HOW LONG DO YOU HAVE TO COMPLETE A CLASS?

Many people have asked the question, "Do I have to finish the classes in the amount of time as prescribed in the syllabus?" The answer is no. The time frame given in the syllabus is merely a suggested guideline and may be adjusted to fit your particular time schedule. Some of our students have finished the classes in less time and some have taken longer. The online, on-demand classes @ WCBCS are made to fit your life.

Students are given a maximum of 2 months to complete any course they have started. After 2 months, you may be required to start the course over and to pay the course (if even you paid in full - you will be charged the per class rate)

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE TIME FRAME TO COMPLETE A CLASS?

In reality, most students complete a class within 30-45 days. With discipline, you can finish each class at Bachelor level in 14 days by simply following the syllabus (18-20 days at the Masters level and 28-30 days at the Doctoral level). You can do the math to figure out how quickly or how slowly you would like to complete a program. Most students complete their degrees in the same time frame that it would take in an on-campus program.

TRANSFER STUDENTS

We often get the question, "Do you accept transfer students?" The answer is definitely, "YES"!!!! Students transferring in hours will receive an assessment completed to determine which classes must be taken for graduation and therefore must have an official copy of a transcript from your previous school(s).  Students may complete up to two classes before their "official transcript" is on file.  

NO TRANSCRIPT WILL BE ASSESSED BEFORE A STUDENT ENROLLS AT WCBCS

What is an "official transcript"? This is the transcript sent directly from your previous schools to our offices and it must be stamped with the official school seal. 

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

High school students may, with the permission of the appropriate high school official, concurrently enroll in high school and college courses. A maximum of nine (9) semester hours will be accepted. College students may concurrently enroll in courses at WCBCS.

CHANGING MAJORS

Students may change their major at WCBCS by going to the Online Payments section of the website, paying for the form, and filling it out  There is a $50 change of major fee which can be accessed on the PAYMENTS page.

 

 

APPLICATIONS

NO REFUND POLICY

Since our tuition costs are so low, once a student has paid for a course or has registered we DO NOT offer ANY financial refunds. Immediately upon your payment, our professors get paid, as do our office staff for their contributions to your education. When you click to make a payment below, you are acknowledging that you have read this statement and are in full agreement. We put this statement here to make sure there are no miscommunications. ALL payments are made via PayPal, so we never have any financial information on any of our students.

IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT APPLICATION:  

1) Upon paying the application fee, you will be automatically redirected to the What To Do Next Page. Please DO NOT close the window, as it may take a few seconds to forward you to the link. Read all of the instructions and bookmark the page for future reference. Please fill out the application and click SUBMIT. In case of a technology glitch, please email info@westcoastbible.org.
2) Once you have completed the application you should receive an automatically generated email from Admissions giving you specific directions as to the next steps to follow (also located on the What To Do Next page). Please be sure to allow the westcoastbible.org domain in your email settings. If you do not receive this email, and do not see it in your spam folder, please contact us at info@westcoastbible.org. 

MAJOR CHANGE STARTING JUNE 16, 2017 - PLEASE READ

Starting June 16, 2017, we will not be accepting Masters or Doctoral applications, as we have decided to temporarily suspend new applications in these programs to place our total focus on achieving undergraduate accreditation. Given the fact that over 90% of our student population is undergraduate, and given the expense of accreditation, the board of directors and administration agreed this would be the most prudent course of action for now. IMPORTANT: This WILL NOT affect anyone in one of our current graduate programs, as we are committed to "teaching out" each program. Nothing will change for you and all classes currently available will still be offered. Then, when the time is appropriate, we will add the masters and doctoral programs back and apply for accreditation at a later date. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but we truly believe it is in the best long-term interest of West Coast Bible College & Seminary.

WCBCS APPLICATIONS PAY HERE - DIPLOMA, ASSOCIATE, & BACHELOR (Choose the appropriate application)

LIFE LEARNING CREDITS APPLICATION

GRADUATION APPLICATION

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CONTACT US

Phone: 800-921-4561
Fax: 254-294-2182
Address: WCBCS, 12001 N. Central Expressway, Suite 825, Dallas, TX 75243

Email is a great way to get connected with West Coast! We look forward to answering your questions!

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Daily Family Devotions

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July 27, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God used this officer to save Paul?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God can use anyone to accomplish His purposes?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should place your confidence in God, rather than people to save you?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to trust God when things don't look good for you and know your answer is available?

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July 26, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Paul didn't focus on the failures of others as God was giving them a second chance?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God often gives people another chance when they've blown it?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you need to be an encourager when you could gloat about you being "right"??
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to when others don't follow your advice and find themselves in trouble?

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July 25, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God used Paul's circumstances to spread the Gospel?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God's plan to spread the Gospel was bigger than anyone could have imagined?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use your circumstances in your life for a Higher Purpose?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to view your troubles through the lens of God's plans and not your own?

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July 24, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the time Paul spent in prison unjustly?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God used Paul’s confinement for His glory?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use our calamities for His glory?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to refrain from complaining and seeking Jesus in your trial?

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July 23, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the time Paul spent in prison unjustly?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God used Paul’s confinement for His glory?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use our calamities for His glory?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to refrain from complaining and seeking Jesus in your trial?

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July 22, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the Lord was there for Paul in unseen ways?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the Lord is working for you?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you are not facing your trials alone?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to lean on Jesus through your trials?

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July 21, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the Lord was with Paul in a dark moment?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the Lord’s presence in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about God may allow you to go throw through hard times, but He’s with you?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look for Jesus and His courage in the face of fear?

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July 20, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about what Paul was called to do?
2) What did this verse make you feel about what it means for us to be a witness?
3) What did this verse help you know about how telling what you have seen and heard is our responsibility in witnessing?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to share your testimony with others?

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July 19, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Paul followed the advice given to him?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the importance of following godly wisdom?
3) What did this verse help you know about how even following wisdom doesn’t work out?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to listen to and follow wisdom?

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July 18, 2017 - Tuesday (Happy birthday, Becky!!!)

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Phillip’s impact on his daughters?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how he lead them toward God?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we are called to live a life that builds a desire for God in others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically live like this in your home?

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July 17, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the connection between humility and serving?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the importance of serving in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God wants you to exercise humility in your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to serve the Lord in the good and difficult times?

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July 16, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the people who went before Paul and their impact?
2) What did this verse make you feel about those who have gone before you?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you are paving the foundation for someone else?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to daily consider your impact on others?

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July 15, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God intervened without Paul’s help?
2) What did this verse make you feel about God’s power to intervene in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about our dependency on God to fight our battles?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to step back, be quiet, and trust God in your fight?

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July 14, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the believers were hiding things?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the need for confession in our lives?
3) What did this verse help you know about how confession will practically bring changes?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to confess to God the sins in your life?

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July 13, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the importance of Apollos receiving mentoring?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the impact the mentorship had on his life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how being mentored also can affect others’ lives?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to help mentor someone else?

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July 12, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the wisdom Paul used to reach others?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how important relational discussions are for the sake of the Gospel?
3) What did this verse help you know about how there are common points all around us with people?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to find a point of commonality with someone in your life who needs Jesus?

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July 11, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Paul and Silas were attacked for doing what was right?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the enemy attacks others who are being used by God?
3) What did this verse help you know about how people may attack you when God uses you and you are doing right?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to respond when you are attacked?

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July 10, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Paul and Silas responded to their imprisonment?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how their decision impacted an entire family?
3) What did this verse help you know about how our attitude and worship can impact others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to examine your attitude before you face your “prison” experience?

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July 9, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the Holy Spirit used practical things to guide Paul and Silas?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Paul and Silas' response to their plans being altered?
3) What did this verse help you know about how the Holy Spirit can use practical things to move us where He wants us?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to view your delays and detours differently?

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July 8, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how even good people can disagree with each other?
2) What did this verse make you feel about Paul and Barnabas went their separate ways?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use both people who disagree about a matter?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to work with and pray for those with whom you disagree?

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July 7, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how even good people can get caught up in living by rules?
2) What did this verse make you feel about Paul and Barnabas' instructions and what you can learn from them?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use you to help lead others to freedom instead of bondage?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look for the heart of God in the laws of God?

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July 6, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Paul and Barnabas faced real hardship while doing what God wanted?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how hardships can be a blessing in disguise?
3) What did this verse help you know about how can use the hardship sin our life to change our direction?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look fresh at your personal hardships through God's eyes?

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July 5, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the enemy tried to counteract everything good God was doing in Paul and Barnabas?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the enemy still attacks believers today when god is doing good in their lives?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can empower you to overcome the counterattacks of the enemy?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to seek God for someone who is being attacked this week?

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July 4, 2017 - Tuesday (Happy Independence Day in the US)

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about John Mark's failure?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God can use people who have failed?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God wants to use you, even through your failures?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to allow Jesus to forgive your failures and move past them this week?

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July 3, 2017 - Monday (Happy 30th Anniversary to Dr. Kevin and Becky Harrison)

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the power of prayer?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the church had a lack of faith?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God wants you to have faith to believe for miracles?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pray for someone who is facing an impossible need (not yourself)?

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July 2, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the generosity of the poor, early believers?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the church today could be more generous?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you can be more generous to other Christians around the world?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to find someone to be a blessing to this week?

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July 1, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God doesn't play favorites?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we need to view all people the same, just as God does?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God views should impact ours?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pray for other Christians in other parts of the world who are different from us?

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June 30, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Peter's willingness to do the ordinary?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God isn't looking for anything extraordinary from us?
3) What did this verse help you know about how doing ordinary things can connect you with God's extraordinary plans for you and others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to obey God today?

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June 29, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the disciples feared meeting Saul?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the disciples' faith was attacked by their fear?
3) What did this verse help you know about how fear can stop God's plan from moving forward in your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to release fear in your life to see what God wants to do through faith in you?

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June 28, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Saul's meeting with God's plan for his life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we can miss God when we focus on the problems we encounter?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use the detours in your life to redirect you to Him ?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look for God's direction in your detours?

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June 27, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Phillip's obedience in the ordinary things?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how obedience in the ordinary connects to God's plan for others?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God wants you obey Him in the ordinary?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to obey God in the ordinary?

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June 26, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Saul's (Paul's) potential at that moment to do something for God?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God can use people no one expects to be used by Him?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we can't write off anyone who appears as though they may be hopeless?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pray for that difficult person who is lost in your life?

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June 25, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Stephen's response when being persecuted?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how difficult it would be to follow Stephen's example ?
3) What did this verse help you know about how Stephen followed Jesus' example?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to follow Jesus' and Stephens' example in your life?

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June 24, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the fear Moses faced?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how his fears caused spend 40 years on the run?
3) What did this verse help you know about how fear can cause you to miss out on what God has for you for a period of time?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to allow God to speak to the fears in your life today?

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June 23, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Joseph's suffering?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God is present in our suffering?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God is with you in your suffering?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to trust Him in the middle of suffering?

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June 22, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how there's always an opportunity for an offense?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have seen offenses handled in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about how the response of those involved allowed God's Word to spread?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to handle offenses differently in the future?

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June 21, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the disciples could be happy that they could suffer for Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have handled your suffering?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we can walk through suffering?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to view suffering differently?

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June 20, 2017 - Tuesday (Correct audio uploaded_

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about God's plan in spite of people's plans?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God has worked through your hardships?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can work in your life through hardships?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to see God in your trials?

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June 19, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the importance of prayer?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the importance of prayer in your lire?
3) What did this verse help you know about how prayer connects to the power of God in demonstration?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to better cultivate your prayer life?

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June 18, 2017 - Sunday - Happy Father's Day to my father, Dale Harrison!!! I love you dad!!!!

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how people in the world saw these men had been with Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about what people in the world would say about you or other Christians you know?
3) What did this verse help you know about the importance of being with Jesus in His Word?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to daily be with Jesus?

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June 17, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the man's life changed when introduced to the power of Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus can use you like Peter?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we must share Jesus for others to be healed?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to reach someone with the healing power of Jesus this week?

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June 16, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the four key elements of discipleship?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you live elements those out in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we should interact with others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to make all four of these elements more of a part of your life?

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June 15, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Peter's second chance?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus offers all of us a second and third chance?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we should use our grace-given opportunities to shape our future?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to daily remember and take advantage of your second chances?

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June 14, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the disciples' singleness of purpose and devotion to prayer?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you would measure up against those two?
3) What did this verse help you know about how our agendas must come behind Jesus'?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to examine your life and bring your purpose and devotion in alignment with Jesus'?

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June 13, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus made the disciples instantly productive when they were obedient to Him?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus can make you more productive in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how obedience and Jesus' provision are connected?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to turn over EVERy area of your life to Jesus?

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June 12, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus can handle your questions and doubts?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus can handle your questions and doubts?
3) What did this verse help you know about how experiencing Jesus can lead to belief?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to take your doubts to Jesus?

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June 11, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God brings His Word to pass?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how trustworthy God's Word is?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God's words will be carried out?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to search the Scriptures to see what God is still going to do?

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June 10, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how God truly has authority over everything in life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have or have not submitted to God's authority?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we should view God's authority over all circumstances in our lives?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to submit to His plans and purposes daily, instead of our own?

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June 9, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' transparency in how He lived His life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how people keep secrets in their lives?
3) What did this verse help you know about how living transparently will protect us when we are falsely accused?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to live a transparent life?

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June 8, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' response to His suffering?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have dealt with suffering in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about how suffering can help you to know God?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look for God in your suffering in the future?

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June 7, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus lived His life for God's glory?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have and are living your life? Whose glory are you seeking?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we are all called to live life for His glory? What are your motivations for living?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do daily to bring God glory?

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June 6, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the relationship between trouble and peace?
2) What did this verse make you feel about Jesus' warning to His disciples and how that warning applies to us?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we can have peace in the middle of trouble?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pursue peace, even in the middle of trouble in your life?

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June 5, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' call to His disciples to live in Him?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we often live outside of Him and try to meet our own needs?
3) What did this verse help you know about what Jesus expects from His disciples?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to live in Jesus every day?

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June 4, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' peace He gave to His disciples?
2) What did this verse make you feel about His peace He wants to give us, His disciples?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you have to accept His peace? What does that look like?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pursue the peace of Christ in your life?

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June 3, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the love Jesus showed to His disciples?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Christians show this kind of love to others in our world?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should love others as a testimony to the world?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to show your love to other Christians? How will the world see it?

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June 2, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus served when He could have demanded service?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have served others?
3) What did this verse help you know about how people often look for positions and to be served?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to be a servant to others daily?

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June 1, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the rulers allowed other people to dictate how they expressed their faith in Christ?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how others have influenced your faith, negatively or positively?
3) What did this verse help you know about how it is important to stand up for what you believe?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to let others know you are a Christ Follower?

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May 31, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the kernel has to die to give life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we have to die to ourselves to truly live?
3) What did this verse help you know about how Christ is calling you to die in a specific area of your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to die to yourself so you can live in Christ?

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May 30, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' desire for Lazarus not only to be healed, but to be free?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus desires for you to be free?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we can allow our past to keep us in bondage?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to take off the grave clothes in your life?

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May 29, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus waiting to go see Lazarus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus may have waited to show up at some point in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how much Jesus loves us, even when He doesn't come on our timing?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to trust Jesus when you have to wait on Him?

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May 28, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' personal testimony?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how others would view you doing the things your Father does?
3) What did this verse help you know about the relationship between our "doing" and "being" like our Father?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do the things you know the Father has done and is doing?

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May 27, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the shepherd-sheep relationship?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how easy or difficult you feel it is to hear the voice of your Shepherd?
3) What did this verse help you know about what to do when you hear the shepherd's voice?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to listen more closely for the voice of our Shepherd?

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May 26, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about this man's testimony?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how your testimony?
3) What did this verse help you know about how your testimony can impact others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to share your testimony with those around you?

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May 25, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about this man's personal struggle in life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how your personal struggles?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God got glory from this mans; testimony?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do so God will receive glory through your challenges?

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May 24, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus approached His success?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you looked at the praise of others?
3) What did this verse help you know about how glory apart from God is nothing?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to turn all glory back to God at all times?

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May 23, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how showed compassion to this woman?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have treated others when they have messed up majorly?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should deal with them in the future?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to show compassion to someone else who has blown it?

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May 22, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how people are quick to judge others?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have judged others without knowing the whole story?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you will get the full story before beginning to reach a conclusion?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to understand a person's full story in the future before any judgements?

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May 21, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus was rejected by family?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have dealt with rejection in the past form those close to you?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you will deal with the rejection in the future?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to do what you're called to do regardless of what others say?

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May 20, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how these people walked away from Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have struggled to believe some of the things Jesus has said?
3) What did this verse help you know about how following Jesus may challenge your own thoughts and beliefs?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to trust Jesus even through the hard things?

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May 19, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how people have seemingly always lived for the moment rather than the eternal?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have sometimes lost focus on the eternal emphasis in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you need to re=prioritize your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to reassess your own life and live for what matters most?

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May 18, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus was using this question to test Phillip?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how Jesus uses questions to test us?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we should answer the questions God gives us through trials?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to answer in trust rather than fear?

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May 17, 2017 - Wednesday - Happy Sweet 16th B-Day Julianna

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' dependence on His Father?
2) What did this verse make you feel about your dependence on God?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we are all called to selflessly live and do what God says?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to listen to God so you can do His will fully?

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May 16, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the question Jesus asked the man?
2) What did this verse make you feel about what your response would have been?
3) What did this verse help you know about the choice that comes often with healing?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to get well where you live?

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May 15, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how this woman's testimony impacted others?
2) What did this verse make you feel about your testimony?
3) What did this verse help you know about how your testimony can help others in your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to share your testimony with others?

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May 14, 2017 - Sunday - Happy Mother's Day

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus reached out to this woman who was an outcast in society?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the way Jesus views you?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should view and embrace others who may be society's outcasts?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to show the love of Jesus to a lady who may have been written off by others?

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May 13, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about John?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the way you live that out personally?
3) What did this verse help you know about the need denying yourself to give Jesus the place He wants?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to allow Jesus to increase in your life?

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May 12, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about your perspective of God from this verse?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have viewed God in the past to how you view Him today?
3) What did this verse help you know about how if we are not careful that we can all see God as a judging God?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to help others have a healthy view of God's love for them?

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May 11, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how these people were willing to follow Jesus only for the miracles?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we all have that tendency?
3) What did this verse help you know about how Jesus understands our tendencies, but how we need to overcome them?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to have a faith that trusts Jesus regardless of life's circumstances?

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May 10, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Andrew's impact on his brother;s life?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the impact you've made in the lives of others around you, including family?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God can use the Andrew's of the world to reach the Simon Peter's?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to go to impact someone else this week? Who is it and what will you do?

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May 9, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about John's life's purpose?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how your life's purpose?
3) What did this verse help you know about how God has a specific plan for your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to go to seek after His plan?

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May 8, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how even Jesus' closest disciples struggled with doubt?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have struggled with doubt in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how Jesus will speak directly to your doubts?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to go to Jesus and to ask Him for your answer?

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May 7, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about what the women must have felt when they remembered what Jesus told them?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have remembered promises Jesus made to you?
3) What did this verse help you know about how remembering is vital to our spiritual growth?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to make a list of the things you know Jesus has spoken over your life?

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May 6, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about what Simon must have felt?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how people can "force" others to carry a cross that was not meant for them?
3) What did this verse help you know about how our cross may affect others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to be careful in what cross we put on others?

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May 5, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Pilate gave into the crowd?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have been pressured by others in the past and made the wrong decision?
3) What did this verse help you know about why we shouldn't allow the pressure of others to direct our decision?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to make our decisions based on the Word of God and the will of God?

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May 4, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus dealt with those attacking him?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how have dealt with those who have attacked you in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about what our attitude should be when we face attacks from others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to keep a good attitude and help others heal, even when attacked?

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May 3, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus saw what Peter could be beyond his failures?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have seen yourself after you've failed?
3) What did this verse help you know about how our failures can potentially affect our faith?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to move beyond your failures to help strengthen others?

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May 2, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how selfish the disciples were?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how selfish you have been at times?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we need to take our focus off of us and always place it on Jesus?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to focus on Jesus rather than looking for some position of blessing?

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May 1, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about why it's important for us to stay alert?
2) What did this verse make you feel about whether you are living your life on alert?
3) What did this verse help you know about how it's easy to allow the activities of our lives to keep us unfocused?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to be more alert?

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April 30, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how this poor widow gave to God?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you give to God from what you have?
3) What did this verse help you know about what God expects of us in our giving?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to give more to God this year?

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April 29, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how religious people will be judged more harshly?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have shown God to others?
3) What did this verse help you know about how the responsibility and judgment we will receive for how show God to others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to accurately reflect who God is in your life?

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April 28, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus allowed God to give Him wisdom in responding to the critics?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have dealt with your personal critics in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about how can we get God's wisdom BEFORE we answer?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to prepare for the attacks and accusations of the enemy?

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April 27, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about Jesus' compassion for the people of Jerusalem?
2) What did this verse make you feel about the compassion you have for the people in your city?
3) What did this verse help you know about how people can often overlook the One who can bring them peace?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to show your love to someone else? Do lost people really matter to you?

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April 26, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about each servants potential?
2) What did this verse make you feel about your potential in your service of the King?
3) What did this verse help you know about what Jesus demands of each of us?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to allow Jesus to use your life to bring about a Kingdom return?

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April 25, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Peter felt about what he had given up to follow Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we allow entitlement to cloud our perspective of what Jesus has done for us?
3) What did this verse help you know about how what you've given up wasn't really lost, but gained?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to look at and count the blessings you have for following Jesus?

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April 24, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how this woman's persistence?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how your persistence in going to God?
3) What did this verse help you know about how persistence will often determine your results in life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically be persistent in?

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April 23, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how the people of Noah's day got caught off guard by the Flood?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you are or haven't been ready for Jesus' return?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should look differently at His return?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to review your focus on eternal things?

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April 22, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how faith and forgiveness tie together?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have dealt with forgiveness in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about what Jesus expects form you with respect to forgiveness?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to forgive someone in your life who needs it?

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April 21, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus' comments to the Pharisees?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how sometimes we focus too much on outward appearance?
3) What did this verse help you know about you what God values most?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to align your heart with the things God calls important?

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April 20, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the love of God to that audience?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how God's love for you?
3) What did this verse help you know about you what God expects of His followers?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to share God's love with others?

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April 19, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how valuable people are to God?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have valued people and their eternal destiny?
3) What did this verse help you know about you should seek others out like the woman seeking for the coin?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to reach out to someone you know who needs Jesus?

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April 18, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about the cost of following Jesus?
2) What did this verse make you feel about how many people struggle with making Him truly first in their lives?
3) What did this verse help you know about you should count the cost of following?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to submit every area of your life to Him?

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April 17, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse verses make you think about Jesus' call for us to humble ourselves? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have seen people to find the places of honor for themselves?
3) What did this verse help you know about you should humble your life and plans before God?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to humble yourself before Him today?

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April 16, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse verses make you think about Jesus' purpose in coming to earth? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how finished His work and how that impacted our lives?
3) What did this verse help you know about you should view His finished work today and every day?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to honor the sacrifice and ultimate victory of Jesus?

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April 15, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did this verse make you think about how Jesus moved forward toward His cross? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we sometimes try to run away from our crosses in life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should respond to your cross moments in the future?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to keep moving forward in the challenges you are facing now?

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April 14, 2017 - Good Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about what people see as treasure in their lives in our world? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how seeking after the temporary stuff of this life has affected you?
3) What did this verse help you know about the connection between what we value and what we spend our time and money on?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to reorder our priorities for Jesus?

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April 13, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about how greed affects our lives? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how greed has influenced you in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about Jesus' view on possessions and "stuff"?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to attack greed in your own life? Do you need to repent of something?

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April 12, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about the importance Jesus placed on the eye? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how the eye affects everything?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should watch what you allow in through your eyes?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to make sure you are viewing God-honoring things?

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April 11, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about God's Kingdom, our need for daily bread, and forgiveness? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about the way you pray most of the time? Is it in alignment with what Jesus taught?
3) What did this verse help you know about how you should pray moving forward?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to pray as Jesus taught?

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April 10, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about why Mary's choice was more important than Martha's? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about some of the good things you've done that's distracted you from the great thing?
3) What did this verse help you know about where we should focus our attention most?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to realign priorities in your life?

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April 9, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about why Jesus' sent the 70 out in pairs? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how important teamwork is for each of us?
3) What did this verse help you know about the value of working with others?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to team up with family and others to do God's work daily?

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April 8, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about Jesus' betrayal and explanation to His disciples? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how we can expect to be betrayed as Christians?
3) What did this verse help you know about how betrayal can be overcome?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to prepare for betrayal in the future so you will respond like Jesus?

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April 7, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about what Jesus called the disciples to do? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how discipleship has been redefined in our world?
3) What did this verse help you know regarding what is expected of you by Jesus?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to follow Jesus daily as a disciple?

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April 6, 2017 - Thursday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about how Jesus took what seemed like nothing and created a miracle? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you've trusted Him with what you'e had in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know regarding how you should acknowledge God and ask for His blessing in your life?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically believe God for today in your life and family?

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April 5, 2017 - Wednesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about how Jairus must have felt real fear? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about the times you have been paralyzed by fear?
3) What did this verse help you know about how belief fights against fear?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to believe God for in a trial you are currently facing?

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April 4, 2017 - Tuesday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about how the disciples must have felt? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about the violent storms you have faced in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about how we should view Jesus in our storms?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to be calm and trust Jesus during your next storm?

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April 3, 2017 - Monday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about the woman's actions toward Jesus? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have expressed your gratitude to Jesus for his forgiveness in your life?
3) What did this verse help you know about why we shouldn't judge other people's past, but should give mercy toward them?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to thank Jesus today, and every day, for His forgiveness to you?

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April 2, 2017 - Sunday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about how John's faith was tested? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how your faith has been tested in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know about how our faith can waver during trials?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to hold on to your faith when faced with trials?

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April 1, 2017 - Saturday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about Jesus' command to love our enemies? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you can bless those who have hurt you?
3) What did this verse help you know about the type of kindness Christ expects from us?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to love someone who has been an enemy in your life??

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March 31, 2017 - Friday

Bible Passage

Questions:

1) What did these verses make you think about what Jesus said? 
2) What did this verse make you feel about how you have dealt with insults in the past?
3) What did this verse help you know how you deal with insults?
4) What did this verse challenge you to practically do to praise God whenever you are insulted?

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FINANCES: TUITION & FEES

Why is the cost of tuition so low at WCBCS as compared with other colleges? Our Internet-only campus allows us to focus on educating you without having to pay for expensive buildings.  With professors who believe in the mission, we're able to keep the costs low without sacrificing quality. The best thing: You are able to pay as you go or make a one-time payment so you're not in debt for many years to come!

FINANCIAL AID

At this time, West Coast Bible College & Seminary does not participate in the Federal Financial Aid program or the Veteran's G.I. Bill. As we continue to pursue accreditation with TRACS in the US, we are considering the possibility of doing so in the future. However, we believe our low fees allow our students to be able to pursue a degree while incurring little or no debt. 

ASSOCIATE / BACHELOR DEGREES

Tuition for Bachelor level classes is only $100.00 per class or $1,500 for the one-time payment option.  (Associate Degree one-time payment option is $800) The only other costs are the $75.00 registration fee, $100.00 graduation fee, and books.

MASTER DEGREES

Tuition for Master level classes is only $125.00 per class or $1,250.00 for the one-time tuition payment.  The only other costs are the $75.00 registration fee, $100.00 graduation fee, and books.

DOCTORAL DEGREES

Tuition for Doctoral level classes is only $150.00 per class or $1,250.00 for the one-time tuition payment.  The only other costs are the $75.00 registration fee, $375 project fee, $100.00 graduation fee, and books.

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MCIN - Masters Commission International

MC Director Checklist

MC Student Checklist

What is Master's Commission International Network?

Master’s Commission International Network of Affiliates was formed to preserve the integrity and purity of the heart with which this intense discipleship-training program was created.  Our Mission is “To know God and to make Him known.”  It is the desire of the MCIN to help the local church raise up a generation of world changers, recklessly abandoned to the cause of Christ.  To do this, each Master’s Commission must be a ministry of a local church, not a para-church organization.  Master’s Commission is affecting a generation of young adults who are trained to reach a world with the Word of God as their foundation, prayer as their passion and evangelism as their battle cry.

The Master’s Commission International Network of Affiliates are Master’s Commission programs that share the same heart and desire for character, integrity and discipleship.  If a Master’s Commission program is recognized and backed by the MCIN, then it meets the standards and mirrors the original heart of this movement and will be designated as an “Affiliate”.  Each Affiliate of the MCIN that is in good standing shall have a non-exclusive license to use the registered trade name of Master’s Commission® & Master’s Commission International Network®.  The legal use of the name of Master’s Commission® & Master’s Commission International Network® by anyone or any Affiliate Member of the MCIN is contingent upon avoiding any violation of the enclosed Requirements and Core Values of an MCIN Affiliate Member and the observation of such other requirements as MCIN may impose from time to time.

The purpose of MCIN is to be a training center which enhances established programs and sets a firm foundation for beginning programs.  As a training center, our focus is to strategically design gatherings to strengthen our unity and to equip leaders to raise a nation of leaders.  For beginning programs there are seminars, literature and M.C. directors available to train and mentor.  We are a family committed not only to the success of programs but also to the people giving their lives to the cause of Jesus Christ.
 
West Coast Bible College & Seminary has partnered with numerous MC groups from throughout the US and beyond to make a great discipleship program, even more powerful! If you've ever wanted an on-campus college experience that teaches real-life ministry, then contact MCIN today.

Masters Commission Discipleship Application ($75)

MASTERS COMMISSION ANNUAL TUITION PAYMENT ($800 - 1 OF 2 PAYMENTS)
NEW DEGREE PLAN

Masters Commission Annual Tuition Payment ($800 - 1 of 2 payments)
OLD DEGREE PLAN

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PAYMENTS

NO REFUND POLICY

Since our tuition costs are so low, once a student has paid for a course or has registered we DO NOT offer ANY financial refunds. Immediately upon your payment, our professors get paid, as do our office staff for their contributions to your education. When you click to make a payment below, you are acknowledging that you have read this statement and are in full agreement. We put this statement here to make sure there are no miscommunications. ALL payments are made via PayPal, so we never have any financial information on any of our students. 

MAKE A DONATION

PAY BY CLASS OR DEGREE IN OUR STORE

Add all the classes you want or pay your tuition in full in our store. 


Life Learning Credits ($75 per class or included with Tuition Payment in Full)
You will be redirected to a Wufoo form to fill out and submit.

Transcript Request Form ($10)
You will be redirected to a Wufoo form to fill out and submit.

Change of Major Request Fee ($50)
You will be redirected to a Wufoo form to fill out and submit.

Diploma One-Time Payment ($450)

Doctoral Research Project Fee

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PERSONNEL

ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Kevin Harrison, President
Dr. Robert Condly - Vice President of Academics
Dr. Antonio Oliveira - Vice President of Missions
Rebecca Harrison, M.Ed. - Vice President of Student Services

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DOCTORAL LEVEL FACULTY

Steven Brooks - Worship Program Coordinator
Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies, DWS
Azusa Pacific University, MA
Azusa Pacific University, BA

Robert Condly - Bible Program Coordinator
Marquette University, PhD
Fuller Theological Seminary, MA
Oral Roberts University, BA

Steven J. Condly
University of Southern California, PhD
University of California at Los Angeles, MEd
Oral Roberts University, BA

Nika Davis
Houston Graduate School of Theology, DMin
Southwestern Theological Seminary, MDiv
Texas A&M University, BS
Additional Studies: Tarleton State University & Sam Houston University

Yvette Garcia - Ministry Studies Department Head
Baylor University, PhD Studies in Church History (in progress)
Gordon Conwell Seminary, DMin
Abiliene Christian University, MDiv
Abiliene Christian University, MS
Texas Christian University, BS

Kevin Harrison, President
Luther Rice Seminary, DMin
Trinity Seminary, MRE
Southwestern Assemblies of God University, BS
 (double major in Christian Education and Pastoral Ministries)
Additional Studies: Texas Tech University

Antonio Carlos Oliveira, Vice-President
University of Sao Paulo, JD
Faculdade de Direito de Pinhal , BA

Al Sarno - Counseling Program Coordinator
Capella University, PhD
Pillsbury College & Seminary, DHum
Nova Southeastern University, MS
Palm Beach Atlantic University, BS
Additional Studies: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Lynn Waller
Texas Tech University, PhD
Eastern New Mexico University, MA
Oral Roberts University, BA
Panhandle State University, BA

Jimmy White - Ministries Program Coordinator
Oral Roberts University, DMin
Oral Roberts University, MDiv
Southwestern Assemblies of God University, BA

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MASTER LEVEL FACULTY

Carl Dorvil, MBA (Business Program Coordinator)
Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business, MBA
Southern Methodist University, BS
(triple major in Economics, Public Policy, and Psychology Cum Laude with Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa from Southern Methodist University) 

Becky Harrison, M.Ed. (General Education Program Coordinator)
Southwestern Assemblies of God University, MEd
Mississippi State University, BS

Michelle Fleming, MLS (Librarian)
Texas Women's University, MLS
University of Houston - Clear Lake, BS

Shaun Miles, MDiv (Missions Program Coordinator)
Luther Rice Seminary, (DMin in progress)
Liberty University, MDiv
Grand Canyon University, MCS
Baptist College of Florida, BA

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FAQ'S

Why is the cost of a degree at WCBCS so much less expensive than other traditional colleges?

We know that when some people look at the cost they might get alarmed and wonder how is the cost of a degree so inexpensive. The answer is simple: When you go to a traditional school, the majority of your tuition is going to two things: Facilities and Faculty. Since we only pay for office space and not large buildings, we have less expenses to "pass on to the students". Additionally, our professors have bought into the vision of training ministers and have agreed to teach as a part-time ministry. Bottom line: Our desire is to train ministers cost-effectively and not create what we call "disciples of debt".

Read this Yahoo NEWS Story on "Why Colleges Could Go Bankrupt" 

How long do I have to complete a class?

At WCBCS, we understand that life can change not only on a daily basis; but on a minute-by-minute basis. Your class syllabus provides a guideline to help you stay focused so you can finish your degree ASAP, but it is merely a suggestion. In reality, most students take a month or more to complete a class. However, you only have 2 months to complete a class without being required to take another class in it's place. Additionally, you have 5 years to complete your degree at the bachelor level and 3 years to complete your degree at the Master and Doctoral levels.

Why should I choose WCBCS?

The answer is really simple: At West Coast Bible College and Seminary we place a strong emphasis on addressing the practical issues facing ministers on an everyday basis and equipping them to handle the “real-life” challenges and responsibilities of ministry. You will get a top-notch Bible-based education from successful and gifted leaders that you will be able to apply immediately where you're at...and all this is at a cost anyone can afford!

When can I enroll?

We have open enrollment which means that you can enroll at any time of the year.  This is a self-paced program which can be completed at your own leisure. 

Where can I order my transcripts?

Transcripts can be ordered by going to www.westcoastbible.org/payments: and selecting the TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM. Transcripts CANNOT be ordered in person. 

Will my professors be academically qualified?

All WCBCS professors hold a degree for, at least, the level they are teaching.  In addition, they are proven leaders in their field who can give you the practical insight you need to succeed. Some courses will even be taught by a team of teachers who can provide various viewpoints on any given subject. 

West Coast Bible College and Seminary keeps all student records and personal information private and will not release that information without the written consent of the student

Do you have scholarships?

After receiving accreditation, WCBCS will be offering a Church Worker Scholarship which will allow students to reduce the cost of their tuition. More details will be coming on this soon, as will an application.. 

What will my diploma look like?

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Can I change my major?

Students may change their major at WCBCS by going to the PAYMENTS page and clicking on the link.. There is a $50 change of major fee. Upon payment you will be redirected to a form that will allow you choose a new major.

What is the mission of WCBCS?

The mission of West Coast Bible College & Seminary is to honor God by educating and ministering to a diverse community of students for the purpose of developing servant-leaders who will radically impact the world where they live with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We accomplish this through biblically based programs and services that have an appreciation of past traditions, but that utilize cutting-edge technology and the latest resources to equip our student for the future.

Do you give refunds on tuition or fees?

Our policy is that WE DO NOT GIVE ANY REFUNDS on tuition or fees that have been submitted since our fee structures are already so inexpensive and all of our professors are paid upon payment received.

Do you currently accept the Army's GI Bill for tuition?

Unfortunately, at this time we do not. We have, however, been in discussions to begin the process but we are unsure of how long that could take and we are assured that it will happen in the future. Once again, however, the cost of WCBCS makes it affordable for everyone!

How many classes will I need to take to graduate?

All bachelor degrees require 120 (40 classes) to graduate, master's degrees are 36 hours (12 classes), and doctoral degrees are 45 hours   (9 classes plus the final project). All students are required to complete a minimum 30 hours (10 classes) to complete any degree.  There are no exceptions to this requirement. Please see your specific degree plan.

Are WCBCS degrees recognized outside of the state of Texas?

Yes. Please see your specific state for details.

Has WCBCS received legal approval to grant degrees in the state of Texas?

WCBCS completely complies with all the laws of the state of Texas and is authorized to grant degrees.

Non-Discrimination Policy

West Coast Bible College and Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or marital status.

Confidentiality Policy

West Coast Bible College and Seminary keeps all student records and personal information private and will not release that information without the written consent of the student.

Equal Opportunity Statement

West Coast Bible College & Seminary provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, West Coast Bible College & Seminary complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. West Coast Bible College & Seminary expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of West Coast Bible College & Seminary’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including termination.