Over the summer, the Indiana Bible College campus has undergone a series of building improvement projects. One of the largest and most visible of these projects began with the exterior. Painting contractors began to power wash, tape off, prime, and finally paint the outside of the building. In the final stages of this project, metal trim, railing, and the iconic “Indiana Bible College” and “1502” lettering have been painted with black accent colors against the clean paint.
In addition to fresh paint, new concrete was laid in the form of a stairway, a new external patio, and in key entry areas. On the inside of the building, maintenance crews have been stripping and waxing tile floors throughout the main campus. This includes each of the hallways, the student lobby, and the girls’ dormitory.
Beyond maintenance of the physical building, Indiana Bible College has been developing a restructured curriculum and shooting video lectures to become part of the Online Learning program. A preview of online lecture material was made available for free through the Online Apostolic Doctrine Workshop. This free workshop included ten sessions mirroring several courses within the Online Learning program. These lectures were captured using newly acquired high-quality cameras. These lectures will start to be integrated into the Online Learning program. For more information about the Online Learning program, visit indianabiblecollege.online. If you would like to view example sessions from the Online Apostolic Doctrine Workshop and view sessions like Soteriology with Rev. Bobby J. Killmon, Theology of Leadership with Rev. Jason D. Gallion, Book of Acts with Rev. Joshua B. Carson, and several others, we are offering special access to the readers of IBC Perspectives. Visit go2ibc.com/perspectivespreview to access these premium lectures!
Indiana Bible College is looking forward to a strong incoming freshmen class. We estimate 115 incoming freshmen and 250 total on-campus students, not including part-time/off-campus, IBC en Español, or Online Learning students. Indiana Bible College is moving forward under the vision of President and Pastor of Calvary Tabernacle, Joshua B. Carson. While many new and exciting changes are happening, our mission remains the same: to train tomorrow’s Apostolic leaders and instill within them a deep love and commitment to truth.