Bible school FAQ's
|1.||Where do most students come from?
We have had students from Germany, England, Ireland, Guatemala, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Philippines, and all over the United States.
|2.||Is it possible to register early?
An early commitment is advised, because slots generally begin to fill in January. Timberline offers an early registration incentive each year.
|3.||How do I get to and From Denver International Airport?|
Home James Transportation provides daily service from DIA to the Fraser home office. On arrival days Timberline collects students from these offices. See their website for more information: www.ridehj.com regarding shuttle schedules which change with the seasons.
Amtrak also provides daily train service to Fraser.
|4.||What subjects are taught?
Fifteen+ books of the Bible: Overview of Old Testament and New Testament, Genesis, Exodus, Joshua, Post-Exilics, Minor Prophets, Isaiah, Matthew, John, Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Hebrews.
|5.||Topical Studies: Godly Masculinity/Femininity, Bible Study Skills, Prayer, Spiritual Gifts, Biblical Discipleship, Spiritual Disciplines, Spiritual Formation, Missions, Outdoor Education, Evangelism|
|6.||What are the outreaches?
Three types of mission experiences are Included in your Bible School and Discipleship Program tuition. Each student is a part of weekly local outreaches in the Fraser Valley and Denver. At the end of the first semester there is an urban mission trip, with a choice to serve with the New York School of Urban Ministry (NYSUM) in New York, or the Center for Student Missions (CSM) in Denver. (Those choosing the New York option will have an added airfare fee.) In the spring the community participates in an international mission trip possibly to San Jose, Costa Rica. These 7-10 day trips are designed to give a wide experience of mission work in cross-cultural settings.
|7.||Is the Bible School accredited?
As a nine-month Bible school, we are not regionally accredited, however, there is a growing list of Christian colleges that will allow students to transfer up to fifteen credit hours for studies completed here. Some examples are: Columbia International University, SC: http/www.ciu.edu/; Crown College, MN: http://www.crown.edu/; Oak Hills Christian College, MN: http://www.oakhills.edu/; and Colorado Christian University, CO http://www.ccu.edu/. We are pursuing more opportunities for credit transfer currently.
|8.||What are the meals like?
Meals are included with tuition. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided for the full length of the program.
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