Front Range Bible Institute
Dr. Tim Dane’s Auto Accident: Many of you may have heard by now that Dr. Dane was in a serious car accident Tuesday evening. He is in ICU at Penrose Main with a broken pelvis, broken ribs, partially collapsed lung, and other painful injuries, which thankfully do not appear to be life-threatening. Please pray for Tim’s full recovery, and for his wife, Karen, and their children. Pray also that we at FRBI would make wise decisions in regards to covering Tim’s FRBI responsibilities for the rest of the Winter quarter, and the upcoming Spring quarter. We will keep you informed, but at this point Dr. Dane’s two Winter 2021 courses, BST 602 Theology II and BST 701 Apologetic, will not meet tomorrow, Thursday March 4, 2021. In addition, Dr. Dane will not be teaching his two Spring 2021 courses, BST 603 Theology III and FMT503 Bible Teaching / Preaching Methods.
Spring 2021 Course Schedule
Tuesday March 30 - Thursday June 10, 2021
- Survey & Theology courses may be taken out of order.
- Try any listed course for 3 weeks without obligation.
- Listed courses may be taken as a remote student using our ecampus website.
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And Our Commitment to:
The inerrancy & sufficiency of Holy Scripture.
A student’s growth in personal holiness and overall development.
Godly character, scholastic excellence & ministry commitment.
Sound doctrine, Bible interpretation & expository teaching.
Local church importance, support & involvement.
God’s progressive glorification through the equipping of His people.
Class size that promotes intimacy, accountability & discipleship.
The affordability & accessibility of all our academic programs.