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Nipawin Bible College


Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • Second Career
  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships


Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Religious Studies, Theology Programs

  • The Foundations For Life program is designed as a foundational discipleship year, which will equip the student with a solid Biblical basis from which to pursue a career, vocational training, or university studies. The focus is on personal Christian growth, a foundational understanding of the Bible, and life application.
  • Upon completion of the two year program requirements, students will receive a Christian Ministry Diploma. This program is designed for those who anticipate ministry in their local church or simply want a solid base for further vocational training. The focus is on knowledge of the Scriptures, appreciation for the local church, and skill development for church ministry.
  • The Bachelor of Christian Ministry program offers an increasing degree of knowledge and leadership development as it builds onto the Christian Ministry Diploma courses (years 1 and 2). The program objectives are: a competent knowledge of Scripture, and attitude of servant leadership, and skill development for Christian ministry.
  • This program is designed for those anticipating involvement in ministry, whether full-time or lay ministry, and in leadership roles. The student will be further equipped to understand and communicate God's Word, counsel and nurture others, and provide Christ-like leadership. This program will equip the student with sound Bible knowledge and provide a base for those wishing to pursue further studies.

Nipawin Bible College

We value the Bible God’s Word is completely reliable and relevant in a world that is seeking answers. It is the final authority for life and the key to spiritual growth and effectiveness. We value spiritual growth We seek to know and love God, and seek to develop integrity of character, a sincere dedication to Christ, and a life of prayer. We value equipping Our goal is to equip people for humble and dedicated service for Christ by developing their spiritual gifts, and their minds for biblical thinking and discernment, through a balance of knowledge and practical experience. We value the community of believers Each individual should experience genuine relationship, grace, respect, compassion and development as a part of the Body of Christ. We value strategic partnership We seek to cooperate and integrate with the ministry of the local church, and other ministries whose goal is fulfilling the Great Commission. We value evangelism & missions We seek to cultivate compassion for the lost in an educational context that actively incorporates sharing the gospel, in both local and global contexts. 1. Self-identity Rooted in Christ - to clearly understand and constantly embrace that we are in Christ, a new creation in Christ and to live from that reality. (2 Cor 5:17; Gal 2:20) 2. Spirit-empowered Walk with God - to develop the reality of the Holy Spirit’s presence and strength in our daily life. (Gal 5:16-26; Eph 3:14-21) 3. Scriptural Conviction & Competence - to root beliefs and convictions upon the Scriptures, with breadth of understanding and sound interpretation. (2 Tim 2:15; 3:16) 4. Sharing the Gospel - to share the Gospel courageously and faithfully, with grace and truth. (Acts 1:8; Acts 4:23-31; Rom 1:16; Eph 6:18-20) 5. Servanthood - in following Jesus we will seek to serve like Jesus, resulting in a heart to serve others with compassion and commitment. (Mark 10:42-45; John 13; Phil 2) 6. Strong Church Connection - to commit to a local gathering of Christians for mutual love, instruction, encouragement and accountability because followers of Jesus never exist unto or for themselves. (Col 3:15,16; Heb 10:24-26)

*All student funding, whether made available privately or through various government branches, is only approved to those who qualify, by the original source of funding. There are many criteria that each candidate must meet to be approved. Schools can only inform you of what may be available.