No, they can arrive separately, but we do need all the forms before we can accept you as a student.
Despite our culture’s pressure to be individualistic, we challenge our students to attempt to respectfully and modestly fit into whatever community God has placed them in, rather than attempt to be distinct from the community. Please dress appropriate to the surroundings. Mutual respect and consideration between believers requires an ongoing discussion within the body of Christ. Our desire is to foster an environment where we can challenge each other to continually evaluate our lives and choices under the light of God’s Word and consider how our choices may impact those around us.
Ethnos360 Bible Institute is the first step in Ethnos360's overall training program. As a mission, we feel it is vital to send out missionaries who are adequately prepared for the task set before them. We believe that it is critical to establish believers in the foundational truths of the Bible, not only as it pertains to their ministries as they communicate and teach, but also in their own relationship with God. Practical missionary training takes place in the next step, at the Missionary Training Center in Missouri. Orientation and ongoing training take place on the mission field.
The Missionary Training Center is a two year program that equips you with practical skills vital to cross-cultural church-planting. Click on the link to read more about the MTC program.
Although Ethnos360 Bible Institute is not accredited, a number of Christian colleges and universities do accept our credits. See Accreditation and Credit Transfer for more details, including lists of colleges and universities who accept our credits.