Calvary Chapel Bible College Kaua‘i to start spring session

Leaders of the Calvary Chapel Bible College – Kauai Extension Campus will start their spring semester Thursday, with a verse-by-verse study of the book of Hebrews, they said in a press release.

This is church leaders’ third semester of the Bible College program.

“We have a small lecture, but we’re hoping to expand,” said program coordinator Nannette Keao.

This semester’s class will be taught by a member of Calvary Chapel, Mike Lagana, who co-taught the first semester of the Bible College program with the church’s pastor, Bob Hallman.

So far, there are 14 students enrolled in the class.

“It’s a little more intense than a Bible study because there’s real homework and real exams,” Keao said. “It’s been a desire of Pastor Bob Hallman’s to have a campus for missionaries.

That’s kind of his vision.” The classes will be held at the Calvary Chapel Kauai in the Kaua‘i Village shopping center in Waipouli.

The Calvary Chapel Bible College offers two degrees: an associate’s degree in theology, and a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies. There are extension campuses all over the world.

Classes taken through the Kauai Extension Campus will apply toward the degree programs, and are also available for students enrolling for personal enrichment. For further information about Calvary Chapel Bible College worldwide, visit the Web site at Correspondence classes are also available.


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