Ministry

Roadmap


Start. We will help guide you through your journey.

Calling


Discern God’s purpose.

Discipleship


Growing mature followers of Jesus Christ.

Scripture


Learn God’s Word.

Serving


Serve God’s world.

Calling


Discern God’s purpose.

Discipleship


Growing mature followers of Jesus Christ.

Scripture


Learn God’s Word.

Serving


Be the hands and feet.

Bachelor of Arts in

Biblical Studies

A preparatory ministry degree program with five different emphases designed to equip students to be biblical disciple-makers with a solid grasp of scripture and a passionate heart for gospel-centered ministry.

New Degree Options

Workplace Ministry Degree with specializations in your vocation of choice completed through a community or technical college.

Lancaster Bible College Partnership
Degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, Communications, Criminal Justice, Healthcare Management, Marketing, and Sports Management through online partnership with Lancaster Bible College in Pennsylvania.

Pursue the Summit

Join this family of brothers and sisters where we work together, pray together, study together, and play together.

Pursue the Summit

Join this family of brothers and sisters where we work together, pray together, study together, and play together.

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 “What I learned in Bible College has prepared me for the ‘practical’ side of ministry because the foundations of discipline, biblical knowledge, counseling, shepherding, and interacting with people were developed.”

Kyle Lockhart (Bachelor’s Graduate & Senior Pastor)

 “Discipleship is at the very core of who we are at Montana Bible College. Our deepest desire is for our students to not only be equipped with Biblical knowledge but in becoming passionate Christ followers that put the transformational work of their studies into Great Commission endeavors.”

Micah Forsythe