Because of the ongoing restrictions and regulations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are re-scheduling our graduation exercises to Saturday, September 26th at 2:00 p.m.

This graduation will be limited in size and open to family members of graduates, by invitation only, not to the general public. Meals and accommodations will not be provided for invited guests. They are encouraged to find these off campus

We are sorry to have to limit this but we trust you will understand and pray that this will be an exciting time for our 2020 graduates.

 

 

 

Dear Supporter:

This has been a challenging year thus far. We are living in a world and dealing with challenges that we never saw coming when 2020 began. I have been reminded that life is fragile and unpredictable and we are not in control like we often think we are. Moses faced his own unique challenges. He began his life barely escaping death, only to spend the next 40 years in the lap of luxury. He then endured another 40 years living in obscurity on the backside of the desert. His final 40 years were spent wandering the wilderness with a discontented people who were rebellious and unthankful. Yet Moses speaks these penetrating words in Psalm 90:1 “Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations.” What is it that Moses is saying? No matter what life brings our way, with all of its challenges, disappointments and trials, when we are dwelling with God it makes the journey worthwhile.

I believe this coming year can be a powerful life-transforming experience for each of you. Moses was encouraged because he was dwelling with God and not distracted by the events that surrounded him. Keep your eyes on Jesus and let’s move forward together for God’s glory

New Brunswick Bible Institute is striving to provide a safe and healthy campus environment for all of our students, faculty and staff. With this in mind, we have established guidelines and reconfigured our campus in anticipation of the fall semester. It is our desire to create the best possible learning environment for all students so that they may grow in their faith and flourish in their walk with the Lord. We want every member of the NBBI family to feel safe and secure as they begin their studies with us. Our mission of training believers in God’s Word has not changed and that still remains our primary objective.

Yours to count on,

Matthew Little

President