President’s Post

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College Days were held here recently on our NBBI campus. Men and women in grades 11 and 12 and those who already graduated, gathered on campus for a Thursday evening rally, November 11th and returned home Saturday morning, November 13th. While here on campus, we had a very encouraging time of rallies, music, testimonies and the sharing of God’s Word. Our guests were able to sit in on some key classes as well as participate with our students in sports and an afternoon coffee house. We had about 45 perspective students here and a good percentage said they were definitely interested in attending New Brunswick Bible Institute. Our guests came from Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine. Once again, our student body did a great job of welcoming, entertaining and ministering to these young people who came to look at our school. We are praying that each one will seek and find God’s will for their life and that many would be lead of the Lord to NBBI.

This past week it was my privilege to minister at Rothesay Baptist Church in Rothesay, NB on Sunday, November 14th. I had our men’s music team “Alive” with me and they were able to sing and testify and I was privileged to preach the Word of God. I am thankful for Pastor Lindsay Taylor and his wife, as well as Pastor Barry Todd and his wife for their hospitality to myself and the music team. Rothesay Baptist Church has a great impact in their area on the outskirts of Saint John, NB. It has been and continues to be greatly used of the Lord. New Brunswick Bible Institute has many grads and friends at Rothesay Baptist and it was good to see so many of them and receive words of encouragement and support.

I am thankful that NBBI is able to partner with and support many local churches, Christian families, business and individual believers who have a visions for evangelism, discipleship and fulfilling the Great Commission in our generation.

Post by: Dr. R. Barry Beebe, NBBI President


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