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4 Sep 2015

Master’s Commission Bible Institute “Building Kingdom Builders”

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September 4, 2015 Category: Oasis Posted by:

The Master’s Commission Bible Institute is a four year, Spirit Filled Evangelical education ministry for the preparation of individuals for a lifestyle of successful Christian service. The president of the school is Bishop J.T. Cohen, Ph.D. who is a native of Philadelphia who has a passion to develop individuals to fulfill their God given destiny.

The Master’s Commission Bible Institute is designed for the busy working adult.

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“Classes meet one night per week, which is perfect for people who already have responsibilities to their family and their church” said Bishop Cohen.

“Most of our students are involved in ministry of some sort; our philosophy of education is to train believers while in the field.”

“There are many people who cannot afford to quit their job and go to school full time or even relocate. Master’s Commission Bible Institute brings the education to them at our easily accessible urban campus.”

The Master’s Commission Bible Institute offers accredited ministry degree programs.

The type of degrees earned through the Master’s Commission Bible Institute is what are referred to as Ministry Degrees and are not of a general academic nature. The courses taught and degrees earned are solely to prepare one for ministerial service. Our degree programs are Ministry Degrees which are designed solely for religious vocations.

The tuition at the Master’s Commission Bible Institute is affordable and payment plans are available.

“Many people who have pre-exiting financial obligations cannot afford another large debt. Many large schools have money as their motive. The Master’s Commission Bible Institute is an educational ministry which does not want to be economically burdensome to individuals who are already supporting a family and their local church”

Master’s Commission Bible Institute graduates fulfill most denomination’s and ministerial fellowship’s educational requirements for Ordination and have gone on to be Pastors, Chaplains, and Bishops in various types of ministries throughout the Philadelphia region.

Many students transfer credits from others schools, which MCBI accepts, and they may also have many years of ministry experience which are evaluated for credit toward one of MCBI’s accredited ministry degree programs.

An Open House is being held on Thursday evening September the 10th at 7PM for those who would like to learn more about the accredited ministry degrees offered by the Master’s Commission Bible Institute which is located at 1501 W. Cumberland St. Philadelphia.

For more information about the Master’s Commission Bible Institute, you may visit their website at www.mcbi.edu or call 1-800-787-5309.

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