Steinbach Bible College invites applications for the position of Receptionist. The Receptionist plays a vital role in greeting guests and students as well as providing necessary support for the faculty and staff.
Steinbach Bible College invites applications for the position of Dean of Men. The Dean of Men joins the Student Development Team, which is responsible for the physical, spiritual and social development of students on campus.
Steinbach Bible College is excited to announce some new appointments within the college taking effect this summer. Patrick Friesen will be transitioning into the role of Dean of Student Development together with a larger teaching role. Taking on the role of registrar will be Arlene Friesen.
It’s difficult to believe, but another year of training servant leaders at Steinbach Bible College has already come to a close. Dorms, classrooms, and halls are quiet after a rich weekend of graduation celebrations. Many graduates experience a significant range of emotions as they mark this milestone: pride in their achievements, relief at having completed their studies, excitement for future plans, and sadness as they leave the close-knit community of friends, faculty, and staff of SBC.
Online Learning is now available at SBC! You can earn a certificate in ministry studies, or finish a degree you’ve already started, without having to leave your current situation. Clinton Friesen tells how the new option is helping him train as a servant leader while serving overseas:
Sunday March 24, 2013, in a valiant come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Ice Runners, the SBC Flames took home the Silver Eye Sports Men’s Hockey Playoff Championship Trophy!
After trailing 0-2 in the 1st period, Flames goalie Kyle Dueck repeatedly shut the door, giving forwards Jason Wolfe, Trevor Reimer, and Zach Friesen a chance to score goals and tie the game up 3-3 in the 3rd.
SBC's powerful drama Jesus: Messiah, presented March 21-24, received wonderfully positive reviews. Over twenty students, alumni, and community actors, under the direction of Richard Klassen (Candlewick Productions) presented a moving drama that gave a glimpse into the thoughts and reactions of Christ's disciples, family, the religious leaders, and the public during His Passion Week.
Hunches are good, but data is better. This is the axiom which spurred those of us at Steinbach Bible College to conduct a survey of youth ministries within our constituency. What we wanted was a clearer picture of what was happening in the youth groups of our churches. Over the past couple of months we have been collecting information from across our constituent churches. What is presented below is a snapshot of the data that we have collected so far.
When we looked at the size of youth groups we noticed that no matter the size of the church there is a noticeable drop in the number of grade 12. This raises some interesting questions.