WWBI Online – Registration is Open for Semester 1
Theologian Michael Vlach cites “Biblical Illiteracy in the Church” as his final concern in “The 9 Most Important Issues Facing the Evangelical Church.” He agrees with George Barna’s assessment that “the Christian body in America is immersed in a crisis of biblical illiteracy.” The crisis of biblical illiteracy in the church has resulted in a famine of basic Bible Knowledge. Christians used to be known as “people of one book.” Sure, they read, studied and shared other books. But the book they cared about more than all others combined was the Bible. They memorized it, meditated on it, talked about it and taught it to others. We don’t do that anymore, and in a very real sense we’re starving ourselves to death.
WWBI grew out of a vision to address that anomaly by providing a cost effective tool for use by the local church. But in the last 30 years we’ve seen a seismic shift not only in the church, but in culture, families and society as well. As a result, the leadership team of Source of Light Ministries, Intl’, Advanced Biblical Studies Department has determined to provide the same 3 year basic Bible Institute Curriculum, which WWBI offers to missions and churches around the world, to the individual child of God seeking to; “shew himself or herself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15)
Whether you are a High School student, anticipating graduation and are seeking to do self-study in an affordable Gap-Year program to earn college credit; or are an adult layperson seeking to equip yourself for ministry, WWBI Online can help you meet and accomplish those goals. We invite you to explore the site and register for Semester 1 or you can contact us with any questions you may have. Why not begin today!
As Archbishop Thomas Cranmer prayed; Blessed Lord, you who caused all Holy Scripture to be written for our instruction: Help us so to hear them, to read, note, learn, and inwardly digest them that by patience and comfort of your holy Word, we may embrace and forever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen. (The Book of Common Prayer). May we do the same