Vision and Purpose

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We acknowledge the fact that the Church should put out as many men and women in the harvest field as workers because of the times. It is, however, quite shocking to find how many Bible schools and seminaries are sending people out as “pastors”  while they are still ill-equipped with Biblical knowledge and understanding and some not even called for the ministry.

With this in mind and from personal experience in the field, our vision is to:

The Purpose:

BinaH Advanced Bible College firmly believes in the following scripture:

The Word commands us to make disciples and not pastors, prophets or doctors in Theology.  Although it is not entirely wrong, the focus of the church should be right and our activities aligned with the focus. People should be trained to be disciples first and foremost and it is God’s prerogative to call them to a “higher office” – to be part of the 5-fold ministry. Thereafter we should be able and available to train and equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills.  Training and knowledge goes hand in hand with the calling to the ministry, in the same sense that the Apostles/disciples had at least a 3 year period of training under the Master Himself.


The establishment of this Bible College was done purely because of the need that exists for the deeper knowledge  of the Word of God. Therefore the focus will also be on the personal and advanced level of equipping and teaching.  All program leaders on staff have vast experience in the ministry and they bring a richness of knowledge, insight and experience to the table through the lectures and personal facilitation sessions.