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The Lord, through NABC has provided me a rich foundation for Christian Service; an unforgettable part of my journey with Christ." - Ferd Feola

 


 

NABC is a missions school. With its price and focus, it is THE place to go to prepare for a ministry as a missionary." - Greg Elmore

 


 

This school is so extraordinary. I challenge you to come. God is in this place." - Heath Oxendine


About

Native American Bible College (NABC) is dedicated to investing in the next generation! NABC trains men and women for Christian ministries in the church and to the Indian population in a missions oriented cross-cultural environment.
Although the primary focus of Native American Bible College has been to train Native Americans for Christian ministry, NABC opens its doors to all races and ethnicities to prepare the next generation for the Christian leadership roles to which God has called them.

 

NABC offers Bible-centered ministerial training in a cross-cultural setting. Situated in the heart of Lumbee Indian country in rural North Carolina, NABC presents serious-minded next generation men and women opportunity to lay aside the distractions of life and to focus more deeply on growing "in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ" (2 Peter 3:18), while preparing for their calling. Spirit-filled instructors encourage academic excellence, yet spiritual development and opportunity for practical experience are not neglected. Chapel services and prayer times enhance spiritual growth and connecting with local churches provides practical ministry experience.
Whether the goal of the student is pastoral, missionary, or local church leadership, NABC exists to help equip the next generation for that calling.

 

Facts

Founded: 1968

 

President: Rev. James A. Keys

 

Degrees Offered: A.R.E., B.R.E.

 

Requirements:
High School Diploma or GED
and Pastoral Recommendation

 

Application Deadline:
Fall - August 1
Spring - December 1

 

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Financial

Financial Aid:
Institutional and VA

 

Students Receiving Financial Aid: 40%

 

Tuition/Fees: $1,440

 

Room:
Shared - $1,440
Private - $2,400

 

Board: $2,400

 

Total Cost: $5,280 - $6,240

 

 


Students

Enrollment: 40
35% male, 65% female

 

Student/Teacher Ratio: 4:1

 

Freshmen Information:
Average high school GPA: 3.29

 

On-Campus Housing:
Single Student

 

 


Activities

 

Music Groups
Worship teams: 2

 

Contact

Mail:
P.O. Box 248
355 Albert Currie Road
Shannon, NC 28386

 

Phone: 910.843.5304
Admissions: 910.843.5304 x120
Financial Aid: 910.843.5304 x111

 

Online:
Web: nativeamericanbiblecollege.org
E-mail: admissions@nativeamericanbiblecollege.org
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