Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. (2 Tim 2:15,16)
Pastor David Warner
Faithful Baptist College is a ministry of Faithful Baptist Church of College Station, Texas.
It was previously a ministry of Faithful Baptist Church of Omak, WA.
If you have just enrolled in our College, please click the 'Videos' link at the left and then watch the Introductory video.
Please regularly check the "New News" below
Please let me know if you have any troubles viewing the videos or notes. Troubleshooting link
Pastor Warner's email: email@example.com
Faithful Baptist Church, P.O. Box 11756, College Station, Texas 77842
Currently meeting at 1820 Laura Ln, College Station
Old College Site -www.BibleCollegeVideos.com
[Has some helpful links for new students]
03-24-15 The Master's Program has an updated and more generous enrollment policy.
03-10-15 The Doctoral Program Enrollment Policy has changed. It is much more accomodating now.
01-16-15 For our exams on Classmarker, the time limits for taking an exam have been updated and are as follows: Bachelor Program is @ 3 minutes per question; Masters Program is @ 2.5 minutes per question; Doctorate Program is @ 2 minutes per question. The countdown clock at the top of the exam page will correctly reflect these changes.
01-06-15 Here is an update to the exam-taking protocol. There has been some changes made to the 'retake' policy. Updated Exam-taking Policy
12-24-14 We will begin another cycle of going through the 4 year undergraduate coursework beginning in late January, 2015. We plan to go through one course at a time, starting with Church History. At first we will be progressing at a moderately slow pace, and then will eventually be at about 5 to 6 hours per week of lecture. Revisions will be made to the coursework and exams as appropriate. You do not have to switch to this new 'cycle'. However, it will eventually replace the older version, year by year.
We will be starting our Doctorate program in February, 2015. We will keep you posted on this as we move closer to that date. It will be a much more challenging format and content than the Master's program.