Want to Learn the Bible?
Bible school can help you to learn the Bible. It can train you to be a Missionary, a Bible teacher or a Christian worker locally as well as globally.
Many of our graduates are serving the Lord in Maryland, in the United States and “to the uttermost parts of the Earth”, such as Azerbaijan, Peru, South Korea, Europe, and Africa.
“Our goal is to help you prepare for whatever God has in store for your future. We stand behind our motto Come, Grow & Go!”
Why Bible College?
MBC&S at a Glance
Programs of Study
Travel the world on mission trips, attend international conferences, or join other students on summer harvests trips.
Locally, take part in weekly evangelistic outreaches in surrounding communities.
100% one year tuition scholarship (does not include app and registration fee), for any high school graduate who has graduated within the previous 12 months.
30% discount for senior citizens (anyone over 62 years of age)
We want to work with you to determine if and how MBC&S can help with financial aid. The application for financial aid must be completed in person. If granted, financial aid is for one semester. Upon completion of one semester another application for financial aid must be submitted.
Visit us at 6023 Moravia Park Dr. Baltimore, MD 21206.
MBC&S is connected to a local church
Greater Grace Church is a Bible believing evangelical church that believes the bible is inspired in every word, it is inerrant and our ultimate authority.
A local church offers students the opportunity to grow in ministry, christian education and to learn the Bible in a practical way. It also provides a fellowship for students living away from home.
Visit Greater Grace at ggwo.org
Latest Blog & Photos
What’s happening at MBC&S
Latest Blog Posts
You race off to work, one thing follows the next, soon your day is over and you’re back at the start of another day. This post encourages us to find rest.
Your time here will be a struggle, and there’s no real “how-to” formula to keep you from leaving. So take these thoughts as coming from a student who is always struggling, always wrestling, and always wondering why he’s still here.
“Can I be an apologist?” Paul is using two important words in Philippians 1:16b that will help us answer the question, these two words are “set” and “defense.”