ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED!
ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED!
TO GOD BE THE GLORY
ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
Missionary Project Committee is a significant ministry of Jubilee that aims to help missionaries who are in need. Fundraising is to be done within the jubilee community. All are invited.
The 25th Graduation ceremony will be held on Thursday 25th March 2019 10:00 AM at the Rev. K.K. Mathew Chapel on JMBC campus.
Chief Guest, Mr. Wilfred Davidar I.A.S (Retired) will address the graduates. The St. Thomas Evangelical Church of India’s Presiding Bishop Dr. Thomas Abraham will confer degrees and certificates.
Missionary Conference 2016
Friday, February 19- Sunday, Feb 21.
Resource persons: Mr Gaddam Sudhir Kumar (State Secretary, UESI Telangana), Rev Samarendra Singh (JMBC graduate/FMPB), and Rev A V John (Director, Astha Kiran).
Theme: Banner for the Nations- Isaiah 62:10
The Lord enabled Rev. Dr. Sunny C John to visit the USA and promote Jubilee Memorial Bible College. It was also a time to connect with friends and donors.
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JMBC is introducing Master of Theology in Pastoral Theology and Counseling in the academic year starting in June 2015. Applications are invited from qualified candidates.
A minimum of second class in M.Div. or B.D. from ATA or Serampore with at least one year of ministry experience is the basic qualification to appear for the entrance exam.. Limited academic scholarships are available for meritorious students with proven records. Opportunities for counseling practicum under the supervision of well trained resident professors/practitioners are available. Internationally acclaimed teaching faculty are in the teaching team.
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JMBC makes concrete efforts to teach students to live according to the evangelical truths revealed in the sixty-six books of the Bible.
With the graduation and commissioning service on 20th of March another academic year has come to a close. We thank our almighty God for leading us this year. Sixteen men and women stepped out of this institution after being trained for two three, four and even five years. They will embark on a new journey as pastors, preachers, teachers, evangelists and pioneer missionaries. They came to us from diverse backgrounds and culture. Each with their unique disposition, talents, personality, and temperament lived and contributed in this community, studied and worked with people who were very different from them. Now they are sent out with the backing of our prayers and this is our prayer for the sixteen graduates this year; they may walk in His steps (I Pet 2:21). The graduation address was brought by Prof. Dr. Col. James Thomas.