Inner Mongolia Bible School to Celebrate 30th Founding Anniv.
By Grace Zhi, September 07, 2017 08:09 AM
The Inner Mongolia Bible School will hold its 30th founding anniversary celebration on Tuesday evening. The celebration will be broadcast live on Sina Weibo, a popular social media platform in China.
The school's official website shares that it was formerly the Inner Mongolia Training Class founded in 1987. It offers programs with a time range from half a year to three years. It has 900 graduates, and is subordinate to the Inner Mongolia CCC&TSPM.
The curriculum mainly covers the Bible, theology, philosophy, literature, management, church history, patriotic education, and foreign languages.
In 2008, it added a two-year sacred music program to meet the need of local churches. The first batch of 26 graduates and two students who completed the courses without diplomas finished the program in July 2010 and another 25 graduates in July 2012.
Currently, it has a faculty of ten full-time teachers, twelve part-time teachers, and ten staff.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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