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Anyone desiring to enroll in the The Gospel and the Preacher Bible School course can sign up in the ERC foyer. Registration information is available in the ERC foyer and also online at www.gpbibleschool.org. Application forms and tuition payments should be submitted to:
6810 Blacklick-Eastern Rd
Pickerington, OH 43147.
Applications must be received by February 24, 2021. Tuition payments must be received by March 6, 2021.
Tuition for the Bible School course is $150 per person. The tuition must be paid in full by Saturday, March 6, 2021 in order to attend the classes. Tuition is nonrefundable. Payment plans are available, please contact the Gospel and The Preacher Bible School for more firstname.lastname@example.org.
GP Bible School is all online 2021
All the 2021 GP Spring Courses will be offered completely online. All students will be assigned an advisor who will provide support for them through the duration of the course. Students’ advisors will be their primary contact and the liaison between the administration of the Bible School and the student. All assignments, questions, etc. are to be submitted to the students’ advisor, who will in turn grade and return assignments and answer questions.
All students will be given access to the GP Portal where they will watch videos, receive and submit homework assignments, and track their grades. The video stream of each week’s class will be available on the website for a seven-day period (Saturday – Friday). Each week the videos will post 9:00 am Eastern Standard Time. After midnight on Friday, the video stream will no longer be available. The video streams should only be viewed by students currently enrolled in The Gospel and the Preacher online course.
Various assignments will be issued by the instructors of the Bible School course. Assignments are to be completed and submitted electronically to the student by midnight on Friday of the weekend following the video postdate.
A passing homework grade, a passing final exam grade, and completion of all public preaching assignments are requirements for receiving Certificate of Completion.
Since GP will be online, attendance will be tracked by logins into the portal. It is not necessary that you login on Saturday morning, but instead you can login to the GP Portal sometime during the week that works with your schedule.
We want to make sure everyone is successful and is able to get all that the Lord has for them from these courses. Please let your advisor know if you experience any technical difficulties. You can also send an email to email@example.com.
Classes begin on Saturday, March 6 at 9:00 am Eastern Standard time. Students will have one week to complete their assignments and turn them in.
Every student will complete a 5 minute preaching assignment via Zoom during week 11. You may invite your family and friends to attend. This time of preaching is always very powerful. Even if you are nervous about public speaking, you will have such a deep understanding of the gospel message by the time you have to preach that you will be amazed at how it will flow from you. You have a team of instructors, advisors, and administrators who are here to support you through this journey. Don’t worry, we will walk you through this every step of the way.
The final exam will be given online in week 12. You will need to take the exam in one sitting. You will need a proctor for the exam. This information will be provided to you at open house and again the week before exams.
Graduation will be held via Zoom on Sunday, June 6, 2021. Your family and friends can attend to help you celebrate your accomplishment.
All students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner reflecting and representing the Character of Christ at all times. This includes, but is not limited to legal, ethical and moral conduct that is explicitly defined in scripture. Violations of the Student Code of Honor include tobacco use, illegal drug use, drinking alcoholic beverages, sexual misconduct (including adultery, fornication, and homosexual behavior), viewing of any pornographic materials, verbal or physical abuse, disrespect for authority, and academic dishonesty of any sort, including but not limited to lying, cheating and plagiarism. Any violation of the Student Code of Honor is cause for immediate dismissal. Tuition will not be refunded.
A Certificate of Completion will only be given to those who successfully complete the requirements of the course. It signifies that you have pressed into the things of God, submitted to the purposeful requirements given by leadership, and allowed the Holy Spirit to shape and mold you during this season of transformation and consecration. If you are unable to meet the requirements for a Certificate of Completion, you may continue to attend classes, but you will not be issued a Certificate of Completion and tuition will not be refunded.
These guidelines are for the purpose of establishing Godly values and disciplines in your life and the means of attaining a spirit of excellence. Our goal is to remove all excuses and mindsets that leave room for excuses in our lives. What we make excuses for will result in us no longer placing value in the things of the kingdom of God. What we become familiar with and lose value in will ultimately leave our lives. However, what we sacrifice for will be highly valued, and what we highly value in the Kingdom of God will increase our capacity to receive more from God! Remember the parable of the Pearl of Great Price:
Matthew 13:45,46 (NIV) “Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant looking for fine pearls. When hefound one of great value, he went away and sold everything he had and bought it.”
This is an excellent opportunity to “sell-out” for the best that God desires for you! Let's place great value in all that is within His kingdom and get it into your possession!
A high-speed internet connection is required in order avoid technical problems and buffering while viewing the online video streams. Each online student will be assigned a username and password for accessing the video streams. It is the student’s responsibility to test his/her login prior to the first day of class in order to ensure successful login.
- A dual core or quad core processor of 2.0 GHz or faster
- A current anti-virus application
- 8GB RAM or greaterr
- 60 GB hard drive or larger
- High-speed Internet connection
- Monitor and video card with 1024x768 ppi or greater resolution
- Sound card with speakers
- CD ROM
- Inkjet or laser printer (optional)
- Email address
- The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox
- Adobe® Reader® DC
- Microsoft® Office 2010 or later