Applications to Fruitland Baptist Bible College due Dec. 1, 2019
Objective: Students will have a working knowledge of Biblical Counseling, understand the process, gain experience, and be prepared to engage in effective Biblical Counseling ministry in the local church and address special counseling needs. Biblical Counseling is an effective disciple making process that will multiply the number of disciple makers.
Benefits Include: Receiving academic credit at Fruitland and a Fruitland Biblical Counseling Certificate; 151 page student notebook, counseling articles, textbooks and learning from counseling videos; Sessions led by Fruitland Professor Michael Greene, Director of Biblical Counseling, Richland Creek Community Church, Wake Forest, NC, and experienced Counselor.
Application to Fruitland: Go on line at www.fruitland.edu and complete student application before Dec. 1. (Printed application forms in Association Office). A one-time processing fee of $50 is due with application. Lisa Jackson at Fruitland, 828-685-8886, can assist you with application.
Registration for Counseling 402: After submitting application, go on line and complete the brief registration form by Dec. 1 for Counseling 402. Once registration is complete Fruitland will send you a balance due form on line. Payment is due before the first class on Jan. 13.
Costs: $175 per class minus $50 scholarship plus textbooks (about $19 per book) = about $144. New students must pay before the first class, Jan. 13, for the 2nd Quarter class. Payments can be made on line at 1-800-696-2215 with Deb Williamson.
Class Schedules: Winter Class, 2020- Jan. 13, 27, Feb. 10, 24, March 9 –6-9 pm.
Fruitland is a ministry of the Cooperative Program of the Baptist State Convention of NC. If you have questions contact John Hamm, North Roanoke Association, 252-443-3883, or Bill Mackey, Fruitland Off Campus Coordinator, 919-219-5642, email@example.com.