EST. 1975

Nine months of teaching

through God’s Word

What is Bible school?

The goal of our Bible School program is to lay the foundation of what it means to be "in Christ" and how that affects one's day-to-day life. Although some of our students go on into vocational ministry after His Hill, many of them go into a secular university or head into the workforce. This program is not exclusive to those looking into "full-time ministry," but it is setup for the layperson to more clearly understand what it means to have a practical, living relationship with our Risen Savior.

An average of 40-50 students enroll each year. Students have twenty-three hours of in-class Bible teaching each week, taught by both resident and weekly guest teachers. Although most students have just graduated from high school, we accept students from all seasons of life!

All students participate in a weekly outreach program and are placed in a discipleship group led by a staff member.

Our optional second year program seeks to disciple students to "sanctify Christ as Lord" in their hearts, both inside and outside the classroom (1 Peter 3:15).

The program is for students who have completed one year at a Torchbearers Bible School. Class topics include Church History, Hermeneutics (Bible Study Methods), Apologetics, Process of Sanctification, a year-long class on the book of Romans, and more.

Students participate in outdoor activities such as running, biking, rock climbing, canoeing, and camping, as well as a spring break trip to Israel.