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LFBI Graduation Requirements

by Registrar @LFBI -

Hello students! Here is a friendly reminder to complete two requirements to graduate from LFBI that oftentimes are missed:

  1. Fulfill your Ministry Practicum requirement. This is a 2 credit course and costs $80 to enroll. You can enroll into this course at all times. You can find the information here.
  2. Fill out your Mission’s Trip Feedback Form requirement. This is NOT for credit but IS required to graduate. You can find the information here.

Please reach out to hhatton@lfbi.org with any further questions. I am always here to help!


Summer Course Completion

by Brandon Briscoe -

Hello Summer Semester Students,

The LFBI Team just wanted to reach out and remind you that the end of the semester is just over a month a way. If there is work that you are behind on, we want to highly encourage you to focus and find time to get caught up. Several of the classes have reading assignments and essays associated with them that will require hours of time outside of class to complete.

Please make a plan, be accountable and stick to it! These classes represent an opportunity to grow in the Word and in the work - - let's finish with excellence!

- LFBI Team

What is the "Foundations Program"?

by Brandon Briscoe -

If you haven't heard yet, we have formalized the Foundations Program for the Fall Semester which includes...

Freshman Orientation (1 credit) - A required class for all incoming freshman to help them learn about the expectations of LFBI as well as all the hacks for being a good student.

Foundations 1 (2 credits) - A required class for all incoming freshman who HAVE NOT been through biblical discipleship in their local churches. So if you have been discipled, no, you don't need this class. In this course a collection of pastors will cover all of the foundational doctrines necessary to proceed in LFBI.

Foundations 2 (2 credits) - This class used to be semester 1 of what we called "Discipleship 2". This course covers the biblical character and path of growth necessary for leadership in the local church.

Foundations 3 (2 credits) - This class used to semester 2 of what we called "Discipleship 2". This course covers the philosophy of discipleship and how to study the Bible.

Learn more about these classes on the most recent episode of Ps+22: LFBI Foundations Program.



Enroll for Fall 2021!

by Brandon Briscoe -

Hey Everyone!

We are excited to announce our biggest lineup yet. The new schedule allows us to teach the entire lineup of content every two years, making it easier to find the classes you need.

Enroll today!

fall 2021https://www.lfbi.or

To New Students...

by Brandon Briscoe -

Hello to all of our new students!

We want to thank you for joining us for your first semester in LFBI. We would like to take a moment to share just a few things that are important to consider as you join us this summer.

First of all, summer classes are unique. Summer courses are self-paced, meaning they allow students to move at their own speed rather than the prescribed weekly lectures and assignments you would experience in the Fall and Spring semesters. If you are new to LFBI and not familiar with myLFBI (the online classroom environment for which you are currently logged in) then it could feel overwhelming. Please know that we are here to help. 

If you have myLFBI and other tech questions please contact Romeo at rbagunu@lfbi.com

If you have enrollment questions please contact Lori at lmorgan@lfbi.com

Otherwise, reach out to the Teachers Assistant assigned to your specific class. We will do our very best to help you stay on track and gain a better understanding of how the classes work.

Lastly, if you are new to LFBI, please make sure that this Fall you focus your attention on the following classes: Foundations 1, 2 & 3 which are the classes you need to make sure you have a doctrinal and philosophical foundation to move forward in LFBI. Also, Freshmen Orientation, a class that will provide you answers for all of your LFBI questions and how to move forward successfully.

Again, we want to welcome you to LFBI Summer Semester. We are praying God would use it to open your eyes to how wonderful his Word and work really are.

God Bless,

Brandon

Director of Academic Affairs

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