Finishing Well

by Brandon Briscoe -

Hey Students,

As the semester winds down, we all know how it goes. Some of you are feeling confident; all of your work is in order and has or will be submitted soon. Some of you are scrambling, you have procrastinated a bit and you will just barely get your work done. Others of you may have regrets in how you performed this semester.

Be reminded that Christ loves you. That LFBI is a school that is intended to aid in your growth and sanctification. You chose LFBI and these classes specifically because you love God's Word and his mission.

So as we close this semester, do your very best to finish well. Be full of grace as well as resolve. Be accountable and remember that God wants to grow you. 

2Ti 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.


The LFBI Team update coming soon.

by Sam Miles -

Hey gang,

You may notice some of the secondary menu links not working over the next several days along with some of the blocks moving position. This will happen as we get the new interface configured for the site. We will not mess with the main navigation, so you will be able to get to your classes with no problem. In the event you do get stuck, contact us at

Thanks for your patience as we upgrade the site!  Much love, Sam 

End of Semester Survey!

by Brandon Briscoe -

Help LFBI continue to improve by giving us some feedback on how your classes went this semester. Please fill this form out for each one of the classes you took this semester.


Ep 80: Social Movements, Identities & Ideas Have Consequences

by Brandon Briscoe -

In this episode we interview LFBI professor of Speech & Reasoning Kenny Morgan regarding consequences of ideas in political & personal realms. We then discuss how Christians can think biblically about their own identity & ensuing purpose in Christ. 



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Ep 79: Eschatology, Raptures? & Revelation Made Simple

by Brandon Briscoe -

In this episode Greg Axe, professor of Eschatology, leads us through a simple outline for understanding the events of Revelation & speaks about the confusion surrounding end times prophecy. 


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