Learning calls for a good environment, a willing , able and ready mind to learn. RBC, through God's help and sponsors has provided a comfortable learning environment.
The class rooms are large enough and are kept clean and painted in clear cream white that keeps the crooms bright enough for learning. Chairs, although wooden, are good looking and comfortable enough to keep you in a class mood.
Just as Paul talks of the Thessalonian “So being affectionately desirous of you, we were willing to have imparted unto you, not the gospel of God only, but also our own souls, because ye were dear unto us”. Student willingness is of paramount importance and is a necessary atitude to be maintained in the class life. This keeps an open mind and heart ready to take in the wonder of God . Just read Acts 8:31
And (the Ethiopian Eunuch) said, "How can I, except some man should guide me?" And he desired Philip that he would come up and sit with him.
Ability is always a prerequisite for in Education. We understand the sum total of those processes whereby society transmits from one generation to the next, its accumulated social, intellectual and religious experience and heritage. In part, these processes are informal and incidental, arising from
participation in certain forms of social life and activity which exist on their own account and not for the sake of their educative influence upon the rising generation. The more formal educative processes are designed to:-.
(1) give the immature members of society a mastery over the symbols and technique of civilization, including language (reading and writing), the arts, the sciences, and religion, and,
(2) to enlarge the fund of individual and community knowledge beyond the measure furnished by the direct activities of the immediate environment.
At Reformed Bible College, formal religious education begins with the conscious and systematic effort on the part of the mature members (Lecturers of the word) to initiate the immature members(Students) by means of solemn, patient training, into the mysteries and high privileges of all
religious fellowship and experience. In prayers and dependance on the Holy Spirit, God's faithfulness has been witnessed and enjoyed.
Class Life is thus designed to develop a taste for close, critical study; it sharpens the wits, even to the point of perversity; it encourages a reverence for God and produces a desirable social conduct; and it forms a powerful bond of union among teacher's and Student's in righteousness and holiness of life as a condition of participation in a future Messianic kingdom, preparing the way for the Christian Ministries called unto . Pray for these educative goals to be attained.