Greetings to you all in the precious name of our
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Welcome to RBC. The fact hat you have found us proves that you have reached just the right place and the right people with whom to fellowship and share greetings to you all in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus in this important ministry of our Lord.
RBC is a Bible institution, built upon the Bible and espousing the reformed faith. We are guided by our vision as encapsulated in Isaiah11:9b and driven by our mission expressed in the words of the Greatcommission (Matthew 28: 19, 20). Our goal is to train faithful men whowill be able to train others also (2 Timothy 2: 2) in order to carry out our mission.
We do not apologise for our biblical stand because we are fully persuaded that doing God’s work in the way God has prescribed, always earns God’s approval (2 Timothy 2: 15).
At RBC, students cover a comprehensive curriculum of biblical subjects, each subject carefully selected and placed in the three or four year course of study. The curriculum is meant for preparing the young men and women for the ministry. Since, in their future ministries, in the countries in which God will place them, these young men and women will be dealing with the eternal souls of men and women, we demand a high academic standard as well as cultivating deep spiritual growth.
The two key areas of emphasis at RBC are faith and practice. These are the very same areas Paul emphasises in his list of the qualifications of elders, as well as in his other epistles. Ministers are admonished to “take heed to yourself and to the doctrine” (1 Timothy 4: 16). He is to “study to show [himself] approved unto God, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2: 15).
Consequently, although we stress the importance of academic excellence, we also take seriously our times of chapel and individual devotions, worship services and evangelistic enterprises. We consider these as important as class work.
RBC is one of a few Bible Colleges in Kenya espousing separation from religious compromise and atheistic unbelief. Here students are taught to stand firm against all forms of evil, of compromise and modernism.
At RBC, our motto is to preach not ourselves but Christ and Him crucified (2 Corinthians 4: 5). He must increase and we must decrease (John 3: 30) .
DR Rev J. M .Mwanthi