We’re pleased to announce that Seminole County is in the final review stage of our building plans, and within days, we will begin construction of our new RBC Student Learning Center. This is the culmination of years of work and dedication of our staff and of all of you who have stood behind us through the “Here We Stand” campaign.
We are at full capacity in our current building, and we truly need a new building and new campus improvements to accommodate more students who desire to study theological and biblical doctrine.
This building will facilitate what we exist to do: disciple the next generation of leaders to know and love God above all else. Our degrees and majors can help students lay a firm theological foundation for whatever lies ahead. We aim to develop articulate leaders grounded in the truths of God’s Word, a generation whose vocation will be informed and infused by humanity’s chief end—to know and glorify God. We know there is an urgency to this calling. Dr. Sproul has often said that the ideas taught here are not only matters of life and death, they are matters of eternal life and death.
RBC is having an impact now in the lives of our students, and people are noticing. Dr. Tom Ascol, senior pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Fla., and executive director of Founders Ministries, sent this note to us about one of our graduates:
“Graham Gunden came into our pastoral internship program as a fresh graduate of Reformation Bible College. His theological acumen and spiritual formation has exceeded our expectations. I am grateful for the investment that the faculty and staff made in his life and anticipate his involvement in fruitful ministry under the blessings of God for years to come.”
We want students like Graham to keep coming to RBC and we want to keep sending them out into the church and the world to serve. We are thankful for all those who have caught this vision, prayed, and shown their support.