Reflections from Our Seniors: Spring 2023

Posted On May 05, 2023

At Reformation Bible College, we’ve designed our curriculum to provide students with the knowledge of God and His holiness, equipping them for faithful Christian service in any vocation or calling. As we conclude another academic year at RBC, our graduates are preparing to enter the workforce, start a family, pursue missions work, attend seminary, or serve in the local church. We asked several students to share how they’ve been impacted by their time at RBC.

“The most memorable aspects of my time at RBC revolve around the relationships I formed in my time here. I have been able to form deep friendships with other students, faculty, and people I go to church with. My most fond memories include the people I spent time with at RBC.” —Tucker, Bachelor of Arts in Theology

“I remember one of the first coffee chats Dr. Tweeddale hosted during my first semester. He said, ‘Although RBC is for a season, the church is forever.’ With these words in my heart, I was motivated to continue my studies now so that I might serve the church for life. With each day, we ought to cultivate a heavenly perspective, keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus Christ. This has been one of my biggest takeaways from student life at RBC.” —Kate, Associate of Arts in Theology

“My time at RBC will always be marked by my involvement in Reformation Chorale. It has given me an outlet for creativity, practical singing and teamwork skills, and weekly reminders of what this is all for—the worship of God’s name. I can now tangibly understand how theology leads to doxology.” —Anna, Bachelor of Arts in Theology

“I have been struck by the intentionality which pervades every aspect of the student body and faculty. The glory of God and the joy of salvation motivates every action and endeavor within the college. Put simply, the most memorable aspect of my experience at RBC was the evidence of Christ’s presence in the people.” —Sarah, Certificate in Theology, Online

“Planning, competing, and enjoying fellowship with fellow Edwards House members has been a consistent joy during my time at RBC. I have greatly enjoyed getting to know classmates through house events, and many friendships have been strengthened through this avenue. The house system is special because it brings people together. I know that I will treasure these memories for the rest of my life.” —Ben, Bachelor of Arts in Theology

“The passion that my professors have for teaching theology is evident in the way that they compose themselves and interact with students during class.” —Gaylon, Certificate in Theology, Online

“I have had the privilege of getting to know such dear brothers and sisters in Christ from all walks of life. The house system has played a huge role in facilitating those friendships.” —Lylah, Associate of Arts in Theology

“The most memorable aspect of my RBC experience has been the professors and friends I’ve made here. The professors genuinely care for you and want you to succeed. There are so many different people from all over, which is truly incredible. The people here love one another so well and are rooting for each other.” —Caroline, Certificate in Theology

“I came to RBC after receiving my bachelor’s degree elsewhere. Since I have been here, I have been unbelievably blessed. I am blessed with amazing living accommodations in the on-campus dorms, kind and caring staff and faculty, friendly and driven peers, and, of course, enriching theological academics. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else!” —Sarah, Certificate in Theology

“The most memorable aspect of my experience at RBC was diving into theology and being able to develop healthy habits in reading, prayer, and fellowship with other believers.” —Kaden, Certificate in Theology

We want to invite you to join us as we celebrate these graduates at our 2023 Commencement Exercises on Friday, May 5, at 7:00 p.m. ET in the sanctuary at Saint Andrew’s Chapel. If you are unable to join in person, you can watch the livestream on Facebook, and YouTube.