Black-Owned Bible College Guards the Mind of Christ
Offers Degrees at Half the Cost of Competitors. Pre-Enrollment Ends Soon
St.Louis – Learning the Bible just became a little easier for students wanting to master the good book. Guarded Heart Bible College is a relatively new Bible college that is emerging onto the scene. Guarded Heart Bible College an affordable program that allows students to earn an Associate’s degree or four year Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate degree in the respective disciplines:
Ministry | Theology | Biblical studies | Christian education | Christian counseling | Apologetics | Divinity
Classes are mostly two nights per week. Class sizes are small, allowing a low student-to-teacher detailed teacher instruction. Guarded Heart Bible College (GHBC) is certified by the National Christian Counselors Association. GHBC is a Black and woman owned, four year accredited college.
“We are a non-denominational Bible college that prides ourselves in guarding the mind of Christ,” says Patricia D. Moore, President and Dean of Guarded Heart Bible College. “So we don’t teach church doctrine or persuasion, we teach the Bible,” says Moore.
Dean Patricia Moore has been a Christian educator for over 20 years. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the School of Ministry. She holds a Masters in Theology, among other accolades.
“We are an interactive college. We find students sign up for various reasons. Some come just to learn, not seeking a degree. Some come as audits, where no course work is demanded of them. Others come to acquire their degree,” says Dean Moore.
Along with flexible payment plans, Guard Heart Bible College also offers the following discounts:
- – Pastors with 10 or more enrolled members attend free
- – New Students receive special 1st-year pricing
- – Current and former military members receive discounted tuition
- – GHBC has adjusted rate packages for retirees
- – Students paying at once, receive a paid-in-full discount
“We are a small, interactive, relaxed atmosphere college where students feel comfortable enough to ask questions and interact with the instructor,” says Dean Moore. “We are also an accelerated college where students come to earn their degree fairly quickly.”