Northwest Samoan Section Study Group
What is Berean School of the Bible?
Berean School of the Bible (BSB) is [Global University's] adult continuing education program. As such, BSB courses do not earn college credit but do earn continuing education units. BSB offers ministry training designed to prepare you to fill a church leadership role and to help you fulfill the call of God on your life. BSB has pioneered distance education for A/G ministerial credentials since 1948 and has trained Assemblies of God ministers for over six decades. Over 1,500 BSB study groups across America have brought ministerial training to their local communities.
Students receive 100% uniformity and consistency in course delivery both online and offline. So whether you are looking to fulfill your AG credentialed education requirements or to enrich your life, our BSB program is ideal for you.
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What is a Study Group?
A Study Group is sponsored by a local church or other approved group that has students enrolled in School for Evangelism and Discipleship, Berean School of the Bible, Undergraduate or Graduate level courses. While students are enrolled through Global University, classes are held at the local church with a local facilitator.
- Students learn with a nationally recognized educational program.
- Study groups encourage comprehensive Bible study.
- Study groups are charged lower fees because of group discounts.
- Students share in stimulating and guided class discussions led by an approved facilitator.
- Group study provides an appropriate setting for students to encourage one another.
- Attending class encourages students to complete their course work in a timely manner.
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The Northwest Samoan Section Study Group was established on September 11, 2014 by Pastor Teiano S. Mua who also serves as the official facilitator. Launching with a group of 10 students, this first group has already received their first level of credentialing certificate on February 27, 2016 in which they were recognized during the annual combined Pulega service of the Northwest Section held on this same day. This first group is now eligble to apply for their pastoral license through the Assemblies of God.
A new session will be launched later this year. If you would like to register for courses, please contact Pastor Teiano S. Mua at firstname.lastname@example.org. Classes are normally held every Thursday from 7 to 9 pm at the Samoan Community Church fellowship hall: 6757 38th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98118. The duration of each session consists of 12 lesson increments which can take up to 3 months. For more information please contact Pastor Teiano Mua at email@example.com.