Faith Builders provides God-centered learning experiences that equip students for joyful, humble service in God’s Kingdom. Learn more about our programs of study on these pages.

Faith Builders Training Institute offers three tracks of study: Teacher Apprenticing Program (TAP), Christian Ministries, and General Studies. These tracks integrate the head, heart, and hands components of education, which are central to the mission and philosophy of Faith Builders. Apply Here!

Most students are enrolled in a two-year track of study that has been carefully planned to encourage spiritual, academic, and vocational development. Several other shorter study options are available.

People who wish to study at Faith Builders Training Institute have the following options:

During the month of January, Faith Builders offers courses during a five-week term. The courses offered are focused in the areas of Bible, Theology and Music. This term is specifically designed to address the needs of students not traditionally served by conservative Mennonite Bible schools, including older students and church leaders. Some courses run the entire five weeks while others may run for as little as one week.

During the month of July, Faith Builders operates a five-week term. We offer courses during this term designed to prepare and equip teachers in K-12 settings.

View the academic calendar for Faith Builders Training Institute and Faith Builders Resource Group, with some events from Faith Builders Christian School.

Faith Builders offers the College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®), a credit-by-examination program that gives students the opportunity to earn college credit by earning qualifying scores on exams. CLEP exams are computer-based and administered on computer at Faith Builders. Nearly 3,000 colleges and universities grant credit or advanced standing based on CLEP exam performance. Each college sets its own CLEP policy, so it is important to determine the specifics of an institution's policy, such as the exams for which they grant credit and how many credits they grant.

The Faith Builders chorale, conducted by Brandon Mullet, will be presenting their Christmas program in the FBCS gym at 4:00 on Sunday, December 10.