Spring Quarter 2022 Schedule

March 29 – June 10, 2022
Registration: March 8 – March 29


TUESDAY – 10 mornings – Mar. 29; April 5, 12, 19, 26; May 3, 10, 24, 31; June 7 Onsite or Livestream

TH 321 | RBL 646 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II 3 credits | 4 credits
Pastor Bill Whiddon
This course provides a systematic study of the biblical teachings of man (Anthropology), sin (Hamartiology), salvation (Soteriology), and Christ (Christology).
Period 1 - 9:00am – 9:40am Prayer, Period 2 - 9:45am – 10:35am, Period 3 – 10:45 – 11:35am, Period 4 – 11:45am – 12:35pm

WEDNESDAY – 10 mornings – Mar. 30; April 6, 13, 20, 27; May 4, 11, 25; June 1, 8 Onsite or Livestream

GO 417 | RML 617 CROSS-CULTURAL LEADERSHIP 3 credits | 4 credits
Pastor Chris Ward
Reaching across cultural boundaries is part of the Great Commission mandate given to the church. This course will challenge and motivate students to grow and develop in their passion and compassion for cross-cultural ministry. In addition, students will be able to lead their followers more effectively into a Psalm 2:8 understanding of global harvest.
Period 1 - 9:00am – 9:40am Prayer, Period 2 - 9:45am – 10:35am, Period 3 – 10:45 – 11:35am, Period 4 – 11:45am – 12:35pm

THURSDAY – 10 mornings – Mar. 31; April 7, 14, 21, 28; May 5, 12, 26; June 2, 9 Onsite or Livestream

BI 317 | RBL 645 PENTATEUCH 4 credits
Pastor Terry Tarsiuk
The purpose of this study is to derive a foundation for a solid understanding of the first five books in the Bible to discover the main themes of God’s dealing with His people. Application is made regarding how God works among His people today.
Period 1 - 8:30am – 9:00am Prayer, Period 2 - 9:00am – 10:15am, Period 3 – 10:25 – 11:35am, Period 4 – 11:45am – 12:35pm

FRIDAY – 9 mornings – April 1, 8, 22, 29; May 6, May 13, May 27, June 3, 10 Onsite or Livestream

PT/GS 442 | RML 649 CRISIS COUNSELING 3 credits | 4 credits
Dr. Shirl DeBay 3-4 credits
This online course explores how Biblical truth coupled with the presence of the Holy Spirit and a caring, Godly counselor can enable people to cope with crises and disasters.
Period 1 - 9:00am – 9:50am Chapel, Period 2 - 10:00am – 11:10am, Period 3 – 11:20am – 12:30pm

PM 200 CHAPELS & REFRESH WEEK *Required Onsite or Livestream

Chapels are held on Friday from 9:00am - 9:45am.
Refresh week is reserved for the whole Seattle Bible College student body to seek the face of God, engage in corporate prayer and worship, and receive impartation from the Word of God.
Refresh Week: Tuesday – Friday, May 17 - 20


PM 300 PRACTICAL MINISTRIES Pastor Chris Ward 1- 3 credits
Students will engage in 10 – 30 hours of practical ministry in the local community and/or the local church. Students enrolled in an undergraduate academic program at SBC are required to complete on average 30 service hours per year in the local church or a community program.

FREE CLASS *$21 Registration Fee for non-registered students Onsite or Livestream

PT/GS 108 INTRO TO LIFE COACHING Debra Thompson 1 credit
Tuesday – Friday, May 31 – June 3, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

In this course students will learn what "Life Purpose Coaching" is. Students will gain practical tools to empower others in their identity, calling and moving people forward in their goals through growing in observation and listening skills, valuing the importance of communication and building rapport, and learning the importance of asking powerful questions.

MODULAR –INTENSIVE Onsite or Livestream

Instructors: Pastor Andre Benjamin, Dr. Dan C. Hammer, and guests.
April 21-23
Thursday & Friday, 6:00pm – 10:00pm | Saturday, 9:00am – 4:00pm

The School of Biblical Entrepreneurship is a 3-4 quarter school that is “designed to teach how to use the Word of God as a guide to exercising stewardship over His resources and to serve others while leading them to Jesus Christ” (Principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship, 15). Such classes include the 12 principles of biblical entrepreneurship; developing the right attitude and character; identifying opportunities; taking risks; and much more.

BI 108-II | RML 680-II ADVANCING THE PROPHETIC 3 credits | 4 credits
Instructors: Diane Fink & guests
May 5-7 | Thursday, 6:00pm – 10:00pm| Friday & Saturday, 9:00am – 4:00pm

This course will give the student an understanding of the spiritual realm related to prophetic ministry and will equip him/her to function in their respective prophetic giftings.


BI 321 GOSPEL OF JOHN Dr. Dan C. Hammer 3 credits
This course offers an in-depth analysis and study of the content and application of the Gospel written by John the Beloved. Special attention is given to the teachings of Jesus and the purpose of the author – “that you may believe.”
BI 431 | RBL 626 HERMENEUTICS Dr. Avril Vandermerwe 4 credits
Professor of Record: Deborah Sizer
This online course is an introduction to the principles of interpreting Scripture. The course lays a foundation for understanding how to interpret the Bible, but just as much emphasizes practice in applying the principles. Further study is made into research tools and resources for the original languages.
BI/LS 313 | RBL 611 NEHEMIAH & LEADERSHIP Dr. Dan C. Hammer 4 credits
This online course engages the student in the Biblical text of the Book of Nehemiah, explores the leadership themes and principles contained therein, and discovers areas of practical application for the obedient servant of God.