WORD OF GOD
Acts 2:46-47: “So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking break from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, praising God and having favor with all people.” Fellowship is an important part of the culture of SBC, whether gathering for special events, birthday celebrations, or meals.
Monthly events are planned for the entire student body. Such outings include bowling, hiking, beach combing, Lights of Christmas, Corn Mazes, Game nights, and much more.
Each month birthdays are celebrated in additional to several holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
Daily snacks are provided for students as well as a full lunch for our modular-intensives that occur three times a year.
According to Robert Greenleaf, a servant leader is “one who is a natural, caring servant-seeker and follower who places the welfare and growth of others above his/her own concerns.” Leaders need to be servants first. Matthew 20:28 we see Jesus stating, “…just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.”
OUTREACH: LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL
Students engage in local and international ministry as part of their training. More opportunities open each year for ministry to other nations. Currently, students travel to the Philippines in the winter and possibly Bangkok, Thailand in the near future.
One of the requirements for all students is to be engaged in either their church ministry or another local ministry. Students need 30 volunteer hours per year for a maximum of 120 hours of service during their time at SBC.