Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College had set high goals. By 2020 they hoped to have 600 students in 20 centers. Considering that in 2015 there were 187 students in seven centers, this was ambitious. So the Bible college rechristened the direction of the school towards extension education.
Seeds of the gospel were planted by the first American Christian missionary to Myanmar’s ethnic minority Chin people in the 1800s. Those seeds are bearing fruit in major U.S. cities, Thailand and around the world.
Khunjar’s mother always wanted her daughter to go into Christian ministry. But her mother died before she could see her dream come true.
Khunjar (right in photo) had been preparing for full-time ministry. She had graduated from a Bible college and a discipleship training program in her home town in the Shan State, Myanmar. But then, three years ago, Khunjar and her family immigrated to Bangkok, Thailand, to look for work.
Thailand: It is with great joy that we receive news from Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College (SEANBC) Chancellor Dr. Donghwan (Bill) Kwon that their application for membership with the Asia Theological Association (ATA) has been approved! As of March 2017, SEANBC is now an Associate Member of the ATA.
More than 100 people from six different churches arrived in northern Thailand to celebrate the reopening of the Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College Maetang Center May 10.
At least a dozen pastors attended, each with a choir team. There were also a total of 19 students who are taking part in the next Pastoral Course of Study class being taught by Thailand District Superintendent Tanongsak Pong-oodta.
April marks the new year in most South Asia and Southeast Asian countries. While most of Thailand, where Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College’s main campus is located, celebrates the new year through the Songkran Festival, the college decided to celebrate things differen
Southeast Asia Nazarene Bible College, located in Chaing Mai, Thailand, announced its first extension program, located in Karen State, Myanmar. The program is headed by SEANBC Academic Dean Dinga and Yangon Campus Dean of Students Enkawla, who are together teaching two courses.