Effectively Serve in Ministry
As a student you will receive the skills to effectively serve in the local church, the mission field, or other Christian ministries as the Holy Spirit leads you. Through the various means of training you will receive, your spiritual character will be enhanced, and a clearer awareness of how God is working around us will be achieved.
Preparing Men and Women
Since 1959, New England Bible College has served as an extension of the local church, preparing men and women for Christian ministry. Our task is to bring the truths of God’s all-sufficient Word to light and to help our students incorporate them into their lives.
Apply Learning Through Service
Christian Service is an essential part of the educational program and spiritual development of each student at NEBC. Christian Service provides an opportunity for students to apply in ministry what is being learned in the classroom, to grow spiritually, to minister to people, and to benefit from the experience of others through directed supervision.
Sharpen Your Thinking
In order to be useful, learning must be organized, interpreted, and applied. Within a framework of the historic teaching of orthodox Christianity, and the context of an evangelical understanding of Scripture, students are encouraged to explore their faith and are helped to sharpen their thinking through the challenge of other viewpoints, both secular and Christian.


Take a class on Romans this summer at NEBC!

Posted on 05 May 2015
The Book of Romans Taught by Dr. Bosse Weekly class starts Tuesday, May 19th and runs through August 4th (No class on July 14th). 5:00P.M. – 8:50 every Tuesday. This class will discuss the meaning, theology, and personal application of the Book of Romans. This course is designed for s
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Did You Miss Us on WBCI?

Posted on 29 Apr 2015
Did you miss the chance to listen to me (Katie) on WBCI on April 17th and 18th? I had the opportunity to talk about New England Bible College with Lael Fenton, the pastor of Cornerstone Baptist  Church in Topsham, Maine. He does a weekly radio show called “Decisions” on Sa

Listen to us on 105.9 WBCI This Weekend!

Posted on 17 Apr 2015
You can hear me (Katie) on the radio Saturday and Sunday! 9:00A.M. Saturday, 2:00P.M. Sunday – on 105.9 WBCI or via live stream at http://lifechangingradio.com/wbci/ I will be talking about New England Bible College, my experience there, and what I am doing now. This is a great opport

The Napkin in Still Folded

Posted on 05 Apr 2015
My Grandmother grew up during the Great Depression, and she still has the rationing stamps in her house to show it. Sometimes she makes me laugh when I see just how thrifty she is. When I go to have lunch at her house she will have an assortment of napkins on the table with varying si

Roberta Davis-Ray

Posted on 24 Mar 2015
We are sorry to hear that Roberta Davis-Ray passed away. She went home to be with the Lord on Saturday. Please read her obituary below: http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Roberta-Davis-Ray&lc=1633&pid=174466083&mid=6373556

Kids Can Know God Conference

Posted on 18 Feb 2015
Kevin and Jenny Lambertson are both 2014 graduates of New England Bible College and have been with Child Evangelism Fellowship since 2011. They have recently relocated to Portland ME after spending eleven weeks in Missouri training for their ministry with CEF.  Jenny is part time and

Accredited Degrees Now Available at New England Bible College

Posted on 18 Feb 2015
New England Bible College (joined now with Grace Evangelical College) are in partnership with Capital Seminary and Lancaster Bible College! This partnership now allows GES and NEBC students to obtain accredited and nationally recognized degrees by taking courses in Maine and online or

Small Point Baptist Church – Visiting an Alumnus in Coastal Maine

Posted on 28 Jan 2015
I had the opportunity on Sunday to visit one of our supporting churches: Small Point Baptist Church. Small Point in nestled atop a hill in Phippsburg on the coast of Maine. Although it looks small from the road, this is a strong and busy church that is very involved in the community.

Welcome Back NEBC!

Posted on 17 Jan 2015
School begins again this week at NEBC. If there is one word I could use to describe the experience was that it was “lively”! It was wonderful to see my classmates from last year, and it made me think back to high school. You could go all summer without seeing your friends, only to pic