Master's Degree Classes
Master's level classes are offered through Grace Evangelical Seminary. This is a great opportunity for alumni seeking to move forward in their learning to return, or for new students that have obtained Bachelor's Degrees elsewhere and would like to advance their education locally.
Biblical Education and Christian Service
Every degree seeking student attending Grace Evangelical Seminary & New England Bible College is required to be actively involved in Christian ministry for a minimum of 12-15 hours per semester in or through a local church, mission or other on-going Christian endeavor.
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.
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.


Fall 2016 Course Offerings

Posted on 21 Apr 2016
Please see the note below from Dean Sherman: Greetings! I pray this email finds you all well and enjoying the blessing, beauty and warmth of spring! While I don’t want you to think I’m forgetting summer (something no one living in Maine should ever do!), I’m writing

Spring Semester-2016

Posted on 10 Feb 2016
The spring semester is under way and it has been a very exciting time. Glenn Fisher, the headmaster of Penobscot Christian Schools and PHD candidate at the University of Maine is teaching a course this semester on reformation theologies. There are classes Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs

2016 Spring Semester Schedule

Posted on 04 Nov 2015
Registration for the Spring 2016 semester is now open! We welcome current students to register now during our free registration period. We are now offering more night classes for working and busy individuals. If you are thinking about attending NEBC, apply now for our Spring semester!

Meet the Dean

Posted on 19 Oct 2015
Robert Sherman, our new Academic Dean, is a teacher and theologian in the Reformed tradition. Bob grew up in the Congregational church, the grandson and great-grandson of Congregationalist ministers (the latter a missionary in Nome, Alaska at the turn of the last century). Bob was act

Fall 2015

Posted on 17 Sep 2015
We have been very busy with the beginning of the semester. Too busy to even keep up on our posts! We’ve had orientation, classes, and a cookout! Here are some of the pictures taken so far:    

We are sorry for the loss of two friends.

Posted on 18 Jul 2015
New England Bible College is sorry to lose two friends: Lawrence Bell and Bonnie Helms. Lawrence was a trustee at NEBC for 35 years. You can read his obituary here:

Camp Good News

Posted on 07 Jul 2015
I had the opportunity to visit Camp Good News last Friday and speak about NEBC during the student’s chapel time. This week is their Christian Youth in Action training week, where teens 14-18 come to camp to learn more about the Lord and how to share Him with others. I spoke abou

I Will Make You Fishers of Men

Posted on 16 Jun 2015
Bean’s Corner Baptist Church in Jay, Maine has a full parking lot, and Ira Hall wants to see the church grow even more. I had the opportunity to visit and speak about NEBC at Beans Corner last Sunday, and I was met with a bustling fellowship of believers from all age ranges. I’ve met

Are You Thinking About Attending NEBC This Fall?

Posted on 02 Jun 2015
NEBC is excited to announce our fall semester schedule! The fall 2015 semester will be a great opportunity if you are interested in taking a free audit in a Freshman class like Hermeneutics, Christian Worldview, or Life of Christ. We will also be teaching three of Grace Evangelical