Instituto Bíblico 'Casa de la Palabra'

'The House of the Word' Bible Institute

Student life & activities

Christ-centered friendships: Student life in the IBCP is a unique place where students from a variety of different church backgrounds come together to study God's Word and prepare for future ministry.  The deep friendships made with other students on campus have frequently been cited by former students as one of the strengths of the institution.

Leaders are disciples: First and foremost, Christian leaders are disciples of Jesus Christ. Therefore, the IBCP places a strong emphasis on maintaining one's personal walk with the Lord Jesus Christ through personal Bible study, personal and communal prayer, and active service in the local church.

Chapel: Devotional messages, special lectures, times for personal testimonies, and special times of prayer for ministry and mission characterize the IBCP Chapel Services which take place every night between classes.

Special conferences & retreats: The IBCP regularly holds weekend student retreats, organizes mission conferences, and holds seminars on specific topics of interest.

IBCP Partners with local churches

IBCP student scholarshipThe IBCP has received students from approximately 50 different denominations in Equatorial Guinea including the following:
Asamblea del Espíritu Santo,
Avivamientodel Espiritu Santo,
Bautista, Betanía,
Bíblica Misionera,
Casa de Oración,
Cristiana Betsaida,
Dios Provee,
Emanuel por las Naciones,
Evangelización Mundial para Cristo,
Fe Cristiana,
Fraternidad Cristiana,
Fuente de la Salvación,
Gozo de la Salvación, Iglesia de Dios,
Iglesia Int. de Nazareth,
Iglesia Primitiva del Nuevo Pacto,
Luz de las Naciones,
Montaña de Dios,
Nueva Jerusalén,
Nueva Vida en Cristo,
Pan de Vida,
Plentitud de Vida en Cristo,
Reformada Presbiteriana,
Rey de Gloria,
Resurreción y Vida, and others.

"We proclaim [Christ], admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone fully mature in Christ." (Colossians 1:28)

"How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching?

"And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, 'How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news'!" (Romans 10:14-15)

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