Piedmont Bible Institute

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We are pleased to announce our second Summer Study Series for Piedmont Bible Institute!!  We are praising God for His goodness and continued direction in what we believe is a crucial part of ministering to believers today.  Piedmont Bible Institute is offering two Summer Study Series courses beginning Wednesday June 3 at 7:00 pmThese courses will meet each Wednesday evening throughout the summer. 

Summer Study Series offerings:

Bible Doctrines I -- Matt Austin, Instructor - This course is designed to introduce students to the foundational doctrines of the Word of God.  This course will cover the doctrines of Theology - the study of God, Christology - the study of Christ, and Pneumatology - the study of the Holy Spirit. 

The Basis and Methods of Missions -- Dr. Dennis Walton, Instructor - This course is designed to help students answer the important questions of Why do we have missions? and How do we do missions work?


What Costs are Associated with PBI?

There are no costs associated with the Summer Study Series.

Fee Schedule for 2nd Semester 2014

$30 per course of study* (Textbook and other materials not included)

$15 Registration Fee per semester

*Students over the age of 65 qualify for a 20% discount

If you would like more information, please call 864.243.3910 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . 


Why Piedmont Bible Institute?

Piedmont Bible Institute is in existence to train those who are called into a lifetime ministry, as well as those who wish to sharpen their skills as workers in their local churches.  PBI is formed as a Bible Institute and is intended to remain so rather than become a Bible college.

PBI courses will focus on the following areas:

A. Extensive training in the Word of God - its exegesis, interpretation, exposition, and preaching.

B. Evangelistic zeal and a genuine love for the souls of men who are lost and without hope.

C. A fundamentalist and separatist stand in this day of compromise.

D. Personal Christian character and conduct befitting a Christian worker.

E. Discipleship and a pioneering spirit through required practical Christian work assignments.

F. Supplemental courses - Christian Education, Missions, etc.

G. Communication skills - English and Speech.