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What Prominent Leaders Say About Our Programme
It was an important time in my life when after a short term trip to Mexico that I left University studies and went to Moody Bible Institute. I graduated two years later and give thanks. To have a similar college in Rajasthan one of the more needy places in the world comes as a great answer to prayer. I recently ministered there to the students and I thank the Lord for what HE is doing there. I pray for more students to go there and for more people to be raised up to prayer and to give to that great ministry."
“Since I came to know Finny Philip in the late 1990s I have been an interested admirer of the Filadelfia Bible College, of which he told me. When he completed his excellent PhD and returned to India he has kept me informed of developments in the College and of the great work being done there in training pastors for established and new churches. The training at FBC will, I am sure, prepare students in knowledge and understanding of Christianity and in the disciplines and skills needed for Christian leadership, in north India, as anywhere else. This comes with my best wishes and prayers, alike for students and faculty, and for the future of FBC”
“The Langham Partnership (founded by John Stott) warmly endorses the ministry of Filadelfia Bible College. The Principal, Dr Finny Philip, is a Langham Scholar whom we have known for years since he studied for his doctorate in the UK, and the College is committed to the same goals as Langham: to see the church of Christ planted and built up in maturity and mission through faithful teaching and preaching of God's word, whether in its classrooms or through the ministry of its hundreds of alumni. We rejoice in our strong association with this institution and its various ministries.”
“It has been one of the highlights of my life to visit the Filadelfia Bible College campus in Udaipur in 2009, and to participate in the annual convention in Navapur and the College graduation service. It has also been our privilege to work with two of the College faculty members who have completed their significant PhD research on Indian themes in Birmingham. I heartily endorse the work carried on by this College.”