Equipping  the  Saints for Ministry
Current Course Offerings

For the Fall semester, KBC offers the following on-campus courses

(Register below with our secure Paypal link):


Academic Schedule


Campus Locations

Westbank Campus:

Christian Fellowship

5049 Ehret Rd

Marrero, LA 70072

(504) 347- 4875

New Orleans Campus:

Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church

2002 Alabo St.

New Orleans, LA

(504) 338-9165

Slidell Campus:

Christian Fellowship for the Nations

2475 Oriole St

New Orleans, LA

(985) 201-3887

Mississippi Campus:

First Assembly of God

1912 Arnold Street

Waveland, MS

(228) 467-7667


Zoom Classes

Koinonia Bible College is now offering Zoom classes. Anthony Daw will offer Old Testament Hebrew class, the tuition will be $20.00 extra for those participating in that class by Zoom. Greg Trumbach will offer The Epistle of James in Slidell. Both classes may be taken in person as well.

Zoom meetings are becoming more common for business and family participation during the Covid-19 lockdown and may become normative for the foreseeable future. If you plan on taking a course by Zoom, please contact us so we can put you in touch with the instructor to work out the details.

Therapon News

The Therapon Institute is not offering in-house seminars during the pandemic. Correspondence courses may be purchased for home study. Please visit www.therapon.org to see what is available.

The Gospel of John

Study of the fourth Gospel including the differences between John and the synoptic Gospels, the encounter with Nicodemus, controversies with the Jewish leadership, the “I Am” statements of Jesus, Jesus as God in the flesh, the seven sighs in John, and more..

  1. Monday, 9:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Rev. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor

Beginning Guitar

Guitar lessons for beginners. Student to bring his or her  guitar.

  1. Monday, 7:00 p.m - 8:15 p.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Paul Falcon, Instructor

Slidell Campus



Understanding Spiritual Abuse

An examination of the misuse of ministerial authority. Includes the 10-part video series, “Breaking the Silences on Spiritual Abuse” by David Johnson and Jeff VanVonderen. This course is helpful to anyone hurt by bad church experiences or those desiring to minister to anyone hurt by any type of abuse.

  1. Wednesday, 9:00 a.m - 11:30 a.m. Westbank Campus

  2. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor

Westbank Campus

Celebrate Recovery

This is not a Bible college class. We are simply advertising it in the brochure because the group will meet at this location every Friday night at 7:00 P.M. Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a Christ-center, 12 step program that ministers to those with hurts, habits and hang-ups. We are inviting the participation of the local churches to both introduce this ministry as a resource to your church and to encourage your participation as an extension of our team. No fee.

  1. Friday, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Westbank Campus

  2. Pam and Randy Louviere, Instructors

A comprehensive study of church history from Pentecost through the Reformation and into modern times.

  1. Thursday, 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., New Orleans Campus

  2. Carl Davis, Ph.D, Instructor

Epistle to the Hebrews

Beginning Old Testament Hebrew

This course is designed to introduce students to Old Testament Hebrew. Prior to taking this course the student knows nothing about Hebrew. By the end of the course, the student is able to read aloud and explain the Hebrew of several OT verses! The course is taught in a simple, effective, and enjoyable manner (using an “inductive” approach). You too can learn Hebrew---and love it! This class is available by Zoom as well with a $20.00 extra fee.( Please contact (504)340-6739 for login information)

  1. Tuesday, 7 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Anthony Daw,M.Th, Instructor

New Orleans Campus

To register for any of these courses, please select how many classes you are taking and type in which courses you want to take.  Then follow the secure Paypal link by clicking the “Pay Now” button.  Please fill in your name and address and then pay with a credit card.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact us at 504-340-6739.

If you would like to register by mail, please download our registration form here: REGISTRATION FORM

Please register early! Any course with fewer than 6 registrations is subject to cancellation.


                                                               Koinonia Commerical

Koinonia Bible College is always

looking for new instructors. If you or

anyone you know is interested in

teaching for us, please call

David Rodriguez at 504-340-6739.

Koinonia is the Greek word for

fellowship. We feel this best describes

the philosophy of our school: to strengthen

the Body of Christ by utilizing each

believer’s gift to the edification of all.

In-depth study of the book featuring topics such as how to withstand trails, how to resist temptation, balancing faith and works, controlling your tongue, cultivating patience, and more. This class is available by Zoom as well as in person. Please contact the instructor at  (985) 201-3887.

  1. Thursday, 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Slidell Campus

  2. Greg Trumbach, M.Div, Instructors

The Epistle of James


                                            First book written by Pastor David Rodriguez


                                                From the back cover

                                                THE BOOK OF JOB contains some of the most profound questions that can

                                                be asked. These questions go far beyond the interactions between the

                                                principle players: Job, his counselors, God, and Satan. In this book, Questions

                                                from Job, we will examine such issues as:

                                                The origin of evil

                                                The purpose of trials

                                                The concept of Legalism

                                                The justice of God

                                                The purpose of life

                                                Can God be influenced?

                                                The source of wisdom

                                                Dealing with Satan

                                                All these issues will be addressed from a biblical perspective. Job had

                                                questions. We have questions. As we face the trials and disappointments that

                                                come our way in life, we frequently ask “Why?” This book is an attempt to

                                                answer some of life’s most challenging questions. Together we will examine

                                                Questions from Job.

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KBC Banquet

Our 30th annul banquet

Church History- Pt. 3

Mississippi Campus

Verse-by-verse study of the epistle of that presents Jesus Christ as the long-awaited Jewish messiah.

  1. Monday, 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Mississippi Campus

  2. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor


                                                                                          From the back cover

                                                                                          In his latest book, The Lord’s Supper: What It Is and        

                                                                                          What It’s Not, David Rodriguez examines some of

                                                                                          the claims made for the Eucharist celebration, such



                                                                                          Administering grace 

                                                                                          Providing eternal life

                                                                                          Imparting forgiveness for sins

                                                                                          Furnishing the presence of Christ

                                                                                          Repeating the sacrifice of Christ

                                                                                          We also explore the difference traditions regarding

                                                                                          the sacraments and, more importantly, the basis

                                                                                          upon which these traditions are established. The

                                                                                          author addresses these issues from the perspective

                                                                                          that the Scriptures are the only infallible guide to

                                                                                          Christian doctrine and that the primary source of

                                                                                          church doctrine must be the teachings of Christ

                                                                                          and His apostles. The reader should be prepared

                                                                                          to have some of his or her deeply held religious

                                                                                          teachings challenged by the word of God.