KOINONIA BIBLE COLLEGE
Equipping  the  Saints for Ministry
 
Current Course Offerings

For the Winter 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 1:

Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church

2002 Alabo St.

New Orleans, LA

(504) 338-9165


Kenner Campus:

Faithful Word Assembly

1401 Joe Yenni Blvd.

Kenner, LA


New Orleans Campus 2:

Christian Fellowship for the Nations

2473 Oriole Street

New Orleans, La

 

Zoom Classes

Koinonia Bible College is now offering Zoom classes. Teena Myers will offer The Faith of Abraham. Greg Trumbach will offer Deliverance and Demonology. 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 will present a three-day Belief Therapy ® certification school from June 9-11, 2022, at Christian Fellowship, 5049 Ehret Road in Marrero. The instructors are David Rodriguez, M.A., BCBT, CBA, and Nicholas Eno, LPC, LMFT and the former head of The Potter’s House Counseling Center in Dallas. Each attendee will be trained and certified in our counseling model, Belief Therapy ®, a nationally registered, faith- based counseling modality. This seminar is approved for 20 CEU credit hours by the Louisiana Counseling Association (LCA), the National Association for Social workers (NASW). LA Chapter and the addictive Disorder Regulatory Authority (ADRA ) of Louisiana. Please call (504) 328-2249 or  visit www.therapon.org for more information.



1& 2 Thessalonians

Intensive study of both epistles. Topics include: the character of an apostle, opposition to the gospel, the rapture of the church, practical Christian living, end-time deception, the return of the Lord, and more.


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

  2. Rev. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor

 

Registration

The Faith of Abraham

A refreshing  and incisive “grand teaching tour” of the nature and meaning  of faith. The course follows Abraham’s steps of faith from his call in Ur to God’s test of his faith that earned him the title of the “Father of Our Faith” (Rom. 4:11). Understanding faith through the eyes of Abraham teaches us how true faith and true foibles can coexist in us all-too-human beings, and how grace alone enables us to walk as overcomers despite those flaws, sins and weakness to which the flesh is heir. This class is available for Zoom participants also. Please contact the college at (504) 340-6739 for details.


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

  2. Teena Myers, BA, 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

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


  1. Tuesday , 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Kenner Campus

  2. David Rodriguez, M.A., Instructor

Exodus-Deuteronomy

Grief Share

This is not a Bible college class. It is a special grief recovery and support group for those grieving the loss of someone close. This group is sponsored by people who understand what you experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. Course includes the entire Grief Share ® video curriculum. Topics include: Challenges of grief, the journey of grief, guilt and anger, complicating factors, and more. The class meets here at the church. There is a $15.00 dollar fee for the workbook. No fee for the class . Please note this class begins Thursday, April 21st . Nancy will present “Loss of a Spouse” on Friday, May 6th from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. For more information, call (504) 340-8127.


  1. Thursday, 10:00 a.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Nancy Sarver, Instructor

New Orleans Campus 1

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.

                       

                                            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

                                                principal 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 annual banquet

The Gospel of John

Kenner Campus

A history of God’s dealings with Israel including their deliverance from Egypt, the incident of the golden calf, their refusal to enter Canaan, the wandering in the wilderness, and an overview of the law of moses.


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

  2. Carl Davis, Ph.D, 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

                                                                                          as:

                                                                                         

                                                                                          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.

                                                                                         


New

Due to the spike in Covid-19 Cases, Koinonia will cancel classes for the winter term. Classes will resume in April.

New Orleans Campus 2

Study of the nature and activity of demons with emphasis on the ministry of deliverance. This class is available for Zoom participants also. Please call (985) 201 -3887


  1. Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., New Orleans Campus 2

  2. Greg Trumbach, M. Div, Instructor

Deliverance and Demonology