Equipping the Deaf. Elevating the Gospel.

NGU + TriState Deaf School of Theology

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Effective ministry leadership or college credit?
You don’t have to choose between the two.

Elevate your ministry in an accessible environment with courses taught in American Sign Language through the TriState Deaf School of Theology—all while earning affordable and transferable college credit at North Greenville University.

Whether you currently serve, or plan to serve, in Christian ministry among the Deaf, prepare for the meaningful work God has called you to.

Dive deep into scripture as you begin your program with New Testament Survey (CHST 1320) in the Fall of 2021. Examine the life and teachings of Christ and the apostles. Explore the development of the early church and enhance your understanding of biblically faithful ministry.

Then, expand your impact and continue your educational development in Spring 2022.

Future courses in the bridge program may include additional New Testament exploration, Old Testament survey, Deaf church ministry, theology, church ministry, and more.

Explore God’s Word. Earn college credit. And elevate your impact through Deaf-centric ministry. Now that’s epic. 

*Specific courses may change from year to year. In-person classes will be held at Roebuck Baptist Church in Spartanburg County and will compare to the equivalent NGU Tigerville campus courses in content, prerequisites, student expectations, and learning outcomes. Students must meet all admissions and registration requirements, satisfy all tuition college credit and fee obligations, and successfully complete each course to receive college credit.

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