Your Spiritual Path Begins Here
Connect on a deeper level!
Connect on a deeper level!
We would like to welcome you to DFMI School of Biblical Studies (DFMSBS) – a school of the Spirit, Impartation, and Faith – where we are training to transform the lives of men and women for the glory of God!
At DFMI School of Biblical Studies, our primary goal is to provide every student with a comprehensive education that will help them fulfill the call of God in their lives. We offer dynamic, anointed teaching that will change your life and ministry. In addition, we strive to exhibit the academic excellence demanded of a Christian institution of higher learning; train leaders by developing the whole person; provide theologically sound doctrine, and offer a well-rounded academic curriculum in an atmosphere that affirms and develops your call, as well as to prepare you to provide leadership in the church and the community at large.
Our courses are engaging, and each person is encouraged to develop a stronger personal faith and relationship with Jesus Christ.
The purpose of this Handbook is to familiarize you with the policies and procedures of the School. If you need additional information concerning policies and practices, feel free to contact the office of the Registrar.
Again, we welcome you to study and learn at our School, from top-quality faculty and staff. We firmly believe you will not regret the investment!
God Bless You,
Bishop Donald E. Battle,
President & Founder
DFMI School of Biblical Studies’ philosophy of education incorporates the following beliefs:
· The Bible and its authority, authenticity, and reliability, is the complete and final revelation of God concerning all matters of faith, truth, and practice.
· The centrality and authority of Jesus Christ is in all that is believed, said, and done.
· Knowledge of the Bible and of Jesus Christ is essential to the development and growth of the individual regarding physical, mental, social, and spiritual matters.
· A personal commitment to Jesus Christ is imperative for every person involved in the Christian educational process.
· The Ministry of The Holy Spirit is absolutely necessary in the illumination of God’s Word to the student.
· God is Sovereign in all of the affairs of mankind throughout all history.
· Man is created in the image of God.
The clearly defined goals, objectives, and moral principles outlined in the Bible are central to the educational process.
What is accreditation? Accreditation is basically an organized way of determining the acceptance of credits or degrees from any particular institution. Since academic recognition is a continual process, the administration, faculty and staff of DFMSBS has made a commitment to provide the highest quality standards of education without compromise to the Biblical and theological philosophies of Christianity.
Divine Faith School of Biblical Studies is a member of the Georgia Nonpublic Post secondary Education Commission. This agency is affiliated and recognized by the the Department of Education with the state of Georgia. DFMSBS is a private institution and is not connected with government schools, and makes no guarantee of the acceptance of DFMSBS credits to other institutions except those accredited through Georgia Non Public Post Education Commission.
Transfer of credits from DFMSBS to other institutions of learning are solely up to the discretion and desire of the institution where the student is applying. Students are encouraged to inquire how the educational institution into which they plan to transfer concerning the transfer of credits received through any another institution in advance of enrollment. The degree programs of this School are designed solely for religious vocations, programs that are in accordance with our Biblical convictions and beliefs.
DFMI School of Biblical Studies admits students of any race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin. All rights, privileges, programs, and activities are made available to all students of the School. DFMSBS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or any school-administered program.