FRBI is Dedicated to
The inerrancy and sufficiency of Holy Scripture
The application of "Literal, Grammatical, Historical, Contextual" hermeneutics
The Literal six-day, ex-nihilo creation
The Scriptural distinctions between the church and Israel
Providing easily accessible theological training and ministry equipping
Seeing God progressively glorified through the equipping of His people
Our students progressive growth in personal holiness
The centrality of the local church in God's redemptive plan
Front Range Bible Institute (FRBI) was formed in 2006 in response to a shifting paradigm in theological education prompted by rising costs and relocation logistics associated with traditional biblical seminaries. The church-based Bible institute was developed as a complementary alternative for easily accessible, high quality and lower cost systematic theological training and ministry equipping. All for the purpose of assisting local churches accomplish the God-given mandates of the Great Commission.
We operate as a 501 (c) iii non-profit theological ministry and according to guidelines of the Colorado Board of Higher Education as a degree granting institution. Our seminary trained faculty is dedicated to faithful service, and deeply committed to battling the neglect of sound theological teaching or its relegation to the "merely academic." At the present time, we are not accredited by any outside accreditation services, and the degrees FRBI offers in accordance with Colorado state guidelines may or may not be recognized by other educational institutions. VA benefits can be used for all educational costs. ACSI recognizes instruction for continuing education.
We are deeply committed to the importance of seeing the local church be all that God has called it to be, and to accomplish all that God has called it to accomplish. Those who serve toward this end understand the challenges of the call. Front Range was formed as a local church ministry with the purpose of helping the local churches accomplish he God-given mandates of the Great Commission.