Berean Bible College

Rev. Bobby San Miguel

Dean

We recognize that a degree or a diploma does not necessarily produce a ministry. Our primary purpose is not to issue degrees and diplomas, but to assist individuals in developing their God-given talents. The degrees and diplomas recognize systematic preparation, and are not in themselves qualifications for ministry. Therefore, Berean Bible College does not ordain, license or offer placement assistance to graduates.

Who Is Our STAFF?

Rev. Bobby San Miguel returned to BBC as our Dean in 2010.  Mrs. Christy Bradley came in as our Registrar in 2015.

Rev. Doug Balcombe

President

What Do We Teach?

Berean Bible College, in an effort to achieve its objective of offering a balanced Christian education, offers four Major courses of study: Ministerial, Missionary, Biblical Counseling, and Christian Education. These specific disciplines have specialized courses to more thoroughly equip the student in each field. Its aim is to further develop biblical study and theological skills, encourage spiritual growth and strengthen practical abilities needed for serving Christ and His Church at home and abroad.


History of BBC

We Answer

"Excellence in Preparation"

Mrs. Christy Bradley

​Registrar

Founded by George and Rita Evans, in September 1971, BBC has been equipping Christian laborers with a biblical foundation for more than 40 years. Originally housed in San Diego, Berean moved its campus to the lovely suburb of Poway, CA in 1991. The BBC campus is now located on the property of Living Way Church. Rev. Douglas Balcombe, Senior Pastor of Living Way Church, serves as President of our institution. From its inception the vision of our founder and President Emeritus, Dr. G. E. Evans has been to provide an institution that encompsses the diversity of the entire Christian community, teaching and training those desiring to serve God more effectively. Local pastors are invited to instruct classes in their areas of expertise, challenging and educating students regardless of denomination.