70th Anniversary Celebration

70th Anniversary Celebration

October 21st and 22nd, 2018

Please set October 21st & 22nd aside in your calendars to attend a milestone achievement in the life and history of LBC. We’ll have a celebration service, open house reception, a college class, a concert by the Dave Melton Family Singers, an alumni luncheon, etc. You can even stay on the former 1707 S. Third Street campus’ main building which is now a Bed & Breakfast (only 2 rooms left!).

New Preaching Program

“Where will the preachers come from?” It’s a question many, including us, are asking. LBC is starting a new program to try to help address the concern. The one-year program will be offered over two years on weekends through our 1-2 hour modules (Friday [5:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.] and Saturday [8:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.]). These preaching modules will be very practical along with the counseling ones supplementing them.

The second hour may be earned through additional outside work. The schedule will allow students to come on one weekend a month even if they live a distance, stay at home, keep their job, and be able to afford tuition. (Graduate $87, Undergrad $77, Audit $37). There will be two tracks: Master of Sacred Literature (for those who have a bachelor’s degree) and a Certificate of Christian Leadership (for those who do not).

Although most in-class work will be the same, outside will not. Assignments will be given on the basis: 2 hours-graduate, 1 hour-graduate, 2 hours- undergraduate and 1 hour-undergraduate.

Those who have expressed an interest in teaching are aware that our teachers do not receive any salary. They do so because they desire to educate others for the ministry as a part of their ministry. We are trying to offer a little help with expenses.

Those whom we are asking to teach come from ten different states and include: Dr.’s Dale Bertram and Mark Hahlen (TX); Dr. Jerry Mattingly (TN); Dr.’s Guthrie Veech and Tom LaHue (FL); Rowlie Hutton (NE); John Seitz (IA); Terry Sweeney (CA); Tony Sullivan (GA); Dr. Terry Peer, Andrew Paris and Kerry Allen (OH); Dr.’s Danny Gabbard and Mike Frances, Matthew Sullivan and Terry Kemp (IN); Dr.’s Jason Anderson and Tom Mobley, Gary Fenner, Joe Hatchett and Larry Oetzel (KY).

Open Ministries Opportunities

Open Ministries Opportunities

If you would like to inquire about receiving LBC’s current open ministry opportunities list please either e-mail lbc@louisvillebible.net or call 502 231-5221. We will send you the most up to date information that we have. If you would like to post a job opening at LBC, please e-mail lbc@louisvillebible.net including the position title, a brief description of the position, a brief description of the church, and a contact person (with name, number, address and/or e-mail address) to send resumes to. Please also communicate with us if a position has been filled.

2018 Graduates

Congratulations to the 2018 graduates of LBC!

Graduates are:
Donald Butters, C.C.L.
Mike Bartlett, M.S.L.
Cecilia Jones, M.S.L.

2017 Graduates

Congratulations to the 2017 graduates of LBC!

Adam C. Hale – Bachelor of Sacred Literature

Kathryn L. Hutcherson – Associate of Sacred Literature

Robert H. Hutcherson – Associate of Sacred Literature

New Alumni Officers

New Alumni Officers have been selected and are already making plans for the Alumni Association to once again become more active in the ministry of LBC. The officers are:

Mike Wall, President
Denny Dillman, Vice-President
Mike Gillespie, Secretary
Gary Morning, Treasurer
Ralph Hillenburg, Assistant Treasurer
C.J. Sweeney, Past President

Anthony Sweeney, Regents Chairman, and LBC President Mobley also attend Officer’s meetings

Keep in touch with LBC happenings on its Facebook page: Louisville Bible College Alumni Association


President Mobley represented Louisville Bible College at the annual meeting of the Association Biblical Higher Education in February. LBC now has Affiliate status with the accrediting association. An Affiliate institution of ABHE participates in and contributes to collegial and professional development activities of the association. Affiliate status does not, however, constitute, imply or presume ABHE accredited status at present or in the future. In addition to the ABHE workshops and sessions, Dr. and Mrs. Mobley were ablet o meet with other Christian church Bible colleges; President and Academic Deans. This helps to foster a better relationship with the other colleges. They were very interested in learning of LBC’s status and intentions.