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Hello i'm new to the forum. i'm 17 and am starting my last year in high school. I really would love to be able to go to a christian college and am having a hard time finding good christian colleges to apply at i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions to some good colleges I could look at.

 

 Thank you so much for your time,

God bless,

-Geena :)

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Hello i'm new to the forum. i'm 17 and am starting my last year in high school. I really would love to be able to go to a christian college and am having a hard time finding good christian colleges to apply at i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions to some good colleges I could look at.

 

 Thank you so much for your time,

God bless,

-Geena :)

 

What are you wanting to study and what part of the country do you want to go?

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Im wanting to go into elementary teaching and minoring in music ... i will go wherever God is leading me to go :)

 

Alrighty.  Well, first, all schools are man-made institutions; so none will 100% perfect in every category and so you'll always have to take the positive and negative aspects of a college/university and weigh them against what is most fitting for where God is leading you.  That said, I highly recommend Pensacola Christian College (pcci.edu); they have an excellent education department and they are accredited so you can go to either a Christian school/academy or enter the mission field of public schools.  Some people have complaints about aspects of the chapel program, but overall it's a solid Christian school

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Thanks for the tip on this one.  Checking it out.  Not interested in accredidation or anything, just a good structured BI program for my busy lifestyle (church, family, household stuff, work, AGE :icon_smile:  )

 

Registered.  Classes start 9/2.  Excited to start.

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Alrighty.  Well, first, all schools are man-made institutions; so none will 100% perfect in every category and so you'll always have to take the positive and negative aspects of a college/university and weigh them against what is most fitting for where God is leading you.  That said, I highly recommend Pensacola Christian College (pcci.edu); they have an excellent education department and they are accredited so you can go to either a Christian school/academy or enter the mission field of public schools.  Some people have complaints about aspects of the chapel program, but overall it's a solid Christian school

PCC is a college that my church recommends and iv actually already applied early their and thanks for the advice:D

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I believe most people should learn at the church God has put them at.  We don't need to go off to college to learn what God wants us to learn.  I feel most churches, instead of training up the youth, have sent them away to let others do what they themselves should be doing.

 

BTW, I went awhile to Tennessee Temple University back when it was a pretty good college.

 

Now, I see church that are struggling with attendance problems when they have sent most of their youth away.  Kind of dumb is you ask me.

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I believe most people should learn at the church God has put them at.  We don't need to go off to college to learn what God wants us to learn.  I feel most churches, instead of training up the youth, have sent them away to let others do what they themselves should be doing.

 

BTW, I went awhile to Tennessee Temple University back when it was a pretty good college.

 

Now, I see church that are struggling with attendance problems when they have sent most of their youth away.  Kind of dumb is you ask me.

 

Perhaps you would have an argument for a Bible Studies major, but unless the church offers a Bachelor's degree in early childhood or elementary education then it is of no help to geenaceline in her effort to become a teacher.  If God has called her to be a teacher, then she has to go somewhere that offers instruction and certification to that end.  Generally speaking, churches that have such programs are called Christian colleges or are associated with one.  I think your point is moot for this young lady's circumstances.

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