Choosing a college can be exciting, yet making the transition might be difficult. At Rhema Bible Training College, we are determined to help make the transition as smooth as possible.
RBTC Circle Groups are one way to enhance success. These groups help students form friendships, find peer support through prayer, and become meaningfully connected to student life. Because we care about each student’s future, being a part of a Circle Group is integrated into the Rhema college experience.
Circle Groups are led by students handpicked by their peers. These men and women are full of prayer, faith, and expectation. They field questions, address personal concerns, or connect students to one of RBTC’s caring staff members for additional guidance.
“The purpose of Circle Groups is to have a Rhema family inside the classroom and a Rhema family outside the classroom,” says Christy Wicks, Rhema Bible Training College Recruitment Administrator. “We not only want the students to leave here with what God has for them but also with connections and strong friendships. So wherever God takes them, they have people to lean on.”
At a big university or college, it may be hard to find someone to talk to, but at Rhema, you’re never alone on your educational journey.
Let us help you start and finish strong. Be a part of a school that cares.
“Resigning from my job, moving to another state . . . it was a lot! I had never left Connecticut my entire life. But God kept doing little things throughout the way that encouraged me. Once I got here and stepped on this campus . . . that’s when I knew I had to come!” —Kelly Powell
Kelly and her husband, Richard, are 2019 RBTC graduates. (Fun fact: They met while attending Rhema!) They know what it’s like to be discouraged by the adversities that come with making a major life decision. But their obedience has changed their lives and the lives of every generation to come after them!
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