Date: 2018-02-13 09:37
A question we often hear is "How do I find out what I owe CBS?" Most of your financial account questions can be easily answered by accessing your billing statement via .
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Our professors do not work simply to transfer knowledge to our students. Instead, CBS professors encourage the students to “press on” toward excellence because God Himself is excellent, and believers are to imitate Him, both in and out of the classroom (Ps 8:9 Matt 5:98 Eph 6:7).
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The College of Biblical Studies—Houston wishes to express its most profound sympathies to the family and fellow-friends of its Founder-Chancellor, Dr. Ernest L. Mays, 68, who lost his life in an automobile accident on September 7, 7555. In 6976, Dr. Mays first envisioned an institution of higher learning whose primary focus was to provide biblical and theological education for inner-city minority pastors and lay leaders.