frequently asked questions

What is Village Schools of the Bible?

Village Schools of the Bible transforms lives through in-depth study of God’s Word. People of all ages and denominations can get a holistic understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith through reading the Bible.


Where are classes?

We offer Cover-to-Cover Bible Survey in e-learning format. Also, we hold classes in churches in these locations.


What is the Cover-to-Cover class?

Cover-to-Cover is a two-semester, 16 week per semester class. Students read the Bible cover to cover, with weekly discussions and writing assignments. Classes last for two hours. Reading the Bible and writing papers takes about four to six hours per week. This discipleship ministry is both intense and transformational.


What is the cost?

Our Cover-to-Cover survey costs $129 per semester. Because we underwrite the cost of each student by 80%, we depend upon the generosity of God’s people who desire to promote the Word of God. If you are led to give to help transform lives through God's Word, click here


Can I get college credit?

We have a credit transfer agreement with University of Northwestern, St. Paul. Our Cover-to-Cover course is a great option for high school students looking to get a jump-start on their college careers. They have the opportunity to learn about the Bible academically and build their faith through the Word of God.


Do I have to be a certain denomination?

Everyone is welcome at Village Schools of the Bible, no matter your age, background or denomination. Whether you’re a new Christian or you’ve grown up in the church, there is so much to learn about God’s Word. We want to give everyone a holistic understanding through a nine month course that covers the entire Bible.


How do I sign up?

Click here to register. You can also email us at contact@villageschoolsofthebible.org with any further questions, or to sign up.