Brent Green serves as the Bible Institute of Missouri's school representative. He is a 2007 graduate of the Bible Institute and worships and works with the Kansas Expressway Church of Christ. If you would like more information about the school or someone to come speak about the work of the school to the congregation where you attend, he is the person to contact (417-865-4543 or He writes:

There is a continual need in the church for men who will stand up and boldly proclaim the whole counsel of God. Because of this need, men must be adequately and properly trained to serve as leaders in the church. This is why I believe the Bible Institute of Missouri is serving such a vital purpose in the kingdom of God today. Here men are receiving a solid foundation in the Word of God, so that they can herald His Word throughout the world. As a graduate of this school, I fully support and recommend the work and mission of this preacher training facility. It is because of the tireless efforts of the faculty and supporters of the Bible Institute of Missouri that God’s Word is being committed to faithful men who are teaching others throughout the United States and the world.

Brent Green

Bill Goring serves as an elder and evangelist for the Chipman Road Church of Christ in Lees Summit, Missouri. He writes:

Preaching the gospel is the greatest work on this earth. The preparation one makes to do this work must not be taken lightly. One must be a student of the grand old Book. And always make it a daily practice to study the Bible. Try to know more today than you knew yesterday. This is why I would like to recommend the Bible Institute of Missouri. A school of preaching that is dedicated to The Word of God. Our great brotherhood is blessed with this excellent school of preaching that is true to the once and for all delivered faith. We strongly support this school.

Bill Goring

Jack Williams also serves as an elder and evangelist for the Thirty-ninth Street Church of Christ in Independence, Missouri. He writes:

I have long realized the necessity, challenge and benefit of training others to preach. The apostle Paul set forth the necessary ingredients to accomplish this training process when he said, "the things that thou has heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also" (2 Timothy 2:2). I am persuaded that these components are found at the Bible Institute of Missouri. The school is blessed with instructors who are faithful men who have been taught the word of God and are adept at teaching others. In their student body, they demand that the individuals be "faithful men" who will likewise be competent to teach others upon their graduation. In addition they are blessed with a godly and dedicated eldership which oversees the work as well as excellent leadership in the administration. I gladly lend my recommendation to this good work and pray they will receive generous support and prayers from faithful congregations as well as due consideration by any contemplating the intense course of study the Bible Institute of Missouri offers.

Jack H. Williams