Q. Why am I unable to log in to this website with my old log-in information?
If you registered on either of the old MBC sites, you must create a new username and password in order to track your progress on this new website. Click here to create your new username and password.
Q. Who wrote the MBC material?
MBC was written in the 1970’s-80’s by Pastor Dick Woodward. Click here for more information on Dick Woodward.
Q. Is MBC affiliated with a particular Christian denomination?
The MBC curriculum is written as a non-denominational, devotional study of the Bible. The teachings are grounded in Scripture. They have stood the test of time and are being used by a wide array of mainline and independent churches alike.
Q. Is MBC a “real” bible college that I can attend?
MBC is not an actual college, and there is no application/scholarship process. Anyone can participate by studying online. We also have the MBC material available on CD/DVD in our store.
Q. Is there a certificate for course completion?
There is no certificate for course completion, nor do the courses count for any kind of accreditation.
Q. Is there a charge to study online?
These materials are offered for individual and group study free of charge on our site. Please respect the copyright and do not alter the material in any way. If used in other materials, please credit International Cooperating Ministries as the publisher and Dick Woodward as the author.
Q. Can I download the lessons?
Yes, you can download the lessons for study. You can download each audio/print lesson individually or by course here on the lessons homepage. Please do not alter the materials and credit ICM as the publisher and Dick Woodward as the author.
Q. Can I lead my own bible study with these materials?
Yes, we encourage anyone to download the materials for use in small groups.
Q. How do I use the Bible along with my MBC Study?
Many people ask MBC for a list of Bible Chapters and verses that can be read before each lesson. This Study is not a verse-by-verse Bible Study, but often uses material from an entire book in a single lesson. The best way to read the Bible with MBC is to read for the entire course that you are studying. For example, when studying the New Testament course "Acts-Romans," set out to complete the reading of both of those books in the time it takes you to listen to all of the Audio Lessons.
Q. What if I have trouble using the site?
Please review the Help page (link) for access requirements and troubleshooting tips. If you encounter a problem with an audio lesson not playing, please bring it to our attention via the Contact Us form.