Academic pursuit must be linked with a growing spiritual life that is sensitive to God’s will. Therefore, South East Asia Bible College is committed to providing various ways of ministry that will help foster the student’s spiritual growth.
Chapel services are considered an integral part of the educational experience and spiritual development of each student. Therefore, each South East Asia Bible College provides meaningful chapel services for students three times each week – on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. These services featured faculty members, visiting speakers, and senior students. All students are required to attend.
Evening devotional times are held in the dormitory under the direction of the faculty members and senior students. Each student is encouraged to have a regular private devotional life to complement study of God’s Word.
Day of Prayer
Students and faculty come together for a day of prayer and fasting once each semester. This is considered one of the most important days of the school year.
Every weekend is assigned for outreach ministry. The evangelism and counseling (EC) outreaches to communities in the Yangon and Delta areas meet spiritual needs. Each student is required to participate in this challenging ministry.
Students are expected to attend services at Canaan Gospel Chapel and some other churches as directed by the faculty.
Standards of Conduct
The South East Asia Bible College seeks to train students in the high standard of Christian conduct. Each student is expected to exemplify a Christ-controlled life dealing with fellow students and other people.
The use of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, or non-medical drugs and indulgence in other worldly practices are incompatible with preparation for the Christian ministry. Students are expected to abide by these standards. The administration reservesthe right to dismiss from the college a student whose conduct is found to be unsatisfactory.
Each student should fully understand these requirements and give his or her signature of compliance before he or she is admitted to the college.
The South East Asia Bible College (SEABC) library had a humble beginning with several hundred books contributed by friends from the United States of America and the United Kingdom. The library now contains more than 2000 volumes on commentary, Bible exegesis, theology, church history, Christian education, missions, and related subjects. The college is trusting God for the further expansion and usefulness of the library. The college welcomes gifts of useful books for the library.
Rules for Students
- A dormitory student must supply his or her own blankets, mosquito net, pillow, towels, plates, spoons, cups, etc.
- Students are not allowed to spend the night outside without prior permission.
- Students are requested to take good care of dormitories and all articles which are in them.
- It is the duty of each student to keep his or her surroundings clean.
- Students are expected to exemplify Christian unselfishness and kindness in dealing with fellow students.
- Students are strictly prohibited from entering the dorm of the opposite sex without permission of the dormitory supervisor.
- Students are firmly warned to be very careful in their relationship with the opposite sex.
- Students must abstain from doing anything which will disturb fellow students, e.g. turning on the radio, playing guitars, etc. in the dorm.
- Students are encouraged to use English in all their conversations.
- Students must submit to the authority of the dormitory supervisor.
- Students are expected to strictly adhere to the daily schedule drawn by the facility.
|5:30 – 6:00am||Rise and Shine|
|6:30 – 7:30am||Private Study|
|8:00 – 10:00am||Morning Classes|
|10:00 – 11:00am||Morning Meal|
|11:00 – 11:50am||Chapel Session (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)|
|12:00 – 3:00pm||Afternoon Classes|
|3:00 – 4:00pm||Private Study|
|5:00 – 6:00pm||Evening Meal|
|6:00 – 6:30pm||Student Group Devotion|
|7:00 – 9:30pm||Night Study|
|9:30 – 10:00pm||Personal Devotion|