Q&A with a Bachelor of Arts in Divinity student
Vonnie faithfully attended church most of her life, but was unsure about going back to college after a long break from school. GCD’s helpful staff and student body encouraged her to take the next step.
One day as I was driving on Cliffdale Road, I saw GCD and call to inquire about the curriculum being offered. After speaking with one of the academic advisors, I decide to attend an accredited Bible college. I am currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in Divinity program.
What do you like best about your experience with GCD so far?
The three things I like best about my experience with GCD are the helpful/friendly staff, the help of tutors, and at my age how to navigate online.
Where/when do you do your best studying?
I do my best studying in the school’s learning lab and at home in my quiet place, my Lazy Boy. I do my best studying anytime when I’m alone.
What tips could you offer a new student at GCD?
Come with an open mind to learn and grow, and to be willing to do the homework assignments in a timely manner.
How has your learning at GCD helped you grow personally?
Learning at GCD has helped me to grow in the areas of self-discipline. That is, being consistent with early morning devotions and managing finances more effectively. Also, It helped me to learn how to search out the truth of God’s word, and to grow in the area of marriage and family.
How has your experience at GCD benefited your ministry to others?
I am more able to minister to others with confidence and assurance in a better understanding of what the Bible truly means.