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CBC Legacy

Celebrating the legacy of CBC

For 90 years, Central Bible College equipped men and women to be ministers and missionaries all over the world. CBC’s positive impact on the world and the work of the kingdom of God is undeniable.  The men and women who attended the college, along with the faculty and staff, have created a rich legacy of Spirit-empowered service around the world that will last into eternity.

The Cup, the yearbook of CBC, catalogs the lives and activities of students on the campus at Grant and Norton in Springfield. Here, you can relive memories of college years, dating back to the 1938 Cup.

Central Bible College was a stop for a who’s who of the Pentecostal movement. For decades, well-known speakers came to inspire students and bring the Word of God alive. The sermon restoration project is bringing some of the vibrant chapel messages at CBC back to life. Here you can listen to incredible Pentecostal leaders and preachers here, including Thomas F. Zimmerman, C.M. Ward, David Wilkerson, and Mark Batterson.

CBC
Sermons

CBC
Sermons

Central Bible College was a stop for a who’s who of the Pentecostal movement. For decades, well-known speakers came to inspire students and bring the Word of God alive. The sermon restoration project is bringing some of the vibrant chapel messages at CBC back to life. Here you can listen to incredible Pentecostal leaders and preachers here, including Thomas F. Zimmerman, C.M. Ward, David Wilkerson, and Mark Batterson.

The CBC Retrospective provides an overview of the richness of campus and life at CBC, as well as some of the people who attended the college and served on the faculty and staff.

The CBC Center for Vocational Ministry, a new center established at Evangel University as “a living legacy of Central Bible College” will enhance the training of minsters and missionaries.

The CBC
Center

The CBC
Center

The CBC Center for Vocational Ministry, a new center established at Evangel University as “a living legacy of Central Bible College” will enhance the training of minsters and missionaries.