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Rocky Mountain Leadership Institute

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges & Seminaries' started by Dr. Bob, Apr 14, 2001.

  1. Dr. Bob

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    RMLI has been a small college/seminary level program in Casper, Wyoming, since 1988. It serves to give basic training to laymen and in-depth courses for pastors.

    Starting in May 2001, RMLI will begin offering UWW (university without walls) programs for both the Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and Master of Ministries degrees.

    This inaugural program will be done via the internet, with work being able to be completed while maintaining your present job or ministry. Two short (4-day) resident seminars will be part of the required program from either degree.

    RMLI is an institution of higher learning in the historic reformed (calvinistic) Baptist tradition.

    Our website is not completely updated, but will be shortly. Come visit http://www.grif.net/RMLI/spring2001.html
     
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    Is the RMLI the same that is mentioned in Joshua Harris' book 'I Kissed Dating Goodbye'?
     
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    First I've ever heard it. Wouldn't assume that ANYONE outside Casper (and a few external studies folks) have even HEARD of RMLI.
     
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