Faith Farm Recovery Program Now Earns College Credits

Oct 2013

October 16, 2013 Press Releases 0 Comment

dean_wayne_postBoynton Beach, October 16, 2013 – South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary and Faith Farm Ministries have partnered to offer long term, residential, recovery students college credits upon completion and mastery of Faith Farm’s 9 to 12 month academic curriculum. Both organizations believe that this partnership may be the first ever of its kind. Faith Farm Ministries operates three south Florida campuses with men’s recovery programs in Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach and Okeechobee. The Women’s program is located at the Boynton Beach location. Faith Farm is a 62 year old, free, faith based, residential recovery program for men and women who struggle with addiction.

South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary, established in 1985, is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida, and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Association for Biblical Higher Education and is listed as a Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Vendor by the Florida Department of Education. The bible college is an inter-denominational institution of higher learning where men and women can fulfill the call of God upon their lives.

The partnership allows for academic opportunities for Faith Farm students through offering college credits for completing the Phase I, 9 to 12 month recovery program and passing a comprehensive test. It also provides an avenue for continuing their education, either online or classroom instruction, for a student in Faith Farm’s Phase II Program, specifically the Omega College Program. This is a student who desires to obtain either an Associate of Arts degree, any of six Bachelor of Arts degrees or a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies or a Master of Divinity degree. The partnership also offers collaborative opportunities for faculty and staff.

For further information:

Judy Walters | Faith Farm Ministries | jwalters@faithfarm.org

Dr. Mary Drabik | South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary | mdrabik@sfbc.edu

About South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary
As an inter-denominational institution, SFBC&TS educates the student in the various evangelical doctrines and lets the churches indoctrinate. A key distinction about our program is our commitment to affordable education. Our students have the opportunity to graduate debt free as they go into ministry. Many students come from at-risk populations and their lives are turned around by the dedicated faculty and staff. SFBC&TS has over 1,000 alumni serving in both Christian and secular capacities locally and around the world. Graduates include Christian counselors, military &hospital chaplains, business owners active in the community, senior and youth ministers, and missionaries to Romania, Bahamas, South America, Mexico and Finland. Alumni include: Rev. Irving Fryar, former football player for Philadelphia Eagles & Miami Dolphins. Honorary degrees: Gov. Jeb Bush, Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan, Senator Daniel Webster, Attorney Mat Staver, and other prominent leaders. Visitwww.sfbc.edu for more information
About Faith Farm Ministries
Established in 1951, Faith Farm Ministries is a faith-based, long-term, residential, recovery program for men and women who struggle with addiction issues. There are 445 beds at three locations consisting of over 1,600 acres in Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach, and Okeechobee, Florida. Faith Farm Ministries is the premier, national model for a self-funded ministry incorporating a variety of micro-enterprise initiatives, including citrus, cattle, dairy calves, thrift stores, recycling, sod farming and more. In addition to the academic program while in the program, students are trained and gain experience in résumé worthy vocations to help them compete in a challenging job market. The year long program is 100% free for students with micro-enterprise generating nearly $12Million annually: 94.4% of revenues allocated to programs; 4.4% allocated to administration; and, only 1.2% allocated toward fundraising. Visit www.FaithFarm.org for additional information.