Trinity Bible School
Several years ago, Brother Prewitt was working in a prison for youthful offenders as an Academic Instructor in the faith-based housing unit. One day, a young Mexican student was added to his roster. The other young men in his class prepared the way for the young Mexican by telling Brother Prewitt that he was a very devoted Christian. As Brother Prewitt began to dialogue with the Mexican student, he learned that his young Mexican student had a calling to ministry on his life.
The student did not know much about Brother Prewitt, but he apparently knew enough to know that he could help him, so he asked Brother Prewitt to instruct him in ministry as well as academics. Brother Prewitt was more than willing to help. He started giving him assignments that he would complete and turn in to him, and the young Mexican student was very faithful to complete each assignment with care.
During the course of Brother Prewitt's work at the prison, he met another inmate that expressed similar aspirations. As he began to work with him in the same way, it occurred to Brother Prewitt that neither of these young men had completed high school. To be quite honest, neither of them was likely to ever do so. He was not discounting miracles and the effectiveness of hard work, but when a twenty-year-old tests on an elementary school level, high school completion seems to them completely unattainable. Brother Prewitt soon came to the conclusion that without high school, these young men were never going to be able to attend a traditional Bible college. He thought to himself, I wish there was some way that young men like these could receive ministerial training without having to have a high school diploma.
Well, it has taken several years, but Brother Prewit believe that the Lord has put it on his heart to provide such training. After all, why should a Spanish speaking Mexican be required to master the English language and become versed in English literature before receiving training to work in the ministry? God's Word says otherwise:
For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty (1 Corinthians 1:26-27).
"If you ask me to give a speech on any other subject, I become very nervous, but put a Bible in my hand and all of that nervousness disappears."
Billy Prewitt sensed the Lord's calling on his life at an early age. He originally pursued a career in music playing the trumpet; however, after receiving numerous scholarships, awards, touring across the United States and England, performing for President George Bush, playing as a featured soloist with bands and symphony orchestra, and many other musical accomplishments, he had no satisfaction. It was at this point that his dad suggested that he enroll in Bible college for one semester. That one semester turned into years of Bible College which changed his life and helped him to discover his true calling.
Since that time, Brother Prewitt has been actively involved in ministry: preaching, teaching, door-to-door witnessing, counseling, outdoor crusades, and doing whatever else he can to see the Lord's work advance. In addition, he has authored many evangelistic tracts and written several books among which are: The Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Pentecostal Perspective, What if Calvin Was Wrong?, and The Inspiration of Scripture. He holds a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, principal level certification in the State of Florida, a Master of Arts in Theology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Music. He has served as a youth pastor, associate pastor, and senior pastor.
Brother Prewitt is married to Rebekah Prewitt, a Christian counselor and author. To learn more about the ministry of the Prewitts, you may visit their websites linked below.Home
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Q: Can I earn a degree through Trinity Bible School?
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Q: What denomination is Trinity Bible School affiliated with?
A: Trinity Bible School is non-denominational in that we are autonomous; however, we are united in theology with most Trinitarian Pentecostal denominations.Q: Where will I attend classes?
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Q: Are you accredited?
A: Accreditation is voluntary in the United States, and Trinity Bible School purposefully operates without this convention. Trinity Bible School is a private school which caters to students worldwide who are seeking to work within the Church.Home