Locations

Scroll down to read about each BLI location and the courses being offered at each one

Biblical Leadership Institute
Knysna | 6 Queen Street

The first-ever location for the Biblical Leadership Institute was at the ministry headquarters for Knysna Hope. Located at 6 Queen Street in Knysna Central, this location is easily accessible from anywhere in Knysna and surrounding communities.

Current Course

Pastoral Ethics | Saturday, October 30 (2:30pm-5:00pm)

 

In this course, we will examine what Scripture has to say about the ethical expectations of pastoral leadership. We will discuss topics such as how a pastor treats members of the congregation, how a pastor should relate to church finances, how a pastor should counsel people in the church, and how a pastor should exercise biblical leadership in the spirit of 1 Peter 5. 

Biblical Leadership Institute
George | 76 Cradock Street

The newest location for the Biblical Leadership Institute is at the ministry headquarters for Inspire George. Located at 76 Cradock Street in the business district of the city of George, this location is close to all major bus routes.

Current Course

Intro to Biblical Counseling | Saturday, October 30 (8:00am-12:00pm)

 

This course will introduce students to the Biblical Counseling movement and will survey the theological presuppositions that undergird it. Furthermore, the course will introduce students to the foundational concepts of Biblical counseling and demonstrate how the scriptures can be used to bring about the kind of life change that counselees need.

Biblical Leadership Institute
Sedgefield | 3 Duiwe Avenue

The Sedgefield location has been the busiest location in our short history. Situated just off the N2 on Duiwe Avenue, this location is housed in the Lakeside Ministry Building.

Upcoming Course

Exegetical Study of Romans | 23 October 2021

 

This course will take students on a detailed journey through Romans, one of the most significant books of the New Testament. Dr. Steve Stairs will provide an overview of the contents of each chapter in its details and in its larger theological message. Classes will be offered on October 23, November 6, November 20, and December 4.