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Last week, a lot of the students and staff got outside to do some fall cleanup! We’re grateful for all that helped make this place look much better outside!We’re at our halfway mark for 2nd term this week, and God has blessed us richly! See MoreSee Less
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Thank you for all your prayers for the 1st Term Tour! We are thankful for safety, amid several bus break-downs and changing of plans! Our prayer is that everyone was encouraged in listening to the choir.Second term is just getting started this week, and classes are under way! See MoreSee Less
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We’re on our last day of 1st term today, and tomorrow the choir leaves on tour! Please remember to pray for them as they encourage other believers. They will be singing in multiple schools this tour.We’ve been enjoying some beautiful sunrises and sunsets recently! God is faithful! See MoreSee Less
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First Term Choir Tour Itinerary – October 19-26Thursday, Oct. 19: Way of Jesus Academy – Lancaster, PAFriday, Oct. 20: Tidings of Peace Christian School – York, PA Philadelphia, PASunday, Oct. 22: Allegany Boy’s Camp – Oldtown, MDMonday, Oct. 23: Berea Christian School – Harrisonburg, VA Mountain View Nursing Home – Aroda, VATuesday, Oct. 24: Faith Mission Home – Free Union, VAWednesday, Oct. 25: Terre Hill High School – Lancaster, PA Gap View Mennonite Church – Gap, PA See MoreSee Less
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First term is over halfway done already! This past week the students and staff enjoyed helping with apple butter at the Green Hill Sewing Club. One Saturday the power went out at school for the afternoon and evening, but good memories were still made! Grateful for health and a good term so far! See MoreSee Less
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sharon mennonite bible institute introduction

Introduction to SMBI

The Lord of the church has given his body a variety of gifts and roles “for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ” (Eph. 4:12). This verse contains a three-fold directive for every born again follower of Christ.  As saints, we are called to move toward and into the ongoing work of sanctification and perfection in our own lives.  As Christ works in us, we become His hands and feet continuing the ministry of redemption which He initiated before mankind ever needed redemption.  Finally, since we are designed to function as a body and not an isolated ear or foot, we must band together as a body to build up and encourage our fellow pilgrims as we journey together.

At Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute it is our vision to function as a support to churches and families as together we endeavor to see these directives fulfilled in our lives and the lives of our students.   We have no desire to become another option in the smorgasbord of entertainment and diversion, but rather to be a dynamic tool that God can use to perform His work in and through each of us.  We appreciate your support as we strive to perfect the saints, equip them for ministry, and build up the body of Christ.

Clifford Schrock, Administrator

Nondiscrimination Policy

Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.