Good News from Grantees: Growing Bible College Receives Grant Funds
Cornerstone College of Virginia and the Micah 6:8 Benevolence Fund
Christ centered. Career focused.
A grant from the Micah 6:8 Benevolence Fund of The Community Foundation is fueling outreach and engagement for a fast-growing local bible college that offers degree programs, dual-enrollment classes for Christian high schools and home schools, and seminars for churches and nonprofit Christian organizations.
Cornerstone College of Virginia, formerly known as Fredericksburg Bible Institute and Seminary, will use the communications grant funds to expand audiences and involve more students.
Cornerstone College of Virginia describes their work this way:
Cornerstone College of Virginia (CCV) provides a Christ centered pathway to a theological and professional education that fully equips our students for kingdom work in the church and in the world. We seek to enhance the wisdom of our students in the stewardship of their God-given gifts and talents.
CCV is an Institute and Seminary that offers theological degrees at the Associate, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate level.
We work in partnership with other colleges to provide our students a cost effective pathway to an accredited Bachelors’ degree in such professions as Business Administration, Criminal Justice and General Education.
Cornerstone College of Virginia (CCV) seeks to be a premier educational institution that provides Christ centered theological and professional training that equips our students for meaningful lifework.
The CCV educational approach relies upon shared in-class and online academic experiences to teach the social and collaborative skills that are modern day essentials for future career success.
The Micah 6:8 Benevolence Fund was established at The Community Foundation in December 2016 by an anonymous donor in order to facilitate personal charitable giving goals