The reason for the existence of ICBC is to provide necessary skills and tools to those young men and women who are called by God and committed to serve Christ anywhere they are called.
For the last 36 years, exceptional education has been provided by quality Professors, proven by our former graduates who have become great Christian leaders in the ministries.
India Christian Bible College is historically rooted in a very spiritual movement called ‘Restoration Movement. As an offshoot of this movement, ICBC was started in Thengode, Kerala, India in June 1984.
"To bring the marginalized Tribal, untouchables, and other suppressed and oppressed groups into the mainstream through Biblical education, evangelism and church planting."
India Christian Bible College is historically rooted in a very spiritual movement called ‘Restoration Movement.’ About 200 years ago God used Thomas and Alexander Campbell, along with other men of God, to launch out a great spiritual revival in America. In the course of time, reverberations of this great awakening reached Europe, Asia, and other continents.
India Christian Bible College was started in Thengode, Cochin, Kerala, India in June 1984. It is supported by Christian Churches and individuals who believe in global evangelism. This College was established by Dr. John Philipose, who is the Founder and President, and his wife Annamma Philipose.
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It is with a heavy, heavy heart that we tell you that Dr. John Philipose, Dad, has passed away. We are so thankful that we were able to spend the last year with him here in the states. I can tell you, his daughters, Laly and Christina took excellent care of him as he was battling cancer. He slipped away peacefully on Sunday morning, February 27th, in our home, surrounded by family at 5:50 AM. But what a legacy he leaves behind. To say that he was loved by thousands would probably be an understatement. He will be sorely missed.