- You must enroll in this course to access course content.
To get started in HBI, click the red “Email Hope Bible Institute” link below to send us the required information. You will not receive a response email. Once you send us the information you may proceed to the next step.
Next, click the orange “Enroll Today!” link below to enroll by creating a username and password to access all of the lessons.
Once enrolled, you will need to click the green “Enrolled Students Click Here To Login” link at the top of the homepage in order to sign in when you become logged out. You do not need to fill out your information again, just click on the “click here to login” link at the top of the Enroll/Login page.
All of the lessons (about 625 total) have been compiled from the teaching of David O’Steen who has worked full-time in the ministry since 2001 and has served as the pastor of Hope Bible Church in Jackson, Georgia since 2005.
We recommend that you take detailed notes for your own benefit. Taking notes will help you retain what you are learning and will also be a helpful resource for future studies.
Once you have completed all of the lessons, please contact us and we will send you a final test that you will need to pass in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Hope Bible Institute is offered free of charge, but donations to help further the ministry of Hope Bible Church are appreciated (Gal. 6:6). There is a PayPal donation link at the bottom of the page.
Once you have completed a series of lessons (e.g., the King James Bible), please remember to click on the blue “Mark Complete” button at the bottom of the page.
Please feel free to email us your feedback on what you think about HBI. We welcome all comments, suggestions, and questions!
In order to register for this course, we require that you send us an email with the following information: name, address, phone number, age, vocation, church name (if any), and a brief testimony of salvation. Also, briefly explain the reason that you are taking this course.
Rightly Dividing the Bible