My name is Sarah. I’m planning to be a teacher, but knowing God comes first.
Posted On October 15, 2009
Sarah Woodroof from Spokane, Wash., was already attending another college when her younger sister began to consider attending Reformation Bible College. “I heard about RBC from my mother and sister who visited the campus,” says Sarah. “They were blown away by their experience and encouraged me to apply.”
Feeling spiritually stagnant at the college she was then attending, Sarah visited RBC’s website to learn more. “After watching interviews from current students and professors, I was encouraged by the confidence and passion they had for God’s Word and the study of theology. I chose to transfer to RBC because I knew I would graduate with a solid scriptural foundation and a love for God and his church.”
Now in her second year at RBC, Sarah says that the rigorous biblical and theological reflection with her peers has been a tremendous blessing. “One of the greatest joys of RBC is the shared mission of the student body. I know my classmates are here because they love God and want to know him more. I am constantly overwhelmed by their passion for the Lord and it is an immense blessing to study, learn, and worship with them.”
After completing her Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies degree, Sarah plans to be involved in Christian education. “I hope to teach Jr. High and early High School students at a Christian school, work with youth in international or local missions, get married and raise children who love the Lord, or some combination of the three,” she says. “Whether they are my own children or my students, I want to teach them to know and love God.”
To those considering RBC, Sarah says this: “Come join us! If you are a Christian who is seeking to glorify God with everything you think, say, and do, come to RBC.”