Our Seminary Students and Graduates

Posted On June 01, 2021

Our calling at Reformation Bible College is to train up students to be men and women of faith who glorify God in any career they enter. Whether our students enter the pastorate or missions, medicine or law, they are given an education at RBC that is intensely focused on fulfilling the highest vocation—knowing God.

Earlier this month, we held our commencement exercises to celebrate the graduating class of 2021. Our graduates will be entering the workforce, getting married, and pursuing missions work; others will be attending seminary and serving in the local church. Read on to learn more about the graduates who plan to attend seminary in the near future, and the recent RBC graduates who are now faithfully leading their congregations.

This year, Dylan Brock from California earned a B.A. in Theology at RBC. After taking a semester off for his wedding in the summer, he aims to attend Reformed Theological Seminary.

Joseph Sato from Missouri earned a B.A. in Theology at RBC, and he is enrolled at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Mich. for the fall 2021 semester.

Steven Seal from Pennsylvania earned a B.A. in Theology, and is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Fla. He has been awarded the Hughes Scholarship, an award as part of the Hughes Initiative for Pastoral Excellence.

Two RBC alumni are currently serving pastoral roles in their local churches. David Carnes (B.A. in Biblical Studies, 2016) is serving as associate pastor at Lake Sherwood Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Orlando, Fla., and Nathan Voss (B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies, 2016) is now serving as a minister at Faith United Reformed Church in Beecher, Ill.

If you are planning to attend seminary, our Accelerated Degree program is a 120-credit-hour program that is designed to launch students into ministry in just six years. This way, you can earn a B.A. and M.Div. while saving time and money, and without compromising the quality of your education. This track allows you to study with RBC for three years, then offers a direct path to attend any of our partner seminaries:

Contact us today at 888-722-1517 or admissions@reformationbiblecollege.org for more information. We’d love to help.