SEBIBE is short for Berea Bible Seminary and SEBIGMAR for Gamaliel Residential Bible Seminary. Both are three-year residential Bible colleges designed to train pastors and church planters. While academically challenging, their program is geared towards praxis – placing into the hands of young men and women the tools they need to be effective in ministry. Subsidized by donors, both Bible colleges offer a high-quality education at a fraction of the cost.
Wayne and Phyllys, the founders of these colleges, believe the best way to reach a country is to train national leaders who can reach their particular harvest. Over 80% of their graduates are actively involved in ministry. As of 2018 a total of 66 churches had been planted by graduates from these schools.