Sevibe and Sebigmar are short for Berea Bible Seminary. Both are three-year residential Bible colleges designed to train pastors and church planters. The program strives to be practical, placing into the hands of young men and women the tools they need to be effective in ministry. Subsidized by donors, both colleges offer a high quality education at a fraction of the cost.
Wayne and Phyllys Wozniak, the founders of these colleges, believe the best way to reach a country is to train national leaders to reach their particular harvest. They are proud of the fact that over 80% of their graduates are actively involved in ministry. A total of 66 churches have been planted by teams of graduates from these schools.