April 16 – June 19, 2023 (6-8 weeks)

For Mail-in Registration only-Please have postmarked by April 10 (no deadline for online registration)

Please Mail To:

Bible Institute of Hawaii
2345 Nuʻuanu Ave
Honolulu, HI  96817


1. A check to “BIH” with the appropriate enrollment fees, per Course.
2. No Registration Form? Simply write on a separate sheet of paper the following info: 

– Your Full Name, Telephone, and Email, & the Class or Seminar Title you are registering for.

DOWNLOAD for Print Registration Form

NOTE: Registration for an ONLINE only Classes or Seminars grants access to the entire household with only 1 Registration (Administrative Fee). It Grants any amount of devices signed-in at the same time (no need to tell us who or how many). 

Registration for an IN-PERSON only Class or Seminar allows you to “Bring a Friend Free” (one free guest for every paid registration) Due to space issues, the name and email of your guest should be provided at the same time (or soon after) the registration (via form, email, or phone). 

For HYBRID, either of the above applies. Please inform us which way you plan to attend with a quick response to the “confirmation” email or in a notation in the  registration form.

Additional Notes:

  1. After you Register Online, you will receive a purchase approved/processed email from “Tuition” 
    Later, you’ll receive a second Email from the Executive Director with the class link or further instruction on the in-person class. Mail-in Registration will receive 1 Confirmation email.
  2. Class/Seminar VOUCHERS are good for any class or seminar and qualifies for Bring-a-Friend Free (or entire households online). Vouchers must be process by email, mail-in, or phone call to the BIH office (cannot be Redeemed through website) Provide the  following info.: 1) Your Full Name with contact (phone# & email) 2) Course/Seminar Title  3)Voucher # or scan Email  “tuition @ bible” (no spaces in email)


Please email or call our office at (595-4700 if you need assistance.

One Day at A Time

Dr. Ruby Ovitt

CNS104, In-person only


This special class is for men and women experiencing divorce, physical or emotional separation, or widowhood. Discussions, small group sharing, and prayer assist participants in developing or restoring a positive self-image and greater faith in God. New friendships and support will be built with others also undergoing one of life’s most difficult crises. Water bottle Recommended.

April 16 – June 11, 2023
(8 weeks, except 5/14)

Sundays, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

University Avenue Baptist Church
2305 University Ave., Honolulu

Administrative Fee: $35 Bring-a-friend Free

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Gospel of Matthew

Dr. James Kwong

NT001, Hybrid

CBS/CMM: NT-Gospels


In this eight-week expository class, students will identify significant theological issues while learning to interpret and apply weekly passages.  Emphasis will be on understanding the book as well as equipping lay leaders to teach the gospel of Matthew in a Sunday school class or a small group Bible study.  Prepare to add “Matthew” to your Bible toolbelt as you advance God’s Kingdom daily!

April 24 – June 19, 2023 (8 weeks, 6/29) 

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Hybrid: Zoom Online & in-person at Kaimuki Christian Church, 1117 Koko Head Ave, Honolulu (please let us know how you plan to attend)

Administrative Fee: $40 Bring-a-Friend Free/Per Household Online

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Understanding the Bible (Lunch Hour Class)

Dr. Matt Sanders

CLV250, Online Only

CBS/CMM: Skills

Do you see the Gospel on every page, in every verse of the Bible? Are you even looking? If we are to study the Bible properly, we need to grasp this principle – the Gospel is proclaimed throughout the Bible. We must start all Bible interpretation by looking at what each verse says about the Gospel. Many Christians misinterpret Scripture because they do not approach it this way. Others believe in a partial gospel because they do not see the full teaching of Scripture. We will use the book Gospel-Centered Teaching by Trevin Wax to help us understand how to approach Scripture properly, which will help enrich our understanding of God’s Word, more fully understand the gospel, and become better able to teach the truth proclaimed within.


April 19 – June 7, 2023 (8 weeks) 

Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 pm 

Zoom Online 

Administrative Fee: $35 per household

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How to Read the Bible for All it's Worth

Dr. Rick Stinton

CLV312, Online ONLY 

CBS/CMM: Skills

“The Holy Spirit wants to enrich our lives daily with meaningful experiences of joy, strength, protection, and wisdom, to name a few. He gives us these good gifts through God’s Word. So how do we read the Bible in order to receive the fullness of the Spirit’s ministry to us? Join us as we aspire, with the Psalmist: “Open my eyes to see wonderful things in your Word.” (119:18)

April 27 – June 1, 2023 (6 weeks)

Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Zoom Online 

Administrative Fee: $35 per household

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Dr. J.R. Cuevas 

NT009, Online Only

CBS/CMM: NT-Letters

This course is a biblical exposition study through the book of Galatians. The aim of the course is to equip students to accurately exegete this epistle in a way that solidifies their theological understanding of justification by faith alone – its vitality, its implications, and its application to Christian living.  

April 20 – June 8, 2023 (8 weeks) 

Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Zoom Online 

Administrative Fee: $40 per household

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CANCELLED: 1-Day Seminar:  The Hawaii Pidgin Bible “How fo Use Um fo Ministry”

Pastor Earl Morihara

SEM124, Hybrid

CBS/CMM: Flex hours

There are many training classes and resources available on how to testify, grow, and share one’s faith in Standard English, but not much available in how to do so effectively for the local Hawaii Pidgin speaker.  That’s what this one-day seminar will address.  Hawaii has an entire bible translation in Hawaii Pidgin and it’s available even in audio and digital formats.  This class will investigate the whys and how’s of using the Hawaii Pidgin scriptures to reach those speakers to testify, grow, and share one’s faith more effectively. 

“Dis class goin covahow come importan fo tell bout Jesus, fo come solid in Him, and get peopo fo trust in Him in da language dathit deep inside.  Stuffs dat dis class cova goin be bouthow fo use da Hawaii Pidgin Bible fo do all dis real good.”

April 22, 2023 (1-day)

Saturday, 8:30 – 11:30am

Hybrid:  Zoom Online & In-Person
New Hope Central Oahu, 935 Kilani Ave, Wahiawa

Administrative Fee: $15 

1-Day Seminar: Historical Background of the Gospel of John

Dr. Gary Manning, Ph.D.

Director of Talbot’s Master of Divinity program & Professor of New Testament Language and Literature; Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. 

Dr. Manning’s in-depth teaching will include Q&A. 


SEM-N04, Online Only

CBS/CMM: Flex hours

June 10, 2023 (1-day)

Saturday, 9:00 – 12:00 pm HT

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee $15

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