September 18 – November 14, 2023 (6-8 weeks)

For Mail-in Registration only-Please have postmarked by Wednesday, September 11 (no deadline for online registration)

Please Mail To:

Bible Institute of Hawaii
2345 Nuʻuanu Ave
Honolulu, HI  96817m


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.

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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.

The Order of Salvation

Dr. Rick Bartosik


CBS/CMM: Overview – Theology

Our salvation is God’s work from beginning to end. “The Order of Salvation” refers to the steps God takes to save us
from sin and its consequences. The goal of this class is that you will be captured and captivated and moved to the depth
of your being by the truth of God’s Word concerning our great salvation, so that your heart will overflow with peace and
joy in believing and your life will be transformed. In our eight-week study we will cover the following: Election, Calling,
Regeneration, Conversion (Faith and Repentance), Justification, Adoption, Sanctification, Perseverance and Glorification. Downloadable Workbook free with class.

CBS Students: Required Text, “Redemption Accomplished and Applied” by John Murray. Write a half-page summary and evaluation for each chapter.

September 25 – November 13, 2023 (8 weeks)

Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm

In-person only @ Kailua Christian Church

317 Manono St., Kailua

Administrative Fee: $40 (Bring-a-friend option available

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Gospel of Mark

Rev. Ken Humphries


CBS/CMM: NT-Gospels

As the first written account of the life of Jesus, John Mark’s writing is the eyewitness report of the Apostle Peter. Mark
had several purposes in the writing of his gospel. In large measure, however, his focus is taken up with sketching a true portrait of Jesus and what it means to follow him, especially in times of suffering and persecution. In Mark’s gospel Jesus’ ministry and his passion provide both the foundation of discipleship as well as the pattern.

September 19– October 24, 2023 (6 weeks)

Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $35 per household

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Ukulele Hymn Singing & Church Music History

Rev. Caleb Kho-Hun Kim


CBS/CMM: Skills

Embark on a journey that bridges musical devotion and historical significance through our Ukulele Hymn Singing & Church Music History course. Study the rich history of hymnody as you gain skills in strumming and singing cherished hymns on the ukulele, while delving into captivating narratives and testimonials from revered hymn writers such as Handel, Bach, Crosby, Watts, Wesley, and Luther. With immersive ukulele hymn sessions and lectures on the profound heritage of church music, this course integrates melody, spirituality, and history into an enriching encounter. All ukulele skill levels are invited to partake; come join us in exploring the enduring resonance of faith and music. The course also features lecturers Miss Dan Bi Kim and Dr. Bong Rin Ro.

September 19 – November 14, 2023 (8 weeks, except 10/31)

Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

In-person only @ Hawaii Zion Church

1451 South King St. Unit 414, Honolulu

Administrative Fee: $40 (Bring-a-friend option available)

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What is Revelation Really All About

Dr. Matt Sanders


CBS/CMM: NT-Revelation

Revelation is often approached differently from other books of the Bible. Instead of asking the question “What did this mean to the original audience?” many people ask, “What does it
mean to me?” This session will take a brief look at what Revelation says when we study it the way we study the rest of the Bible. What is the real message of Revelation? 

September 20 – November 8, 2023 (8 weeks)

Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $35 per household

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How to Study God’s Word: The Basics of Biblical Interpretation

Ms. Nanette Williams


CBS/CMM: Skills

This course will give you basic instruction on how to observe, interpret, and apply Scripture using the inductive Bible study method. The goal is for you to gain confidence in studying Scripture accurately and applying it to your life in a way that deepens your walk with God. You will receive a workbook by email to print and use in class.

Recommended resource (not required but very helpful): Grasping God’s Word Laminated Sheets by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays (Available online in both hard copy and Kindle versions).

September 20 – November 8 (8 weeks)

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:15 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $40 per household

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The Book of Acts and Modern Missions 21st Century

Dr. Bong Ro


CBS/CMM: NT-Acts or Skills

Discover ‘Biblical Perspectives on Missions: Exploring Acts and Beyond,’ Trace the impactful path from Peter’s powerful Pentecost sermon to Paul’s transformative journeys in the Book of Acts. Discover the significance of these events in early Christian missions and draw relevant parallels to today’s 21st-century endeavors. Delve into practical strategies for promoting missions in Hawaii, taking into account its unique context. This course blends academic study, theological reflection, and hands-on application, empowering students to actively engage in the mission of the Church. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding and participation in spreading the Gospel!

September 21 – November 9, 2023 (8 weeks)

Thursdays, 5:00 – 7:00 pm (note new times)

In-person only @ Good Samaritan/Immanuel Baptist Church Building

1640 South King St., Honolulu

Administrative Fee: $40 (Bring-a-friend option available)

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Discipleship: What Does it Mean to be a Disciple of Jesus?

Dr. Rick Stinton

BTS 134

CBS/CMM: Skills

What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? In this course, we will examine Jesus’ teaching regarding the most life-
changing decision you can make: to follow him. We will explore very practically the life of haumana – what it means to
live as a learner/apprentice of Jesus.

September 21 – October 26, 2023 (6 weeks)

Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $35 per household

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1 & 2 Thessalonians

Dr. J.R. Cuevas


CBS/CMM: NT-Letters

This course is a biblical exposition study through the Thessalonian epistles. The aim of the course is to equip students to accurately exegete these pastoral epistles in a way that solidifies their understanding of what model Christians and model churches should look like, as well as how to live in light of the future return of Jesus Christ.

September 21 – November 9, 2023 (8 weeks)

Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $40 per household

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Pray-walk Through the Psalms with the Ancient Hebrews (in Mandarin)

Dr. Shan Chen


CBS/CMM: OT – Wisdom/Poetic

Situated at the center of the Bible is the book of Psalms. A book of prayer and praise, it grants privileged access into the
ancient Hebrews poets, from King David to court musicians to common people, in which they expressed to God their innermost feelings. The wide spectrum of feelings expressed in this beautiful poetry still reverberates through the
centuries, enriching the prayer language of saints and deepening their faith walk. This class on Psalms will mainly be
conducted in Mandarin Chinese. At the end of this course, students will write a poem of their own, articulating their
experiential walk with God.

October 7 – 21, 2023 (3 weeks)

Saturdays, 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Hybrid: Zoom Online and In-Person 
@ Chinese Lutheran Church of Honolulu 1640 Liliha St.

Administrative Fee: $35 (Bring-a-friend option available)

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Parables of Jesus

Dr. Gary Manning Jr.


CBS/CMM: Flex Credit Hours

Jesus’ parables were powerful teaching tools but are often misunderstood. This course gives principles for interpreting
parables. Topics include the literary structure of parables, Old Testament and historical background of the parables, and
the theology of the parables.

October 28, 2023 (1-day)

Saturday, 9:00 – 12:00 pm

Zoom Online

Administrative Fee: $15 per household

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