Aenon Bible College
Professional Online Education
Bishop Charles H. Ellis III
P.A.W. Presiding Bishop
Bishop Thomas Davis
Conference Facilitator/Student Care Coordinator
Dr. Anthony Buckles, Online Department Dean
Bishop Bruce Shaw
Bishop Ira Combs, B.Th., Th.D., D.D.,
Executive Vice President
Ruth A. Tyson, B.A., M.A.S.M., D.D., Program Coordinator/ HQ Onsite Campus Liaison
Bishop Jeffery D. Goldsmith, B.A.P.M., M.A.P.M., D.D., Executive Vice President
If you desire the hands-on experience of classroom learning, you are welcome to come and attend class at the our main Campus Headquarters in Indianapolis, IN . Read More
Aenon online program offers you the flexibility from your home or office to learn, while retaining a level of structure that will help you stay on track toward achieving your educational goals.
Contemporary online learning methods are placing additional pressures on online students, but the increased demand also serves to stimulate the intellect. Self-directed learning shifts the power and responsibility for learning closer to the student.
Bishop Michael D. Hannah Sr., D.D., Executive President
WELCOME TO AENON BIBLE COLLEGE ONLINE. Aenon Online is the third division created within Aenon Bible College behind the On-Campus & Distance Learning departments. Aenon Online was created as another vehicle to train students and spread the gospel throughout the world; but this department can reach the world in seconds using the latest technology. Aenon's story is one of vision, sacrifice, determination, and perseverance. Aenon Bible School was birthed during a time when many Pentecostals did not advocate post-secondary education especially for Spirit-filled ministers. The notion that one need only 'open one's mouth and God would fill it' prevailed in many of our circles. Fortunately, many ministers during that era were blessed to sit under outstanding, God inspired, anointed teachers, but not all. It was the abundance of untrained, expositors of unsound doctrine that prompted the urgent call for systematic training. Elders Karl F. Smith and Labaugh H. Stansbury, former AME ministers, envisioned a training center for ministers of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. Their proposal for what would become Aenon Bible College was approved by the 1940 general assembly convening in Philadelphia, PA. Six months later on January 16, 1941 Aenon Bible School was officially dedicated at the Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith...