Training tomorrow’s Apostolic leaders, today.
The goal of MSA is to offer different types of ministry trips according to the needs of the local church.
Join us as we train a generation of Apostolic preachers for Apostolic revival.
Q: What is the Ministerial Student Association?
The Ministerial Student Association (MSA) is a student-led department at Indiana Bible College that is committed to partnering with the local church to provide practical training for tomorrow’s Apostolic leaders, today. The MSA department is taking principles learned in the classroom and applying them through practical ministry experiences.
Q: What does MSA offer?
There are three primary types of MSA trips available: preaching trips, preaching and worship trips, and preaching and special ministries trips.
Preaching & Worship Team
Preaching & Special Ministries Team
|Preaching (1-2 preachers)
Worship Team (worship leader, singers, & musicians)
|Preaching & Worship Team
Teaching Sunday School / Children’s Ministry
Q: What does a MSA trip cost?
We ask that churches take the following into consideration and respond accordingly:
Traveling Expenses: Consider how far the team must travel, gas prices, and number of vehicles traveling.
Food Costs: We ask that you provide meals for the team while they are with you.
Lodging Expenses: We ask that you provide all lodging for the group, should it be needed. Usually, this is only necessary for trips requiring multiple days.
Q: How often can we have trips?
MSA trips can happen as often as the pastor and church would like, providing the MSA and IBC schedule can accommodate your requests.
Q: How can I schedule an MSA trip?
To begin the process of scheduling an MSA trip, please visit www.go2ibc.com/msa and fill out the form at the bottom of the page or you can reach out to one of the contacts below.