Today on The Generation of The Cross, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart is joined by JSBC professor, Dr. Don Paul Gray along with Chief Academic Officer, Stephanie Beauregard, Dean of Students, Paris Ragan,and SBN producer/Media Communications Professor Armondo Frank all of which are professors at the college. The panel is addressing questions coming in from parents and future students about the college’s current accreditation process. Brother Gabe says the Jimmy Swaggart Bible College will bring about the next generation of ministers and lay people that will take the Gospel out into the world. Sister Beauregard says we are JSBC, known for our Pentecostal focus with the Message of the Cross being rooted in everything the college puts forth. She assures, the college will not lose what it stands for doctrinally with a Christian/Biblical worldview. JSBC will be putting forth more than just pastors; many Christian career men and women are needed for the harvest of souls. Brother Armondo says, as Christians, we all are called to preach, but may not be called to pastor. Brother Armondo says as head of the Communications department, he’d like to bring back ethics in media. The curriculum will be biblical and practical for a two year or four year degree in biblical studies majors. There will be 124 credits needed for a four year degree, with 18 of those credits needed for a minor in a particular field of study; like pastoral, youth or children's ministry, music or media/communications. A concentration will also be offered for flexibility that requires 12 credits instead of the 18. Pastor Gabe says this is a relaunch, a rebuilding of the college; back to what it was meant to be. Brother Gabe believes this is the will of God for the college.