Divine Hope Reformed Bible Seminary exists to provide Biblical and theological instruction to residents of correctional institutions within the state of Illinois and Indiana. The goal of this rigorous program of Biblical and theological studies is the moral transformation of residents in correctional institutions so that they can live in hope and joy and be a blessing to their families, churches, and communities. Divine Hope’s aim is to foster humility and holiness in our students. We seek to nurture incarcerated men and women who can be examples of moral transformation and who are peacemakers in their prison communities and beyond.
- Watch and Listen to the Divine Hope Seminary Fundraiser with the Lakeside Artist’s Guild
- Christmas & New Year Music Concert: Thursday, December 29, 2022Divine Hope Reformed Bible Seminary is pleased to announce a “Christmas & New Year Music Concert” featuring the Lakeside Artists Guild, a quartet made up of Christian musicians with ties to the URC community. The concert will be on Thursday, December 29, at 7pm, at Redeemer United Reformed Church, located at 10681 Park Place, St.… Continue reading Christmas & New Year Music Concert: Thursday, December 29, 2022
- 2022 Annual Clay Shoot Sport FundraiserThank you to everyone who attended our annual clay shoot fundraiser! About the Seminary Divine Hope Reformed Bible Seminary is a unique seminary. In our Eleventh year, Divine Hope provides a seminary program to inmates in four prisons—Indiana State Prison (ISP) in Michigan City, Westville, and Rockville, Indiana, and Danville in Illinois. Plus,… Continue reading 2022 Annual Clay Shoot Sport Fundraiser
- God’s Providential Preservation of Scripture (Brett Mahlen)Christian believers in prison have their faith under fire much like people on the outside of prison. One of the common challenges to our faith is when Bible critics say something like this: “Well, we don’t really know what the Bible originally said because the Bible comes to us from an oral culture that… Continue reading God’s Providential Preservation of Scripture (Brett Mahlen)
- Sermon “From Shame to Glory” (Paul Ipema)