Moody Bible Institute

Give men and women the Bible and ministry training they need to follow God’s leading.

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Help support students like Phil and Shine.

Phil is from Ireland and Shine is from India—and they met in Moody’s graduate program. What are they doing now? Watch their story—one only God could help write!

Help support students like Grace.

As a new Moody student, Grace Vang worried her classmates would exclude her because of her Hmong ethnicity. Instead, she was treated with respect by Caucasian students and professors. Now a junior Communications student, Grace has joined other Hmong Moody students and alumni each spring break to lead a Bible conference for the youth in several Hmong churches, including the one her dad pastors. "Our mission is to partner with the churches in providing tools, equipping them with knowledge that we’re learning, and walking with them," she says. As a result, Hmong churches are being strengthened, and more Hmong students are coming to Moody for biblical training.

Grace Vang, Moody student

Help support students like Grace.

As a new Moody student, Grace Vang worried her classmates would exclude her because of her Hmong ethnicity. Instead, she was treated with respect by students and professors. Now a junior Communications student, Grace has joined other Hmong Moody students and alumni each spring break to lead a Bible conference for the youth in several Hmong churches, including the one her dad pastors. "Our mission is to partner with the churches in providing tools, equipping them with knowledge that we’re learning, and walking with them," she says. As a result, Hmong churches are being strengthened, and more Hmong students are coming to Moody for biblical training.

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Moody Radio

Give men and women the Bible and ministry training they need to follow God’s leading.

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Thank You Frontline Workers

Moody station WDLM in the Quad Cities invited listeners to join a partnership with local churches and Christian businesses to support frontline workers in their communities. Watch to discover how they reflected God’s goodness to others.

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Rolling out the Gospel

Challenging and uncertain, these are also days of great opportunity for sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. Many more people are looking for connection, meaning, and hope for the future. Watch how Moody Radio has seen unprecedented interest in the gospel during the past year.

The Gospel at Work

Jeanne leads a team cleaning homes and listens to Moody in her office in the morning. Then her crewmate Jose started coming in early. Watch their story—one only God could write!

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The Gospel at Work

Jeanne leads a team cleaning homes and listens to Moody in her office in the morning. Then her crewmate Jose started coming in early. Watch their story—one only God could write!

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Today in the Word

Share God's Word every day with unbelievers and seasoned Christians, building the body of Christ.

Bringing the Gospel to the Field

Bringing the Gospel to the Field

Andy, a 2004 Moody Bible Institute grad, ministers with Fellowship of Christian Athletes to reach student athletes and coaches in eastern Kentucky. Recently, he's been using Moody's Today in the Word Bible study on the Gospel of John with 10 college football players and their coach. "People are seeking answers to life. Everything is changing and they're looking for absolutes," Andy said. "We're able to point them to God's Word. It is really cool how God worked it out. When people invest in Today in the Word, you're partnering with the gospel. We're starting to see a lot of fruit come about. God's reaping a harvest right now!"

Sharing the Gospel Daily

Diane has been a Today in the Word reader for at least 10 years. "My daily walk is not complete without the verses I read," she says. "God's Word encourages me to deal with the strife of the day, and it is good to know that God is faithful even in my daily life." A widow of 9 years, Diane is committed to encouraging others who might be going through hard times. Every day, she texts 13 friends the daily Bible verse from Today in the Word's devotional. She says, "I usually get a heart emoji or thank you for a specific verse that touches their heart."

Bringing the Gospel to the Field

Sharing the Gospel Daily

Diane has been a Today in the Word reader for at least 10 years. "My daily walk is not complete without the verses I read," she says. "God's Word encourages me to deal with the strife of the day, and it is good to know that God is faithful even in my daily life." A widow of 9 years, Diane is committed to encouraging others who might be going through hard times. Every day, she texts 13 friends the daily Bible verse from Today in the Word's devotional. She says, "I usually get a heart emoji or thank you for a specific verse that touches their heart."

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