Benefits of a PBC Bundle


    PBC courses have never been this affordable! Audit courses are already a fraction of the cost of credit courses; now you can get them as a bundle to lower the price even more!


    Gain access to a wealth of content. Learn from professors with decades of experience navigating the challenges of changing culture. Each course includes a minimum of 27 lectures.


    Studying a certain topic for personal benefit or preparing to teach? You can easily follow themes through different courses by switching to another course in your bundle!

With The Navigating Culture Bundle you'll learn to:
  • Create a framework for thinking about God, His Church, our identity and His purpose for our lives.
  • Build a solid biblical foundation for influencing culture.
  • Articulate lessons learned through the history of the church as it has sought to positively influence society.
  • Identify different worldviews and compare them with a biblical worldview.
  • Learn to apply what you are learning to the challenges you, your family, and your church are facing now.

This bundle includes six courses that will equip you to influence culture based on a solid biblical foundation.

Basic Doctrine (Part 1&2)

Basic Doctrine is a study of the core beliefs of Christianity, and every other PBC course is built on the concepts found here. The purpose of this course is to set a solid foundation for sound Christian thinking. It provides a concise and systematic understanding of what the Bible teaches. Basic Doctrine provides more than a doctrinal foundation, however. It gives you a framework for understanding God's purposes, our relationship to Him, and how He is working in culture today.


This course will help you understand how various worldviews answer the big questions of life: Knowledge, Reality, God, Morality, Identity, Meaning, Eternity, and Hope. You will learn the significance both theologically and practically of having a biblically based worldview and the manner in which it impacts every facet of life.

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility is designed to help you better understand your responsibility as a Christian to serve and influence the society in which you live. You will explore both practically and philosophically how to apply biblical faith and values to help shape the institutions of society: government, public policy, politics, news and media, entertainment, medicine, education and the courts.

Church History

Church History is a study of the progress of the Church from apostolic times to the present. The cultural and theological challenges we face today are not as new as we often assume - the Church has been navigating many of them for centuries. Lessons from history can give us insight into the present and direction for the future. This course will focus especially on the early church, the Reformation, the restoration of the church, and the origin and progress of the twentieth-century Pentecostal movement.

Marriage & Family Issues

Marriage and Family Issues focuses on one of the most fundamental parts of society and the church: the family. In this course, you will gain a biblical understanding of the nature and purpose of marriage, relationship roles, and parenting. Through these lectures you will gain wisdom that will help you in your own family and equip you to help others navigate these controversial topics.

Apocalyptic Literature

Apocalyptic Literature is a study of the books of Daniel and Revelation. The course focuses on the historical background and circumstances surrounding the writings of each book and the benefit they provide to today’s contemporary readers. The lectures incorporate exegetical interpretation of this material as well as a survey of the major systems of eschatology as they relate to these two books.


Ken Malmin

Instructor of
Basic Doctrine (Part 1 & 2)

Sarah Nashif-Tan
VP of Innovation

Instructor of
Worldviews & Social Responsibility

Travis Arnold
Professor of Theology

Instructor of
Church History

Glenda Malmin
Dean of Women

Instructor of
Marriage and Family Issues

Lanny Hubbard
Professor of Theology

Instructor of
Apocalyptic Literature

Get instant access to all six courses for one low price!
Try 7 days free. Cancel anytime.

  • Basic Doctrine (Part 1&2) ($200 Value)
  • Marriage and Family Issues ($120 Value)
  • Worldviews ($90 Value)
  • Social Responsibilities ($120 Value)
  • Church History ($120 Value)
  • Apocalyptic Literature ($120 Value)

Total Value $770

Yours For Only $29/month



  • Can I download the course content?

    All PBC courses offer comprehensive course notes, which include the points, scriptures and even charts and images that every student can download and keep when the course is done. Students are not able to download actual course lectures to their devices. PBC offers many free lectures and resources to our community, but entire courses are copyrighted.

  • What are the technical requirements to participate?

    Students must have a computer (PC or Mac) and access to a high-speed internet connection to stream videos. Many lectures should also play on mobile and tablet devices, but the PBC help desk is unable to provide technical support for those. The lectures will work on any browser, but we have found Firefox to provide the most consistent display.

  • Where do I get help if I experience technical issues?

    For a fast resolve to your technical issues, please contact the PBC Help Desk at All your questions will be responded to within 24 hours except on weekends when they will receive prompt attention on Monday morning. In your email, please include that you are auditing a course, the name of the course and the specific challenge you have.

CopyrightAll courses are the intellectual property of Portland Bible College. Any copying or public presentation of part or all of the courses without express written permission from Portland Bible College is a violation of federal law. Curriculum developed by Portland Bible College is not ‘for sale,’ but available for use under different licensing options: Affiliate Program, Group License, and Individual License. Organizations do not retain usage rights to the lectures, PowerPoint, or additional curriculum outside these programs. 

Sign up now for $29/month

Try 7 days free, then $29/month. Cancel anytime.