Equipping  the  Saints for Ministry


               Koinonia Bible College

                                       32nd Annual Banquet

                         Friday, November 4, 2022 at 7:00 P.M.

                                  Four Columns Banquet Hall

                          3711 Westbank Expressway, Harvey

             Tickets are $25.00 each and may be purchased by calling

                   (504) 340-6739 or by clicking on the button below:


Current Course Offerings

For the Spring semester, KBC offers the following on-campus courses

(Register below with our secure Paypal link):


Academic Schedule


Campus Locations

Westbank Campus:

Christian Fellowship

5049 Ehret Rd

Marrero, LA 70072

  1. (504)340 - 4875

Metairie Campus:

Agape Christian Fellowship

3810 Power Blvd.

Metairie LA

  1. (504)324- 5252

Kenner Campus:

Metro Church

1910 W. Esplanade Ave.

Kenner, LA 70065

(504) 467-1707

Slidell Campus:

Christian Fellowship for the Nations

60059 Hwy. 11

Slidell, LA 70458

(985) 201-3887


New Campus site

Koinonia Bible College welcomes our newest campus site: Metro Church 1910 W. Esplanade Ave. Kenner. Jennifer Guzzardi will offer Conversational Spanish for Beginners on Thursday nights.

Therapon News

The Therapon Institute will present a Belief Therapy Certification School at Metro Church, 1910 W. Esplanade in Kenner on April 13-15. The instructors are Kathy Baker, Ph.D. and David Rodriguez, president of Therapon Institute. This seminar is approved for 20 CEU credit hours by the LCA, the NASW, and the ADRA. Please call (504) 328-2249 or visit www.therapon.org for more information.

Therapon Institute will present a one-day seminar entitle, “Anger Control” on Saturday, April 29, at Christian Fellowship, 5049 Ehret Rd. in Marrero. The instructor is David Rodriguez, M.A., BCBT, CBA. For more information, please visit www.therapon.org


Principles of biblical interpretation. Topics include methods of Bible study, interpreting the parables,principles of logical argument, the authority of the Old Testament, and more. This class will help students to “rightly divide” the word of truth. By leaning sound principles of interpretation, one can be freed from

many of the false teachings permeating so much of our religious landscape.

  1. Monday, 9:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Rev. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor



Westbank Campus

Celebrate Recovery

This is not a Bible college class. We are simply advertising it in the brochure because the group will meet at this location every Friday night at 7:00 P.M. Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a Christ-centered, 12- step program that ministers to those with hurts, habits and hang-ups. We are inviting the participation of the local churches to both introduce this ministry as a resource to your church and to encourage your participation as an extension of our team. No fee.

  1. Friday, 7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m., Westbank Campus

  2. Pam and Randy Louviere, Instructors

Grief Share

This is not a Bible college class. It is a special grief recovery and support group for those grieving the loss of someone close. This group is sponsored by people who understand what you experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. Course includes the entire Grief Share ® video curriculum. Topics include: challenges of grief, the journey of grief, guilt and anger, complicating factors, and more. The class meets here at the church. There is a $20.00 dollar fee for the workbook. No fee for the class. Please note this class begins Thursday, April 20th . Nancy will present “Loss of a Spouse” on Thursday, April 13th from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. Workbooks for this presentation are $ 5.00. For more information, call (504) 340-8127.

  1. Thursday, 10:00 a.m.- 12 noon Westbank Campus

  2. Nancy Sarver, Instructor

To register for any of these courses, please select how many classes you are taking and type in which courses you want to take.  Then follow the secure Paypal link by clicking the “Pay Now” button.  Please fill in your name and address and then pay with a credit card.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact us at 504-340-6739.

If you would like to register by mail, please download our registration form here: REGISTRATION FORM

Please register early! Any course with fewer than 6 registrations is subject to cancellation.


                                                               Koinonia Commerical

Koinonia Bible College is always

looking for new instructors. If you or

anyone you know is interested in

teaching for us, please call

David Rodriguez at 504-340-6739.

Koinonia is the Greek word for

fellowship. We feel this best describes

the philosophy of our school: to strengthen

the Body of Christ by utilizing each

believer’s gift to the edification of all.


                                            First book written by Pastor David Rodriguez


                                                From the back cover

                                                THE BOOK OF JOB contains some of the most profound questions that can

                                                be asked. These questions go far beyond the interactions between the

                                                principal players: Job, his counselors, God, and Satan. In this book, Questions

                                                from Job, we will examine such issues as:

                                                The origin of evil

                                                The purpose of trials

                                                The concept of Legalism

                                                The justice of God

                                                The purpose of life

                                                Can God be influenced?

                                                The source of wisdom

                                                Dealing with Satan

                                                All these issues will be addressed from a biblical perspective. Job had

                                                questions. We have questions. As we face the trials and disappointments that

                                                come our way in life, we frequently ask “Why?” This book is an attempt to

                                                answer some of life’s most challenging questions. Together we will examine

                                                Questions from Job.

Donate: Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donations will help fund our mission.


KBC Banquet

Our 30th annual banquet


                                                                                          From the back cover

                                                                                          In his latest book, The Lord’s Supper: What It Is and        

                                                                                          What It’s Not, David Rodriguez examines some of

                                                                                          the claims made for the Eucharist celebration, such



                                                                                          Administering grace 

                                                                                          Providing eternal life

                                                                                          Imparting forgiveness for sins

                                                                                          Furnishing the presence of Christ

                                                                                          Repeating the sacrifice of Christ

                                                                                          We also explore the difference traditions regarding

                                                                                          the sacraments and, more importantly, the basis

                                                                                          upon which these traditions are established. The

                                                                                          author addresses these issues from the perspective

                                                                                          that the Scriptures are the only infallible guide to

                                                                                          Christian doctrine and that the primary source of

                                                                                          church doctrine must be the teachings of Christ

                                                                                          and His apostles. The reader should be prepared

                                                                                          to have some of his or her deeply held religious

                                                                                          teachings challenged by the word of God.



Metairie Campus

Study of the book that presents Jesus Christ as long-awaited Jewish Messiah. Topics include: the superiority of Christ to Moses, the angels, the Levitical sacrifices, etc., the dangers of falling away from the truth of the gospel, Christ as our High Priest, the necessity of faith, practical Christian living, and more.

  1. Thursday, 7:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Metairie Campus

  2. Rev. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor


Slidell Campus

Study of the most widely used missionary language. Course ill include vocabulary and grammar but will focus on conversation. Computer programs will aid the student in proper pronunciation. Handouts will be issued for each lesson as study guides.

  1. Thursday, 7:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Kenner Campus

  2. Jennifer Guzzardi, Instructor

Kenner Campus

Biblical portrait of the church with emphasis on the five-fold office gifts of Eph. 4:11. Topics include: the universal church defined, the local church defined, the biblical portrait of the apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor and teacher, counterfeit ministry, and more. This class is recommended for anyone who feels a call to the ministry

  1. Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Slidell Campus

  2. Greg Trumbach, M.Div Instructor

Conversational Spanish for Beginners

The Church of the Bible

Understanding Spiritual Abuse

An examination of the misuse of ministerial authority. Includes the 10-part video series, “Breaking the Silence on Spiritual Abuse” by David Johnson and Jeff VanVonderen. This course is helpful to anyone hurt by bad church experiences or those desiring to minister to anyone hurt by any type of abuse.

  1. Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Westbank Campus

  2. Rev. David Rodriguez, MA, Instructor