Visible Music College is a Music and Worship Arts College located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It mission statement is to train and equip musicians, technicians, and business professionals in skill and character for effective service in the music industry and in the Church. Visible Music College is authorized for operation as a post-secondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Visible Music College offers three-year Bachelor's degrees in the following areas: Music Production Ministry,VS MPM Modern Music Ministry,VS MMM and Music Business.VS MBM They also offer one-year certificates (similar to an associate's degree) in any of these fields.
As of November 5, 2009, Visible Music College was awarded Accreditation as a Category II institution by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS).
Ken Steorts, founding guitarist of the Christian rock band, Skillet, stopped playing with the band in the year 2000 to pursue the vision of Visible Music College. He is the president and founder of Visible Music College. He says the idea for the college's original name, "Visible School" came from the German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Here is an excerpt from the Visible School student handbook:
Did you know that “visibility” is all about being seen or discovered, that it’s about something that’s noticeable? Dietrich Bonhoeffer describes Christian believers as a “visible community” infiltrating the darkness, bringing a light into the world that cannot be hidden. Wow! That is who we are called to be, lights in the darkness, both individually and corporately.
Other articles related to "visible school, visible, schools":
... Visible Music College Website Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) Accreditation Standards Lifelink Church of Memphis U.S ...
Famous quotes containing the words school and/or visible:
“And so they have left us feeling tired and old.
They never cared for school anyway.
And they have left us with the things pinned on the bulletin board.
And the night, the endless, muggy night that is invading our school.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“When we consider the vast distance of the known and visible parts of the world, and the reasons we have to think, that what lies within our ken is but a small part of the universe, we shall then discover an huge abyss of ignorance.”
—John Locke (16321704)