We are FULL!

Both evenings' events are now full and we can no longer take anymore reservations.

"Throughout Church History, men and women have given their lives for the name of Jesus Christ. Their stories encourage us to trust Christ is sufficient, sympathetic, and a worthy Sovereign, while challenging us to daily die to ourselves as we walk with our Saviour. Those who die with Him are raised with Him to new life!"

Your Invitation to Join Us

Nipawin Bible College invites you to come enjoy an evening of drama, yummy dessert and fellowship.  Let us serve as you enjoy the drama about Christian martyrs, performed by Living Proof.

Seating is limited, please RSVP for the evening (see below).  An offering will be taken - you do not need to buy tickets for the dessert theater.


Friday, April 6, 7:00 p.m.
Rempel Auditorium on the NBC campus

Saturday, April 7, 7:00 p.m.
Diefenbaker Drive Community Church, 3710 Diefenbaker Dr, Saskatoon, SK

(For directions to Diefenbaker Drive Community Church, go to https://www.diefenbakerdrive.com/ or call 306-384-6522)

Dessert - Apple Pie & Ice Cream

This year's dessert will be homemade Apple Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream!  There will be a gluten-free & dairy-free variation.  Please indicate when you RSVP which option you want.

Living Proof

The drama will be performed by NBC's drama ministry team "Living Proof."  Under the direction of NBC Drama Coach, Timothy Lenko, and 3rd year student, Shania Bueckert, the team of 5 students will transport you throughout history as they portray the lives of several Christian Martyrs.

So far this school year, the students have performed at three60fiveJR in September, at NBC's Christmas Cantata ("Where Are You Now?"), performed at several churches and youth groups in Saskatchewan and led several drama workshops.  This semester they will perform and lead workshops at Melfort Emmanuel Baptist Church (March 4), Lashburn Community Church (March 23), Luseland Alliance Church (March 24), Hope Mennonite Church, North Battleford (March 25), three60five youth retreat (March 4-6), and at Watrous Baptist Church (April 8).  After classes are complete, the team will go on a 2 week tour to perform in Saskatchewan.  If you would like to have this team, or any of NBC's ministry teams, minister and work with your church or youth group, please contact Tim Lenko or Jason Elford at the college.

The script for "The Grain that Falls" was written by Timothy Lenko.


We want to know you're coming!  In order to prepare for your arrival and make the evening enjoyable for you, please reserve a spot.  Tell us who is coming, which location you're attending and who you'd like to sit with.   This can be done in two ways:

  • register online below or
  • call the College and leave the details with the receptionist or the event coordinator;

Contact Info

For more information or if you have questions, contact NBC and talk to:

Myra Schmidt
Dessert Theater Coordinator
(306) 862-5095

We look forward to seeing you there!