We move to our new campus in May 2017, and complete construction on our new academic center in 2018!
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To be adequately prepared to influence culture with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, one must wholeheartedly commit to rigorous study in the interpretation of the biblical text. Through careful study of the Word, its origins, and the setting in which it was written, we teach students to understand the scripture and their author.
Without understanding and developing a heart that follows God, study of scripture is an academic exercise. We partner all graduate students with a mentor in faculty or ministry to develop their character. Students graduate with more than just education; they are better equipped to love God’s people.
Many ministry skills go beyond academic study: pastoral care, counseling, mentoring, building, and leading staff and teams require additional abilities. We ensure that our students learn to preach, but are also able to handle a budget, manage volunteers, and pastor away from the pulpit.
Our degree programs prepare leaders for ministry, from full time vocational ministry and counseling to leadership development for church elders.