College of Theology and Missions
There are many factors that go into choosing a college: location, accessibility, affordability and availability of majors, programs offer and many more. But deciding if you want to go to a Christian Bible college is a choice that shouldn’t stress you out. Both secular and Christian colleges can help you grow in different ways. So if both are good options, which should you, choose?
Ultimately, the decision is up to you, but we see great value in the Christian foundation and Biblical worldview found at Christian colleges like College of Theology and Missions. But who’s better to talk about a Christ-centered education than our students, alumni, faculty, and staff? We asked them why they chose to live, learn, and/or work at a Christian Bible college, and here are the most common reasons they gave.
To Walk alongside Others in Their Faith Journey
We know that ministry takes place inside and outside of the classroom. Our faculty and staffs are committed to encourage you in your faith and walk alongside you.
One of our graduate said, “College is a time where people make their faith their own, so I am passionate about walking with them in that.”
Another graduate also said, “God is everywhere, not just at a Christian college. But as a student, I wanted to go into ministry, and a Christian college is literally meant to prepare you and pour into you to give you that strong foundation for ministry.”
We can be authentic with our students and colleagues. We believe we get to do life together. Education really is holistic here, because we are growing not only academically but also spiritually. We also know that at Bible College, the spiritual formation aspect covers some of the things that we don’t always get to discuss at church. It makes the spiritual walk more tangible and real. Read More