To glorify God by equipping graduates to serve the churches in Asia and the rest of the world through the formation and discipling of the whole person within a residential cross-cultural community under the lordship of Jesus Christ.
D iscipled to disciple. We are called to be with Christ, and to be sent out to disciple others (Mk. 3:14).
I ntegration of all of life. We aim to bring all of life under the lordship of Christ.
S piritual formation. We work with the Holy Spirit in the formation of the whole person through spiritual disciplines, practised both personally and in community.
C hrist-centred cross-cultural community. We nurture a cross-cultural community which maintains our unity in Christ in the midst of cultural diversity.
I mmersed in the Word of God. We submit to the authority of the Word of God, upon which we build our faith and lifestyle.
P rayer. We depend on God in every aspect of life and ministry, manifested through
L oving God and loving people from
E very nation/people group.
- Personal wholeness- To provide a safe environment where one can identify past emotional pain and hurts and receive help in and experience healing to enable one to move on in growth and ministry.
- Biblical theology & worldview- To develop an integrated view of the Old Testament and New Testament, through which one can formulate a biblical theology and worldview to guide one’s life and ministry.
- Holistic/integral mission & ministry – To inculcate a holistic view of mission and ministry, which is characterized by culturally sensitive actions that meet the needs of the whole person.
- Skills for life-long learning – To provide tools and models of ministry which can become a resource for life-long learning and growth
- Wholesome/healthy community – To build a community in which our unity in Christ is maintained in the midst of cultural diversity, learning skills in conflict resolution resulting in servant spirit and healthy inter-personal relationships.
- Personal spiritual growth – To foster personal spiritual growth through the regular exercise of spiritual disciplines.