Purpose

When considering attending a non-accredited Bible College, be prepared to answer the question: What is the point?

The answer to this question may be different depending on each individual’s walk. A new believer, born-and-raised believer, just-came-back believer, and not-sure-if-I-am-a-believer will all have different reasons for attending.

The leadership at CCBCK have one answer to this question: We are here to teach students how to become mature believers. No matter where you fall on the scale of knowledge or experience, there is always room to become more mature in your faith.

Matthew 22:37–39

He said to him, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and most important command. The second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.

Our purpose is to provide an environment where students can allow these two commandments to rule their lives.

Vision

Semester Overview

Our semester is unlike traditional CCBC Semesters, as we include a 5 week Missions Outreach Trip to several countries during each semester!

The first 10 weeks at CCBCK will be spent both in the classroom, and in the community. Our students will take typical Bible classes, electives, and topical courses. We also have courses such as evangelism and missions preparation designed to prepare the student for the upcoming trip. Our desire is for the student to understand the lessons learned are not just for a semester or for a season, but they are the foundation to a mature Christian life.

The final month of the semester will be spent doing Missional Outreach in Asia. The trip will vary each semester, but will include a circuit through countries such as the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Macau (China), and others. We will spend between 1-2 weeks in each location, depending on the team we have, and the needs in each location.

Academics

Our classes allow us to teach what God has revealed to man in His Holy Bible. We are also able to teach students to rightly divide the Word of Truth for themselves. If a student only takes one class, they should have a better understanding on how to study the Bible for themselves.

Student Life

Our staff and students live together, eat together, and serve alongside one another. Our staff have the opportunity to guide students in making decisions based on a solid Biblical worldview, rather than behaving as the world does. There is no separation between the “Christian life” and “real life.” Students will see the victories as well as the challenges to loving God with all your heart, soul, and mind.

Loving Your Neighbor

Jesus came not to be served, but to serve. Ministry can be defined as service. Our students will have many opportunities to serve in the local church, community, and within the CCBCK house. Being selfless is a true sign of a mature believer. After a semester, we do not want students feeling as though they just did “busy work.” Success is not determined by “how much, how many, or how big” the results were. Success is determined by being obedient to the calling of God.

Evangelism

As our student’s minds are being filled up, their heart and soul’s desire should be to share this knowledge of God’s love with the world. Loving God and neighbor should result in telling our neighbor about God. Along with our staff, teams of students will develop and implement strategies to share the Gospel with the broken world around them. Our students will see themselves as the church, each member with their own talents and abilities, able to bring people into relationship with Him.