“I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you.”
– Ephesians 1:18
Students will embrace the singular and cohesive impact of biblical truth on human life in contrast to the inadequacy of other worldviews.
Students will exhibit intellectual drive, autonomy and originality through the ability to envision a clear course of gathering and analyzing relevant information toward responsible, powerful conclusions.
Students will discover their faith within the grand scope of God’s providential, redemptive work in history and through the church.
Students will express the essential meaning and consequences of ideas through visual, verbal, and written modes with clarity and persuasion.
If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love…so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete.”
– John 15:11
Students will experience a trusting and loving relationship with Christ marked by a primary loyalty to his truth permeating all aspects of life.
Students will perceive the beauty and wonder of the natural world (e.g. the arts, mathematics, science, nature) that results in a distinct and sustaining enthusiasm for life.
Students will connect with a loving and diverse community that helps shape and inform their spiritual, academic, and professional trajectory.
Students will participate in the public exchange of ideas, art, and politics while offering redemptive contributions of service through a diverse cultural understanding of society.
“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.”
– Romans 12:2
Students will understand the moral corollary to faith and embody the Christian virtues (faith, hope, love) along with the classic virtues (temperance, wisdom, fortitude, justice).
Students will possess a maturing emotional health, self knowledge (aptitude and affinities), personal responsibility, communal awareness, and interpersonal skills that would benefit all their life pursuits.
Students will employ the practical and ethical limits of their resources for the effectiveness of their work and flourishing of life.
Students will order their provisions (time, work, space, natural environment, wealth, possessions, physical bodies, information) in a biblical, life-affirming, and sustainable way.