The Seminary shall prepare students for careers and service in Christian ministry for the local church and global Christian ministry.
The Seminary shall promote and prepare academic and theological excellence and scholarship through holistic, inclusive, and involved teaching and training of students for the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies and the Master of Divinity degree programs. Each program will sponsor a teaching, training, and learning environment, where all are encouraged to participate, grow and develop in Christian faith and service.
The Seminary shall educate, encourage, and engage students from varied spiritual, ethnic, cultural, male/female, and students with physical handicaps to encourage diversity and inclusiveness at the Seminary.
The Seminary staff, faculty, and Board of Trustees shall encourage solicitation of grants, aid, federal funding, research procedures, and practices to establish and enhance funding and scholarship for deserving students.
The Seminary shall promote and encourage the professional development of its faculty and staff to ensure relevant, realistic, and reliable instruction and training for all students.