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 While accreditation with the state government is a valuable credential for many institutions, we have made a conscious decision not to pursue it for reasons that align with our biblical principles and educational philosophy.

Our commitment to biblical truth and integrity guides every aspect of our institution, including our curriculum, faculty selection, and administrative policies. We believe that our educational standards are rooted in the timeless wisdom and principles found within the Bible itself.

While accreditation can offer certain benefits, we have chosen to prioritize maintaining the autonomy and integrity of our institution, ensuring that our teachings and practices remain firmly grounded in biblical truth without compromise.

We understand that this decision may not align with everyone's expectations or preferences, but we remain dedicated to providing a rigorous and biblically-centered education that equips our students to serve God faithfully in their chosen fields.

Thank you for your understanding and support as we continue to pursue excellence in biblical education."

Advantages of Choosing a Non-Government-Accredited Biblically Based Education


1. Preservation of Religious Autonomy: Emphasizes the institution's ability to maintain its religious integrity and freedom from external secular influences, ensuring that Biblical principles guide all aspects of education.


2. Focus on Spiritual Development: Highlights the priority given to spiritual growth and character formation based on Biblical truths, which may not be as emphasized or valued in secular accreditation standards.

3. Curricular Freedom: Points out the liberty to develop and offer a curriculum that deeply integrates faith with learning, without the constraints imposed by secular accreditation requirements that might dilute the religious focus.


4. Moral and Ethical Consistency: Asserts the institution's commitment to upholding Biblical moral and ethical standards in its community life, policies, and teachings, free from external pressures to conform to societal norms that may conflict with scriptural values.


5. Community and Fellowship: Stresses the unique community environment where students, faculty, and staff share a common faith and commitment to Biblical principles, fostering a supportive and nurturing educational setting.


6. Direct Accountability: Frames the institution's accountability as being directly to its religious authorities and community, rather than to secular accrediting agencies, ensuring alignment with faith-based goals and expectations.


7. Specialized Ministry Preparation: Emphasizes the tailored preparation for ministry and service in Christian contexts, with education designed specifically for those called to serve in various capacities within the church and faith-based organizations.


8. Academic Freedom Within Faith: Discusses the freedom to explore academic subjects through a Biblical lens, encouraging critical thinking and analysis grounded in faith, without the constraints that might accompany secular accreditation.


9. Religious Exemptions and Protections: Highlights the ability to benefit from religious exemptions that protect the institution's faith-based practices and policies, ensuring the freedom to operate in accordance with deeply held religious convictions.


10. Financial Stewardship: Points out the potential for lower tuition costs due to the avoidance of the often expensive process of obtaining and maintaining secular accreditation, reflecting a stewardship of resources that aligns with many Christian principles.

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