Mission StatementIBC MISSION STATEMENT
A Spirit-formed discipleship Christian College called to live missionally and love out of community.
IBC VISION STATEMENT
IBC is a Church of God Bible College whose graduates minister by the power of the Holy Spirit, reaching in to cultivate Spirit-formed community, and reaching out to impact the culture by bringing the Kingdom of the Reigning Christ to a lost and dying world.
IBC CORE VALUES
IBC values God
IBC is committed to an atmosphere of prayer, worship, and bible study with the result being Spirit-led and Spirit-formed. Designated times of prayer and fasting will become a regular part of the life of IBC for everyone!
IBC values its students
IBC exists to influence young men and women of God to realize their God-given gifts and to encourage them to minister by the power of the Holy Spirit. Students will be treated as adults and faculty and staff will help model a high moral and ethical personal standard of conduct.
IBC values people
IBC is committed first and foremost to take care of our own faculty and staff. They will be properly compensated financially and cared for emotionally and spiritually. All decisions regarding faculty, staff, students, constituency and community will be made based on their value as persons created in the Image of God.
IBC values excellence in ministry
Ongoing professional development and strategic planning will be a priority. No team from IBC will leave without a detailed plan of ministry and commitment to personal excellence from each team member.
IBC values its constituency
IBC exists to minister the Kingdom of God to its constituents. IBC is committed to minister to the needs of the churches and constituents that support it! IBC is committed to a dynamic working relationship with the Church of God International Office and relevant ministries.
IBC values the Moose Jaw community
The IBC community will minister to the adjacent neighborhood in whatever way God leads. IBC will commit to knowing its neighbors personally and reach out to the business and religious communities in Moose Jaw.