It is the firm conviction of the college that enrolled students should endeavor to be active in their local church by attending services regularly and supporting its outreach and ministry. One of the great principles behind home education is that students are spared the sterility of “ivory tower” academe, where contact with non-students is limited. By continuing in their home community, students have the opportunity to use their increasing knowledge and maturity to minister to those around them. Knowledge abstracted from humble service is vanity. (Eccl. 12:1-12)
The development of an attitude of servanthood is to be greatly desired, for as the Apostle James has admonished us, “faith without works is dead” (James 2:20). If we desire to lead this present culture into the Kingdom of God, we must first have a servant’s heart, and serve! (Luke 22:26).