In keeping with the philosophy of the institute, administration, faculty and students are working toward spiritual, intellectual, social and physical objectives. Some of these are:
- Complete commitment to the authority of the Word of God.
- Integration of the academic disciplines in the curriculum contribution to an informed Christian world and life view.
- Knowledge of biblical standards and principles for Christ-like living and yieldness to the Lord Jesus Christ in terms of these.
- Cultivation of the habits of obedience, prayer, Bible study and Church fellowship as a helpful and necessary means of growth in the Christian’s relationship with Christ.
- Appreciation for the privilege and acceptance of the responsibility to share the Lord Jesus Christ with those around us, as well as those in the ends of the earth.
- Mastery of the content and meaning of the Bible knowledge of and competence in areas comprising general education as a foundation for life, learning and service to mankind.
- General knowledge of the theological teaching of the Bible awareness of the history of doctrines and the problems which have arisen.
- Knowledge of and skill in the use of the tools of exegesis and application of the Bible.
- Knowledge of the nature, mission and ministry of the Church including its history and organization and standards governing its unity and purity.
- Understanding of God’s plan and method of world evangelization and Christian’s place in this.
- Awareness of God’s calling and of one’s natural and supernaturally bestowed abilities.
- Progress in the development of natural and supernatural gifts through the study of the principles of preaching and counseling and some supervised experience in the use of these.
- Development of adequate skill in the use of communication tools.
- Appreciation of an skill in music in order to join with and to lead Christian in worship and testimony.
- Mastery of study methods and development of motivation necessary for continuation of learning after formal school experience.
- Development in the knowledge of biblical principles which govern interpersonal relationships in the various areas of life.
- Knowledge of God’s pattern for the Christian family, including biblical principles governing friendships before marriage as a foundation for later relationships.
- Knowledge of and experience in God’s pattern for relations within the Church.
- Knowledge of the Christian’s place in Society and the ability to function effectively as a citizen.
- Proper appreciation for the body.
- Optimum physical fitness while in school.
- Development of life long habits of proper care for the body.