There are so many questions when it comes to finding direction for our lives:
what was I created for?
what makes me come alive?
what should I do with my life?
And though the ‘what’ questions are important we really need to ask the ‘who’ questions:
who is God?
who am I and who am I becoming?
who will walk with me?
We would love to ask these questions alongside you. We would love to be part of the process of finding direction for your life. Is CLBI the right place for you?
Whether or not you ever come to CLBI, we believe in what God does through the Bible school experience. Because direction is as much about who you are becoming, as it is about what you will do. CLBI is now accepting applications for the Discipleship and Leadership Programs for Winter 2016. Look around our website for more info about CLBI’s unique discipleship experience and programs or to apply. To arrange for a campus visit or just some time to talk, contact Kat (Office Administrator) or Mark (Director of Recruitment) at 1.888.672.4454 [toll-free] or email here.
Belong. Believe. Become.
CLBI is a Christ focused school where you will find an overwhelming sense of BELONGING. Our focus in this community is deep personal relationships with God and with others. As you live in this tight community you will explore your faith, and discover what it means to BELIEVE for yourself God's promises. In this context of faith and relationship you will take strides by God's Spirit to BECOME the person God created you to be.
Our mission is to train, equip and empower servant leaders of all ages within the context of Christian community. From this community, leaders are sent out to serve Christ and His church in their called vocations throughout Canada and the world.
The CLBI motto is that students come to know Christ more intimately, follow Him more closely, and serve God more faithfully.
Spirit, may You rest on Rev. Andrew Craig as he teaches the 1st year course, “Faith, Film, Culture.” Give him great knowledge and insight about our current culture and give him wisdom to challenge and engage the students. Would You move through the classroom this week and do a deep work in each student?