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Life at CLBI 2017-05-19T19:06:24+00:00

Life at CLBI

Life at CLBI is one of momentum– propelling you forward in your faith, your relationship with God, and your future!

Dorm Life

The majority of students live on campus in either the Girls’ or Guys’ dorm with a designated roommate. (Single rooms are available upon request dependent on availability.) Living in close quarters is a great part of the CLBI experience and provides an excellent way to develop new friendships. Each dorm comes pre-furnished with a closet, dresser, desk, and bed, all set for you to add personality and really make it your own. Meals are provided for students in the common cafeteria where our kitchen staff strives to provide balanced, healthy, and enjoyable meals (and are happy to meet special dietary needs). Shared meals and dorm life offer great times of connection with one another.

Community

Beyond academics and Bible classes, life here is charged by community and relationship. Students live together in dorms on campus and become a very tight knit group. Community is nurtured through weekly chapels, discipleship groups, retreats, shared meals, dorm devotions, serving together, and everyday stuff like laughing and hanging out. Students are encouraged to get real and to go deep with one another, building solid and genuine relationships.

Discipleship

Our Staff are intentional about being involved with students and coming alongside them in their personal journey. Students are placed in small discipleship groups (aka D-groups) that meet weekly throughout the year in a staff member’s home. Time spent together at D-group is centred around fun, connection, encouragement, and togetherness. D-group becomes like a family away from home and is a high point for many of the students.

Mentorship

Each student is also paired up with a staff member for ongoing one-on-one mentorship. Mentors meet with their students regularly to build relationship, check in, encourage, support, and pray together. These relationships foster a lot of the personal growth that comes as students continue to learn and mature and tackle the challenges of the year.

Personal Growth

We want to see you grow and become the person God created you to be.
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