The Word of God is the foundation of everything we do at CLBI.
We are a Christ-focused school.

God’s grace is the centerpiece of our mission here.
We seek to be people of prayer.

Our Emphasis

With God’s help, CLBI will train disciples of Christ in a caring and active environment to experience God more intimately, follow Him more closely, and serve Him more faithfully, at home and throughout the world.

The Word of God is central to everything at CLBI. It is the focus of our worship services, the textbook for our teaching, and the foundation of our daily lives. Whether we are learning, teaching, singing, talking, or playing, we want to be people of the Word.

All people need the Gospel. We want the Good News of God’s grace to us in Jesus Christ to be the centerpiece of our mission together. God’s children need to hear it again and again. The Good News is God’s power, which saves us, draws us together, and motivates us for service

We revere God’s Law. The Law of God cannot save us, but it is necessary for our salvation. We need to see our sin and be driven to the cross of Christ for forgiveness. We need to be reminded that we cannot earn God’s love or merit His blessings. We need the ethical guidance that God’s Law gives. We dare not make up our own morality. The Word and the Sacrements are God’s precious means of grace. The Word teaches us, Baptism washes us, and the Lord’s Supper nourishes us. In our sacramental life together we are brought again and again to the crucified and risen Jesus Christ, who alone is the source of our salvation.

We love and cherish the fellowship of God’s people. We need each other. We need the spiritual gifts which the Holy Spirit imparts to His people. And as we worship and work together, forgive one another, and bear one another’s burdens, we experience God’s peace.

We long for all people to trust in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord and come to know him in a personal way. We are called by the love of Christ to share His Gospel. Our mission is as local as our neighbourhood here in Camrose and as universal as the whole world.

We seek to be people of prayer. Whether in public worship, small groups, or in our personal lives, we want prayer to be foundational. Prayer supports and propels us in our mission. We desire that prayer be as essential to our school as breathing is to our physical life.