Multicultural EngagementDiverse, and One in Jesus
We are all members of the body of Christ, made in His image, and our unity in diversity brings glory to God. As a college, our desire is to be a place where all students can grow and have equal opportunity to be equipped to become servant-leaders who build up the church to advance the gospel worldwide.
Therefore, Boise Bible College is taking practical steps to foster an environment that engages diverse backgrounds and cultures to build bridges across ethnic lines. Learn more below.
Global Outreach Committee
The Global Outreach Committee is a student-led group that partners with the mission of the college to help others become servant leaders with a humble multicultural and multiethnic perspective in a non-academic environment. This is accomplished through a variety of events and engagements throughout the school year.
Bridges is a monthly conversation where students, faculty, and staff are invited to listen and dialogue in a safe place about social injustices through the eyes of Jesus and others.
Mosaic Days are opportunities for students to learn and celebrate different ethnicities across the United States and the world in order to facilitate building bridges.
Missions Emphasis Week (MEW)
This is a weeklong event at Boise Bible College where a speaker comes in to enlighten the school about a particular type of cross-cultural work. During the week there are many events for students to attend, ask questions, and worship together such as One Voice and Prayer Nights.
ICOM (International Conference on Missions)
ICOM is an opportunity to join missionaries and organizations around the world who are propelling the Kingdom of Jesus forward. Typically, a large portion of the student body travels to ICOM each fall. The conference is hosted in various parts of the United States.