Spiritual LifeIntegrating your faith in Jesus with life and leadership
& Servant Leadership
We believe you are shaped by your environment, and on par with our mission, we equip servant leaders! As a Christian college, we believe you cannot become a servant leader without first having a vibrant relationship with Christ. Thus, we provide opportunities for students to grow spiritually as well as develop into the leader God intended!
Our Student Life Department exists to support and enhance the academic mission of the College in providing students a community that fosters a consecrated way of life and facilitates holistic student development.
Christian spiritual formation happens primarily through teaching, community, and practice—all through the work of the Holy Spirit. Practically, all departments provide opportunities for students to grow through our intertwined core values of humility, scholarship, community, and innovation. However, student life provides additional programs and services that promote student spiritual growth!
Become better followers of Jesus through:
- Mentee Relationships
Local church membership
On-campus student-led Devos
Student leadership opportunities
Weekend trips to local churches
Service trips and intercultural experiences
Internships and practical experience outside the classroom
We believe that going to a Bible college has more to do with personal transformation and the learning of foundational Biblical knowledge than the mere collecting of technical skills for a profession. Boise Bible College helps students to learn to live out their Christ-centered personal vocation because it will be more satisfying and enduring as they continue to journey on their Christian walk.
Our Waypoints Program is intentionally used to develop students. Through the Waypoints program, students are guided through essential personal development to help them become aware of themselves emotionally, mentally, and spiritually in order to become servant leaders.
of graduates survive their first five years in vocational ministry compared to a Duke University study in 2007 which stated 85% of graduates from Bible colleges or seminaries don’t survive
of graduates who’ve entered full-time vocational ministry since 1990 are still serving