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What Makes a Crusader?

Consistent worldview that is Christ-centered and biblically based

  • Graduates will possess knowledge and understanding of the Scripture that equips them for Kingdom living (Roman 12:2, Col 2:8)

  • Graduates understand how Scripture applies to and informs the graduate’s view of social, economical, political, historical, vocation and other foundational areas of influence. (Proverbs 2:6., Proverbs 4:11 and Luke 2:46-47)


Responsible Academic foundation that prepares them for God’s open door at the next stage of life

  • Graduates will be well prepared in all academic disciplines and possess the academic skills necessary to flourish at the next level (Luke 2:52)

  • Graduates will possess the necessary critical thinking skills and a commitment to be a life-long learner that allows the individual to prosper in an ever changing world. (Col 1:10, 2:6 and II Peter 1: 5-8)


Undisputable redemption that is biblically based and personal

  • Graduates will understand God’s plan of redemption both for the individual and the world (Matt 28:19-20, Acts 1:8 and Romans 1:16)

  • Graduates will understand how to explain Salvation based on God’s Word (Romans 3:23, 6:23, 5:8, John 3:16 and Romans 10:9-13)


Strong responsibility that is guided by Scripture and encompasses the individual, culture and evangelism

  • Graduates will understand biblical responsibility for being accountable to God and established authority (2 Cor 5:10, Romans 13:! And I Peter 2: 13-14)

  • Graduates will understand biblical responsibility for building culture (Gen 1:28, 9:1 and Romans 12: 6-7)


Authentic integrity that influences all of life’s decisions

  • The graduate will be taught the importance of exhibiting character qualities that honor Christ (Prov 11:1, Titus 2:6-8)

  • The graduate will understand the importance of maintaining Christ-like integrity when making all decisions (I Peter 2:15 and Prov 4:23)

Diligent ownership of the Faith that is personal and transformational

  • Graduates will learn the importance of taking personal responsibility for study, prayer and service (II Tim 1:6-7, 2:15, 3:14-17, Phil 2:12, II Tim 3:15-16, James 5:16 and John 1:12-13)

  • Graduates will understand how to defend the faith (Acts 17:2, 17:17 and 19:8)


Eagerness to engage culture, proclaim the Gospel and live life to the Glory of God

  • Graduates will be equipped academically, intellectually and physically to pursue God’s calling on his or her life (II Tim 3:16-17 and Luke 2:52)

  • Graduates will be equipped to glorify God by kingdom living (II Tim 4:6-8, Psalm 29:1 and II Cor 4:6 & 15)


Readiness to die to self daily and pick up the cross to follow Christ (Luke 9:23)

  • Graduates will seek those things which are above where Christ is (Col 3:1)

  • Graduates will follow Christ to the end of the earth (Acts 1:8)

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