Spiritual Growth | IBCS
Student Experience

Spiritual Growth

Students come because they really want to grow in the Lord.

We have worked hard to cultivate a rich spiritual environment where students come because they really want to grow in the Lord and prepare to serve Him with their lives. Personal spiritual growth is interwoven into every facet of the IBCS experience, from dedicated chapel services to intentional student Bible studies and group discussions. Every class is focused on the heart and the Scripture's application in that topic of study.

Our faculty are focused on the heart first.

Our faculty and staff are not just educators; they're mentors who genuinely care about your spiritual well-being first, guiding you through moments of counsel from God's Word, prayer, and dialogue that enriches your understanding of the Christian life and models what that looks like.

Our students are passionate about serving.

Students at IBCS are passionate about developing their gifts to serve the Lord and His church. We believe in an active faith and strive to cultivate an environment where you will be regularly encouraged to serve and will be provided with practical opportunities both on and off-campus in which to show the love of Christ through serving others. 

We prepare students for lifelong growth. 

We understand that spiritual growth is not confined to the duration of your education—it's a lifelong journey of faith. The theological foundation and spiritual habits established during these formative years create strong underpinnings to meet the rigors of ministry, family, and life challenges. Our goal is to equip you not only with academic knowledge but also with the faith, values, and spiritual depth that will enable you to stand strong and effectively serve the Lord for the rest of your life.


"The faculty really love the students, and they have the equipping of a ministry mindset."

Andrés Pasos
Bible and Church Music Student

STUDENT Experience

Looking to be mentored for ministry?
Want to be challenged spiritually?