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Sidebar: The Core Values of EBI

This is a sidebar for the article Where Bible Education and Missions are One


“What excites us more than our buildings is our program! Everything we do is based on four core values: Bible, Discipleship, Mission and Worship. Our goal is to train students to understand the Bible for themselves. We teach the Bible from cover to cover and dive deeply into theology. Our curriculum is arranged chronologically so students learn the Bible is one story. Every student is provided with LOGOS Bible software, which includes an extensive EBI Library that is theirs to keep after graduation.

“The staff understands that all we do is connected to discipleship. The classroom is important, but so is every interaction between staff and student. We have a department dedicated to meeting with, listening to and coaching students in their journey. Most of our staff live on or near campus so we can be available to build relationships and earn the right to speak truth and wisdom as God supplies.

“Student ministries is a growing department that coordinates opportunities to reach out to the world around us. This may include serving at a sewing center for immigrants, a soccer program for Somali children, evangelism on a university campus or inner-city Milwaukee, or trips to mosques or Hindu temples. Our students are also encouraged to take one of our mission exposure trips: Wayumi, Encounter or Interface.

“All this programming and activity only makes sense to a person wholeheartedly dedicated to God. That is our view of worship: a life surrendered fully to God. Our weekly student-led worship chapels are precious times, but they are only a small expression of a God-centered life of worship. Above all, our desire is that EBI students would learn to think like Christ, to have His heart for the world, to know His voice and to walk in His ways.”

Andrew Royer

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Tags: Ethnos360 Magazine,
POSTED ON Mar 14, 2022 by Bruce Enemark