To further develop servant leaders for the church, students are required to participate in Central’s discipleship program, chapel services, local church services, and Service Learning.
Discipleship is a critical part of developing servant-leaders for the Church. Student development has created a student discipleship program here at Central to help new students acclimate to their new learning environment, promote kingdom building through intentional relationships and build up people who can be disciple-makers in the future. All online students who attend Central Christian College of the Bible are expected to participate in the student discipleship program in two ways:
- By participating in a mentoring relationship
- By completing assignments related to discipleship in designated courses
Central’s campus community gathers in the Ferneau Center every -Tuesday and Friday during the school year for praise, worship, and celebration. These scheduled gatherings are designed to develop servant-leaders and serve as the heartbeat of our campus community. Essential and time-sensitive announcements are given during that time. The chapel speakers are typically area preachers, visiting evangelists, faculty members, alumni, or graduating seniors.
1.1 – 2.a. Chapel Expectations. While extension and online students are not required to participate in Chapel or Christian service, we do expect that every student is engaged in worship in the local congregation and putting their talents to work in their local church community.
Central’s campus community gathers in the Ferneau Center every Tuesday and Friday during the school year for praise, worship, and celebration. These special gatherings are designed to develop servant leaders and serve as the heartbeat of our campus community. The chapel speakers are normally area preachers, visiting evangelists, faculty members, or graduating seniors.
These chapel services are recorded and published at www.cccb.edu/chapel
The College encourages its students to use their various talents in some form of ministry or service. Our goals include every student actively involved in service to the Lord’s kingdom while enrolled at Central and the majority of our graduates continuing to serve Christ in some specialized ministry after leaving college.
Watch chapel live: https://cccb.edu/media-resources/chapel/
Submit a Chapel Report: https://cccb.edu/chapel-report/
Because Central is preparing leaders for the church, it is assumed that all students will attend Sunday services regularly. We encourage you to visit area churches and choose one to be involved with regularly. Involvement in a local fellowship provides an extended family beyond Central and is an invaluable source of support, growth, and accountability.