Vision, Mission, Fundamentals

The mission of Singapore Bible College is to glorify God by training faithful servants of Jesus Christ for the edification of the church and the urgent evangelization of the unreached. 

Our Vision

To nurture servant-leaders, integrative thinkers, and effective communicators of God’s word for the edification of the church to carry out God’s mission in Asia and beyond through excellent holistic theological education

Goal (2018-2023):

To embrace SBC’s Vision of providing an excellent holistic theological education.
An excellent holistic theological education which:

Cultivates
Christ-like community

(relational)

Champions highest quality in formal, non- and in-formal theological education (educational)

Create synergized streamlined processes and systems

(operational)

Our Fundamentals:

Christ-centred

We resolve to live and serve together under the lordship of Jesus Christ. Christ and the cross is the message we proclaim, the model of our maturity, and the motivation of our ministry.

Bible-based

We resolve to base all our learning and affirmations on the Bible and to communicate the word of God accurately, relevantly, and with passion.  

Church-oriented

We resolve to serve the church, the Body of Christ, as we aspire towards a Spirit-filled community, worshipping the Triune God, teaching the truth, fellowshipping in love, and evangelizing the lost. 

Missions-directed

We resolve to proclaim and demonstrate the truth and compassion of the gospel of Jesus Christ to individuals, families, and communities in Singapore and beyond, and partner with churches, mission agencies, and Christians who do the same.

Context-relevant

We resolve to apply relevantly the unchanging word of God to people of diverse religions and cultures in our changing world, leading to faith in Jesus Christ and the transformation of individuals and communities. 

  • The sixty-six canonical books of the Bible are given by the inspiration of God and together comprise the only inerrant and infallible authority for faith and practice.
  • There is one true and living God, eternally existing in three Persons—Father, Son and Holy Spirit—who are equal in power and glory. God is most wise, most holy, most loving and gracious, and most just in all his judgments.
  • God is the source and creator of all beings and he controls all things by his wise and holy providence.
  • Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, became truly man without ceasing to be truly God, having been supernaturally conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. The purpose of the incarnation was to reveal God and to provide redemption for sinful man.
  • Being without sin, Jesus Christ made perfect atonement for sin through his death by crucifixion as a propitiatory and substitutionary sacrifice. Justification is secured to us by his bodily resurrection from the dead.
  • Having ascended into heaven, the Lord Jesus Christ occupies the place of pre-eminence at the Father’s right hand where, as High Priest for his people, He ministers as intercessor and advocate.
  • The same Lord Jesus Christ will return to earth personally—bodily and visibly—with power and glory, to bring to fulfilment God’s purposes for both the righteous and the wicked.
  • The Holy Spirit is a Person, is God, and eternally possesses all divine attributes together with the Father and the Son. He convicts of sin, regenerates and indwells believers, reveals spiritual truth, guides, sanctifies and comforts the people of God. Every believer is commanded to be filled with the Holy Spirit.
  • Man was created in the image of God. Through the disobedience of the first man, Adam, the entire human race fell into sin and was alienated from God. Because of his depraved nature and actual transgression, every man stands under the divine judicial sentence of death.
  • Salvation is the gift of God offered by grace and is received by man only through personal faith in the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Genuine salvation is manifested in a pattern of life that is pleasing to God which includes confession before men.
  • The church is a spiritual organism comprising all who truly believe unto salvation, whatever their affiliation with organized Christianity. Christ himself is the head of the church which is his body, and members are responsible to him for personal growth, for mutual care and for witness to the world.
  • At death the spirits of the believers depart to be with Christ in conscious blessedness. At Christ’s second coming their bodies shall be raised and changed to be like his and they shall be with him forever. Unbelievers will be raised from the dead to be judged by God and to suffer eternal conscious punishment.