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Eston College

Eston College is a private Christian post-secondary educational institution located in Eston, Saskatchewan, Canada. Since 1944 it has served as the primary training center for the Apostolic Church of Pentecost (ACOP) and welcomes students from across Canada and around the world. In a rural setting, Eston College provides an educational and discipleship setting that "allows you to learn more about yourself, your world, and your creator."

Eston College is fully accredited with The Association for Biblical Higher Education (formerly known as the Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges), and the College also works in conjunction with the Canadian Council of Christian Charities, Christian Higher Education Canada, and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC). Eston College has an excellent relationship with a number of Bible colleges and seminaries in western Canada. Many students are receiving full transfer credit for appropriate courses. Students wishing to go on to further studies in university or technical schools, particularly those within Saskatchewan, may expect that some of their Eston College course credits will transfer towards their new program.

MISSION STATEMENT

Eston College exists to equip students to know the Scriptures and the power of God to further the Great Commission.

WORD
Presenting to everyone the Word of God in its fullness (Colossians 1:25); growing in our awareness of the will and character of Jesus Christ as made known through the Bible so that we can become more mature—able to discern between right and wrong (Hebrews 5:13-14).

SPIRIT
Providing an environment of spiritual formation that enables growth through insight and understanding that comes by encountering the Spirit of God (Colossians 1:9); being empowered to develop and serve in our spiritual gifts and abilities given by the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:11).

MISSION
Taking the things we learn from and about God and putting them into practice both individually and in community; exercising godly practices and Christian service in the home, workplace, church and our world (Philippians 4:8-9); resolving to live a life marked by good discipline and stability of faith in Christ (Colossians 3:23).


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