AN INTRODUCTION TO CEIBA INSTITUTE

About ceiba institute for biblical studies


Ceiba Institute began offering approved workshops, education and information sessions to behavioral health counselors and therapists, and to substance abuse counselors, for North Carolina Board Licensure and Certification. Ceiba Institute offered these education opportunities as a part of the Ceiba Counseling Center, a fully approved North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) facility providing services to North Carolina individuals and families. The Ceiba Counseling Center is still providing mental Health and Substance Abuse services. It also facilitates a Spiritual Healing and Recovery ministry for individuals desiring a longer-term recovery, and a life-long spiritual healing experience. Ceiba Institute was founded to elevate our conscious contact with God and to educate and prepare men and women to minister individuals in need of spiritual healing and recovery following the ministry of Yeshua/Jesus the Messiah/Christ.


Vision


Ceiba Institute for Biblical Studies will be the model post-secondary institute for higher education that prepares students for life and service in the local church and community.


Mission Statement


Related by faith to Christian and Hebraic values, Ceiba Institute for Biblical Studies is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a post-secondary institute of higher learning, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.


Values


•   We approach our mission with integrity.

•   We respect the dignity of each individual.

•   We embrace diverse learning styles.

•   We offer opportunities for all of our students to succeed.

•   We provide a high quality, accessible education.

•   We enable and challenge our students to reach their full potential.

•   We value our Hebraic Christian heritage and foster spiritual growth.


The aim of education is the knowledge,

not of facts, but of values.

William Inge


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