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When it comes to pursuing post-secondary education, we understand that students are looking for more than just classes and degrees; they’re looking for a place that will help shape them into the men and women they aspire to be.

We believe that every human being has been uniquely gifted by God and has a specific purpose on the earth. We’ve crafted each program with this in mind.

With the scriptures as our core, our programs further develop students who are skilled in their discipline and have a heart to serve others. We help students to write their stories. Stories that are all about Jesus. Stories that change the world for His glory. Stories of lives surrendered to Christ and submitted to the work of His Spirit. We would love to partner with you as you write the next chapter of your life and make a significant impact on the world for the glory of God.

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October 12, 2018

Got a brother or sister? Bring them out for Sibling Day! On October 30th, we welcome all students to bring their siblings to school. On top of getting a sneak peek about what PLBC is about, you and your sibling will get free college swag, free lunch, a free drink at Clements AND additional prizes for "twinning siblings" (dressing the same).  If you don't have a sibling or they can't come, don't feel left out! You can twin with a PLBC friend for a chance to win a special prize.  It all starts 8am, ends at 1pm. 

September 13, 2018

A Great Start To The Year!

Last Thursday, we started the semester with O-Week for all our new students! Staff and our student leaders were ready to enthusiastically welcome each newcomer as they arrived. Both Thursday…

September 6, 2018


Orientation week (O-WEEK) is off to a great start! Yesterday morning, a group of new and returning students were greeted by dozens of staff and student leaders, oriented to campus housing,…
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