The school opened its doors on September 5, 1967 and was founded by Rev. Richard LeBar and Rev. Dan Johnson. It currently offers a residential college experience with a variety of student groups and clubs.
After gaining a minimum of 102 credits and three years of study, students are eligible for a non-accredited Associate of Arts degree. Associates degree recipients may apply for a non-accredited Bachelor of Arts degree upon completion of an additional year of full-time ministry, language school, or an internship.