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Meeting the Challenge Campaign

Jesus commanded his followers to “go and make disciples” – the three initiatives in this campaign will support MCC students in meeting this challenge.

Online
Programs

Many Bible Colleges across North America are experiencing low student enrollment in traditional programs.

MCC wants to expand our online course offerings to reach a wide demographic of students who can access courses from anywhere.

MCC wants to provide a Masters program and pursue Accreditation.

$233,000/year

Student Bursaries

Many students find the cost of higher education a significant financial burden.

As enrollment rises, MCC wants to increase the number of bursaries available so the majority of students receive some form of financial support.

Bursary donations encourage students to pursue courses for Christian Service.

$40,000/year

Church Partnerships

Many churches are struggling with leadership, culture, and programs to be more effective at making disciples who make disciples.

MCC wants to partner with churches and leaders committed to disciple making.

MCC provides training resources, workshops, consulting and support for new and existing ministries across Canada.

$60,000/year

3 year goal: $1 million in additional operating funds

Our Purpose

is to biblically educate and equip people to become disciples of Jesus who make disciples.

Will you partner with us in meeting this challenge?

Donate or Pledge Today

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Donor Restricted Gift Policy: “Spending of funds is confined to board approved programs and projects.  Each contribution directed toward an approved program or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by the board, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.”