SPIRITUAL LIFE

The GMU Code of Conduct is the basic criterion of behavior that represents a standard of Christ-like character for all who are a part of the university community. Recognizing that involvement in the service of Christ requires a personal commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ, GMU expects the members of its community to develop a consistent program leading to spiritual growth and maturity. Such a program should include:​

  1. Disciplined Bible study. A consistent personal study of the Bible is essential for spiritual growth (1 Pet. 2:2, Heb. 4:12).

  2. Persistent prayer. By personal example, Jesus taught us the necessity of praying regularly and consistently, and the Bible exhorts us to “pray continually” (I Thess. 5:17).

  3. Discipleship. All members of the GMU community should be involved in intentional discipleship. This includes forming personal friendships, structured accountability relationships, and/or small group fellowships (Phil. 3:17).

  4. Church Attendance. All members of the GMU community should establish a church home and regularly attend worship services (Heb. 10:25, 1Cor. 16:13-16).

  5. Christian Ministry. All members of the GMU community should be involved in some expression of Christian service and the exercise spiritual gifts for the edification of the body (Eph. 4).

  6. Participate in Spiritual Enrichment Activities. In order to graduate, all students of the GMU should participate in at least four spiritual programs selected from the following: reading through the Bible, prayer in mountains, group prayer, spiritual retreats, training programs for missions, etc. 

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Phone: 714-525-0088
Fax: 714-459-7414
Email: I-20@gm.edu

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