International Christian College (RTO 6153 | CRICOS 01888B)

Our Ministry Philosophy

Our curriculum, course content and methods of teaching are characterized and under girded by the following values:

  • Biblical
    We believe Christian training should be governed by sound exposition of the Bible and its principles.
  • Charismatic
    We believe Christian training would lead students to discover the use of gifts of the Spirit.
  • Multicultural
    We believe Multiculturalism is the intention of God and we need to acknowledge its reality, challenges and the skills necessary to make it a great opportunity for the gospel.
  • Practical
    We believe Christian training should be both practical and theoretical. Key discipleship issues and personal spiritual growth will be encouraged and discussed throughout the program.


ICCollege (formerly known as API) was founded in 1998 by its host Church, International City Church (ICC), situated at Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. ICC is a flourishing multicultural Pentecostal Church with satellite churches in and around Brisbane and the Asia Pacific, which has a multicultural vision for Australia and South East Asia/Pacific region.

Our Mission

Training people from all nations to their fullest potential and equipping Christians for excellent ministry in a contemporary, multicultural society.

Our Aims

  • Develop leaders to minister in multicultural Christian Ministry
  • Teach the Word of God as the foundation for effective leadership and ministry
  • Train men and women to be contemporary Christian leaders for the new generation
  • Impart the gifts of the Holy Spirit according to God’s call on individual’s lives

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    Praise the Lord,

    We have been very happy to get your Bible College information on internet about how you are really working, so it’s really makes us feel very pleased and it’s why we’ve taken this opportunity to write to you.

    We’re Naivera Apostolic Church, and we’re Congolese refugees we are in Tanzania especially in Nyarugusu camp Kasulu Kigoma region.

    The camp has more than 100.000 people and also has more than 100 churchs in it.

    Regarding the interest of people to learn the word of the Lord, we decided to open the Bible school, but those getting diplomas from our Bible School are so many but still haven’t got any opportunity to carry on with their studies due to the lack of Bible college here in the camp.

    For that reason, we would humbly come to you asking for  PARTNERSHIP with your  Bible College, so that those who’re getting their diplomas should go ahead with their studies.

    We have every confidence that you’ll answer our request.

    On behalf of the Naivera Apostolic  Church, 
    Bishop, Dr. Benjamin Elunga W’Elunga

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