Statement of Mission
The mission of Oak Brook College of Law and Government Policy is to train individuals who desire to advance the gospel of Jesus Christ through service as advocates of truth, counselors of reconciliation, and ministers of justice in the fields of law and government policy.
Perspective and Methods
Oak Brook College approaches law and government policy from a Biblical and historical perspective. Oak Brook College students are committed to the self-evident truths articulated by our Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence and they reject the faith of evolution and the religion of secular humanism. Students learn the Biblical foundations of the Common Law and are challenged to make conventional application of these principles to resolve today’s legal and governmental issues.
Oak Brook College trains its students by using innovative distance-learning techniques, seminars, workshops and on-line instruction. The faculty and students pursue Godly wisdom by memorizing and meditating upon God’s word, the Bible, and seek to use this wisdom in resolving conflicts, developing strategies, and implementing policy. As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, Oak Brook College students rely upon the indwelling Holy Spirit to give them the power to develop within them Christ-like character qualities such as meekness, humility, truthfulness, boldness, diligence, initiative and responsibility.
Students in the Oak Brook College law and government policy programs desire to glorify God by doing the good works they have been called to do in law and government policy, with integrity, enthusiasm, thoroughness, and honesty. It is the College’s goal that graduates of Oak Brook College would be wise public servants and statesmen primarily interested in using their legal and professional training to help those in need by providing wise counsel and direction.