Statement of Mission

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 Convictions
It has been said, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” At Oak Brook College, our vision is to train attorneys who have the conviction, knowledge, and skill to actively stand for truth and against the evil in this world. This commitment means that a student’s training in worldview and legal philosophy is of utmost importance to our faculty. All laws are based upon policies, and policies, in turn, are based upon an individual’s perspective of truth. For this reason, gaining a proper foundation of truth is a pursuit of primary importance at Oak Brook. Oak Brook College faculty and students are committed to a proper understanding of the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God and the self- evident truths articulated by our Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence. As a result of these commitments, Oak Brook students also actively reject the faith of evolution and the religion of secular humanism. As students progress in their studies, they will learn the Biblical and historical foundations of American law and be challenged to make conventional application of these principles to today’s legal and governmental issues.

The faculty and students further pursue Godly wisdom by memorizing and meditating upon Scripture, 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 develop in them Christ-like character qualities such as humility, integrity, boldness, diligence, initiative, and responsibility.