ABC is a place for prayer, ministry training, study, and godly relationship building. A student’s first priority should be to grow in her personal relationship with the Lord. ABC provides a unique atmosphere to learn and develop as Pentecostal servant scholars. Great effort must be given to pursuing excellence in the classroom and godly maturity in one’s lifestyle. The Code of Conduct for all ABC personnel and students is established by a conservative, orthodox, historical interpretation of scriptural standards which govern interpersonal relationships, morals, and ethics.
A dormitory boarding program is provided to allow students to live on campus and build meaningful relationships with those who will be their ministry colleagues for the rest of their lives. The College desires that relationships be built that will bridge over denominational, regional, cultural, and linguistic differences. Students should exercise self-discipline and guard against any behavior or dress that might discredit their testimony or be a stumbling block to a fellow student.
Students should avoid relationships between the sexes that could have the appearance of evil, injure one’s testimony, or result in temptation and sin. At no time are men allowed in the women’s dormitory nor are women allowed in the men’s dormitory.
While a student at ABC, one should be involved in practical ministry at a local church. Each should find a church of their denomination and engage in active, weekly service.