Great Lakes Christian College

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Great Lakes Christian College, an institution of higher education affiliated with Christian Churches/Churches of Christ, seeks to glorify God by preparing students to be servant-leaders in the church and world.The goals Great Lakes Christian College seeks to attain are inherent in the Mission Statement. The College is committed to serve and glorify God and endeavors to accomplish this by the following means: To provide our students a foundation for Christian faith, thought, and character that is relevant to the challenges and opportunities of the world.

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