University description (as per official university website)
Founder William J. Millar
While preaching in Scotland, D.L. Moody led William Millar to Christ. Mr. Millar came to Canada to preach and was invited to begin Bible classes in Moose Jaw, SK. In 1932 the school moved to Pambrun, SK, and Herbert W. Peeler was asked to help with the teaching. In January of 1933, Reverend Millar passed away leaving Mr. Peeler to guide the school. God gave Mr. Peeler the strength to direct the school for over fifty years of vital ministry.
Millar College still exists to teach the Bible. Thousands of young men and women have studied the Bible at Millar. Many of these have gone on to have vibrant ministries around the world as missionaries, pastors, youth leaders and lay workers. God has faithfully provided for and blessed the work of Millar College of the Bible.
Our vision is to develop passionate, relevant servants of Jesus Christ who are shaped by the entire Scriptures.
The mission of Millar College of the Bible is to develop, through sound Bible teaching, role modelling and practical experience, believers who will demonstrate Christlike character, competence in ministry, and commitment to impacting the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are committed to the comprehensive teaching of the Bible.
We intentionally cultivate the servant attitude of the Lord Jesus Christ in leadership, relationships and responsibilities.
Our "community of believers" approach means that people in this unique and close setting are loved, appreciated and affirmed.
We desire to walk prayerfully in obedience to God's Word, reflecting the character of Christ in all areas.
Our interactive relationships of accountability and commitment nurture the whole person.
We are committed to impacting the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.