Chloe Oliver. Her smile is infectious. Hear her talk about her life, her calling, and her smile inducing experiences here at Northpoint Bible College.

Read¬†Chloe’s Story

We have amazing professors who are willing to work with us on a one to one basis. You really get to know them, their passion for God, and their passion for ministry. It’s opened a lot of doors, and you get to know amazing people.

 

Growing up, my parents divorced when I was 4, so I saw my dad on the weekends but then we moved about an hour and a half away from him. He was never really a part of my life. So I grew up with a lot of insecurities and a lot of shyness because of that. Then my mom ended up going to a church for the first time, and she gave her heart to Jesus. She kept inviting me, and finally I went. The church was just full of loving people who felt like family and so I wanted what they had. I became involved in the church. I started going to youth group and eventually became a youth leader. My worship team ended up going to national fine arts in Kentucky–and there we saw a Northpoint booth.

 

I decided to fill out an application to get free stuff, and during the last service the preacher gave an altar call. I began to pray and God called me to missions and ended up calling me to Northpoint. So I went back to the booth and filled out the rest of the application–and now I’m here.

 

Northpoint is a really amazing school and it’s an incredible place to come, step out of your comfort zone, grow, and learn. It’s a great spiritual atmosphere, and it’s a great academic atmosphere. We have amazing professors who are willing to work with us on a one to one basis. You really get to know them, their passion for God, and their passion for ministry. It’s opened a lot of doors, and you get to know amazing people.

 

I got involved with the missions team, and that’s been an awesome opportunity to get to be involved in missions. It’s been eye opening.

 

After graduating, I’d really like to work towards going to Ireland. My passion is just to go and love on the people of Ireland. Building real and open relationships and show them the love of Christ. I’d love to build churches in places drenched in religious history and show them something alive, something new.