CaCHE: Church-based and Community-centered Higher Education
Building bridges to transform the face of global higher educationThe Vision Learning Community
The mission of CaCHE is to bring together churches, institutions, individuals, and resources from around the globe that can be linked in a network of shared knowledge, expertise, and vision. Through this network, our desire is for local churches to gain access to resources that will enable them to equip their young people as disciples, citizens, and leaders who are marked by integrity and excellence in all societal domains through high-quality, biblically-based, community-oriented, tertiary-level, liberal arts learning. If you are part a church, institution, or individual who shares this vision, we would love for you to consider how God might be leading you to join this movement.
CaCHE is currently an initiative under the umbrella of the Harvest Foundation, a ministry serving around the world to envision and equip the Church to reflect Jesus, the Chief Servant.
Because Truth is, and it is revealed in Jesus. CaCHE exists to re-integrate Biblical Truth into all facets of learning, revealing how all knowledge emanates from and is illuminated by the light of Christ.
The great task to which the Church has been commissioned is to make disciples of all nations. The vision of CaCHE is to serve as a catalyst in a global movement that will link partners around the world for the purpose of enabling the local church to make disciples of its young people through church- and community-based tertiary education.
CaCHE seeks to promote an educational vision that terminates not on knowledge, but on love for God and people. We seek to equip students who will be servant-hearted leaders of integrity and humility in their own communities and nations.
Higher education is out of reach for many students today. The prohibitive costs of a tertiary-level education, coupled with the geographic challenges faced by students in many remote locations, present an urgent need to provide the most accessible education possible for students facing the greatest obstacles in earning their Bachelor's degree.