Developing and promoting standards, policies and practices
for the governance of COGIC Bible schools, colleges, and graduate
schools and seminaries.
Fostering ecumenical relationships within and outside of
the United States.
Assisting in the development of curricular materials for
the ordination of clergy, licensing of credential holders, and the
training of lay leaders.
Establishing a unified funding and budgeting plan for all
affiliated COGIC Bible Schools, colleges, seminaries, and charter
Organizing and governing the COGIC School of Ministry in
Overseeing the History and Doctrine Committee.
Providing assistance to COGIC schools through consulting,
conferences and programs.
Establishing the link between the boards of trustees of all
COGIC schools, the General Assembly, and the Presiding Bishop’s
Establishing a COGIC educational fellowship that
encompasses both K-12 and higher education.
Organizing a national association of COGIC College