Spiritual LifeCIT affirms that men and women are suited for Christian service by their personal holiness, spiritual giftedness, academic competence and ministry skills. This means that personal qualities are as important as the acquisition of knowledge and ministerial skills. The process of moving toward more effective ministry, therefore, requires an intentional focus on the building of Christian character.
While being a student at CIT, every student is expected to develop personal holiness as well as contribute to the spiritual growth of fellow students.
The following guidelines are to help develop students' spiritual life:
a) Regular Bible reading and meaningful personal quiet time with God are absolutely essential for one's spirituality. CIT expects every student to regularly follow the personal devotional time from 6.30AM to 7AM.
b) Silence is to be maintained during this time.
c) The Hostel Secretaries will do the necessary practical arrangements under the guidance of the Wardens.
a) Along with individual piety, CIT affirms corporate spiritual life is both biblical and necessary for balanced Christian spirituality.
b) Chapel sessions are occasions for us to come together as a community to praise our God and learn from His Word.
c) All students are expected to attend all chapel sessions, corporate worship/devotions and prayer days unless prevented by illness.
d) In fact, worship is held for the entire CIT community, and all are expected to be seated at least 5 minutes before the start of the service so as to avoid disturbances.
Prayer DaysOnce in a semester a special Prayer Day will be held. Members of the whole community come together for more intense times of prayer with reflection for seeking God's ways and interceding for various needs.