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The school will train (mature and equip) the born again believer into becoming an effective Priest, Son, and King of God on the earth, so that he/she will be able to effectively worship, reflect and serve God in his/her unique areas of calling and profession. The curriculum as earlier said in this website is based on the pattern used by Jesus Christ during His earthly ministry to mature and equip His disciples for the work of the ministry. Jesus taught them the principles of the Kingdom (Mathews 5: 1-2 & Luke 11:1), He sent them out on practical ministry assignments (Luke 9:1-2 & Luke 10:1), and He further involved them in some form of domestic exercises (Mathews 21:1-2 & Mark 14:13-16). This pattern of training set by Jesus Christ inspired the division of the school training program into its three main parts.


These are:

1. LECTURES : “… His disciples came to Him, and He began to teach them,”
Matthew 5:1-2

The curriculum comprises of relevant courses that will enable the student to gain practical knowledge, understanding, and wisdom of Kingdom principles needed to excel in his/her relevant area of calling.

We have qualified and seasoned lecturers who teach the courses, bringing Kingdom relevance into every classroom experience. In addition to assignments, there are a variety of learning techniques that are used to ensure maximum learning retention and practicality from lectures, videos, slides, interactive sessions, group work etc.

Class runs from Tuesday to Friday from 5:30pm - 8pm and on selected Saturdays about which the students are notified in advance.

 

2. CHARACTER BUILDING EXERCISES: We give these exercises to strengthen and develop every student in the fruit of the Spirit and a servants heart.

“So he sent two of His disciples, telling them, go into the city,…. And his disciples went forth, and came into the city, and found as he had said unto them: and they made ready the passover.”
Mark 14:15-16

These exercises cultivate a pure and right state of heart in the student which is an important criteria needed to sustain any divine assignment.



3. PRACTICAL MINISTRY PROJECTS (P.M.P.):

Practical Ministry Projects offer hands on ministerial experience. Students are sent out in teams to plan, finance and execute two projects (over the two years) with sustainable Kingdom impact and maximum ripple effect. The first project (PMP 1) is towards reaching the lost and ministering to them salvation and ensuring they are infilled with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues and submitting them to a local pastor for discipleship and growth. The second project (PMP 2) is targetted towards their areas of calling/profession where they are to strategically impact their nation of calling with the Kingdom of God.

... the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come.
Luke 10:1