Minister Certificate Program
Christian Ministry training is one of the most exciting and fulfilling adventures you will ever embark on. People often find themselves serving in various capacities in organized religion or informal ministries based on zeal or availability but have limited training. This in-depth course will provide the necessary foundational knowledge to help you grow personally in your spiritual life but also prepare you for the daunting role of helping others grow in their relationship with God as well. At the end of this course, students will be certified to work in churches, religious non-profits, and Christian schools and youth camps among other vocations.
In this Christian Ministry Certificate program, students are offered an overview of the Bible and the purposes of the Old and New Testament. The student will review the fundamentals of Christianity while gaining a fresh appreciation for the eternal significance of salvation, baptism, and faith. This gives students the solid foundation on which to build their life-long study of God’s word. Students will enjoy moving beyond basics and into an understanding of the power and excitement of Kingdom living. This course will help students be trained, shaped, and equipped to do the work of ministry. Students will have the opportunity to develop a deeper love for God, show more loyalty to the Church, and develop a passion for souls while becoming effective servant leaders.
- Explain and classify the components of the Bible.
- Define fundamental concepts of Christian beliefs, i.e salvation,
- redemption, atonement, transformation, baptism.
- State the benefits and responsibilities of Kingdom citizenship.
- Describe and demonstrate spiritual authority.
- Compare and contrast world economics and kingdom economics.
- Exploring Christian Ministry as a vocation and identify career
- opportunities available in various aspects of ministry upon
- completion of this program.
- Name and classify the gifts of the Spirit.
- Determine personal spiritual gifts through gift assessment.
- Identify characteristics of the servant leader model.
- Identify scripture commonly used to limit the authority of women.
- Formulate a response to support women’s ministerial authority.
- Lead others to a decision for salvation.