Elective Subjects

Dogma   ​​ 

To raise up a Godly Doctrinal Standard based on Accuracy in Scriptures that will prepare the Christian to handle and overcome winds of doctrine contrary to Christ.
Through the study of this subject students obtain the following outcomes:
An introduction to Doctrine and the development of a secure belief system according to Scripture.
Students gain understanding in Theology as being the knowledge of God, specifically the God of the Bible.
Students learn that God wants us to recognise the truths about Christ to make us complete in Him.
Angelology reveals the existence of angels and how they operate.
Demonology confirms the processes of fallen angels to oppress people and how to overcome in the name of Jesus.
Pneumatology supplies insights into the character and work of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
Harmatology describes the seven deadly sins.
Bibliology helps us to understand the make-up, message and meaning of the Bible.
Sacramentology explores the Scriptural meaning of Communion and other aspects of Christian Faith.
Through the study of Anthropology students gain understanding of man and mankind: why God made man and how and what it means to us.
Realize that we are predestined to be conformed to the image of God’s Son Jesus Christ.
Uncover the power of meekness and humility that generate an easy yoke in following Jesus.
Discover that you are part of the eternal Church through faith in Jesus.
Learn to contend for the faith and become stable against any winds of doctrine.
DOGMA has the effect of stabilizing believers in the Word through the ever shifting world of Church Politics and Winds of Doctrine.

This is a great study tool to accompany essential Christian Doctrinal subjects like “God’s Genius: Apostolic Reformational Theology” as well as “Household Leaders Training” as it equips believers with the necessary understanding of Scriptures to combat false teachings 

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God’s Generals

This subject introduces students to some historical faith heroes from the early years of church history like John Hus, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, through to modern generals including Dr. John G. Lake; A.A. Allen; Smith Wigglesworth; Dr. Roy M. Gray; Martha Wing Robinson; Madame Jeanne Guyonne and more.
Students realize that God’s Generals are human beings that face the fears and challenges of life with the Holy Spirit just like them.
Valuable life skills are obtained through a study of the lives of “God’s Generals”
Reference to Christian movements is enhanced through the study of founders of such movements.
Students also develop historical research skills.
Essays about “God’s Generals” will build greater awareness about ordinary people that transformed society for God.
Students learn to discern between scriptural truth and traditional errors that crept into Christianity.
Students are inspired to stand up for their faith under trying conditions and persecution.
By honouring “God’s Generals” of the past, students will grow in respect for each other and their fellow witnesses of the present.
Perhaps we will see the emergence of a new generation of God’s Generals for this time.

God’s Generals are described in a realistic way so as not to place ordinary men on pedestals, but to give glory to God.
Students are given an opportunity to identify with individuals that have changed their generation for God.
This will enrich the training of aspiring ministers of the Gospel and can be studied in conjunction with “Church Management” as well as “Household Leaders Training” in addition to practical subjects like “Character of God’s Workman”; “Fruit of the Spirit”; and “Gifts and Functions.” 

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Counselling and Deliverance   ​​ 

“Counselling and Deliverance” is a summary of scriptural principles regarding prayer and ministry to the oppressed. Specific issues will be confronted and prayed through during the presentation of this subject.
Spiritual growth in the student as a result of perspective on past sufferings is the most pertinent outcome.
Further valuable understanding regarding trials and faith lay a good foundation for sound Christian Doctrine.
A good foundation to have before attempting this subject would include: “Foundation Course”; “Blessings of Submission”; “Blood Covenant.”; “Renewal of the Mind” and “New Creation Realities.” A working knowledge of the “Gifts and Functions” of the Spirit would be recommended.

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Church History 1 & 2

“Church History” provides a brief summary of church history from the early church in the Book of Acts onwards.
1. Students will understand the historical context of the church; and consider the immediate context of their church life.
2. Development of techniques in accurate historiography.
3. Important dates are to be memorized for future ministry on the subject
4. Investigate the geographical context of the church through history – identify the effect of empires on the church and its members.
5. Specific Lessons from History cover the following topics:
i. Prophecy
ii. Source
iii. Leadership
iv. Religious pursuit
v. Change and reformation
vi. Consecration
vii. Money and finance
viii. Spiritual Warfare
Successes and Failures from Church History over the ages are highlighted and students are encouraged to integrate these lessons into their personal lives and ministry.
It may help to study “Historical Books 1-4” as well to create a timeline from Biblical History through to modern times. 

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Students have an opportunity to learn from the writing of Madame Jeanne Guyon and apply it in their personal Bible Study.
Learn to read the Bible in simplicity.
Enter into the main design of the Author of the Word.
Students are induced to love God even more.
Learn to serve God with comfort and success, in a simple and easy manner.
Learn devotion to God from a lady that gave all to follow Jesus.
Students discern how to read the Word and respond in simple child-like faith in simple but powerful prayer.

Students will be encouraged to journal their prayer life during the term as inspired by Jean Guyon and give an account of what they have learnt in the process.
“Hearing God’s Voice” as well as “Prayer 1 & 2” along with “The Practise of the Presence of God” by Brother Lawrence will complete the meditational bouquet of subjects. 

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Protocol for Ministry

This study actively helps to develop Scriptural protocols for ministry relations across denominations in the Body of Christ. It is currently being used in our network of 600 churches across cultural and denominational lines.
Other benefits include:
Discover the origins and philosophy of Protocol
Develop Personal Life Skills protocols
Cultivate respect for Elders and younger believers alike
Set up financial protocols that will ensure accountability and good stewardship in ministry.
Learn how to work with the anointing in a meeting, together with other spirit-filled believers.
Ensure proper prophetic protocols that will build up the church.
Prevent damage to the church by visiting ministries.
Develop proper protocols for itinerant ministers between different churches.
Raise the standards for gifted and talented persons to develop fruit alongside gifts.
Set the standards for church support of widows and orphans.

Refer to “Five Fold Ministry” and “Church Management” for further advice on ministry protocols.
Students that have worked through the various prior learning subjects in conjunction with Protocol for Ministry will be better equipped to handle different case scenarios in ministry. There will be a confidence in the understanding of New Covenant perspectives of Church life that will protect believers from errors and strengthen the ties between interrelating churches in the Body of Christ. 

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