Monday 9 am - 4 pm
Monday 7 pm - 9:00 pm
Tuesday 9 am - 4 pm
Wednesday 9 am - 4 pm
We have successfully mapped BSSM's (Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry) curriculum to a National Diploma in Christian Ministry and Theology. Our study options are either full-time, or part-time, and our subjects are as follows:
Original Design - CMTTHE503A, CMTTHE501A, CMTTHE504A
Part A: The Character of God. It is the kindness of God that draws people to Himself. Through comparison of Old and New Covenants and discussion concerning theological issues, students will leave behind religious constructs and come to know the heart of the Father.
Original Design Part B: The Kingdom. Being that "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done" is the mandate Jesus taught us to declare, this subject challenges students to embrace a dynamic Kingdom lifestyle in the context of everyday life. This course introduces students to the belief systems and mindsets held by those living in the times of the acts of the Apostles and combines a sound biblical foundation of healing along with the "how to's" and "can do's" of kingdom application.
Original Design Part C: A Royal Priesthood. From the foundation of knowing who God is, along with His heart for community, students will identify and understand sonship. Themes of inheritance and royalty will be examined through the framework of new theological information.
Worship: First Love - CHTMIN501A, CHCNET503D, CHCORG506E. Designed to bring the biblical model for worship to the fore and empower students to identify their own creative expression as a worshipper, this course offers students the space to discover the importance of the Holy Spirit's leading as aligned with the heart of the Father for His children.
Prophecy - CMTMIN501A, CMTMIN502A. Students are equipped with confidence to step into their call as effective conveyors of truth. The ability to hear God's voice will be established via opportunities to bless, declare and enhance the environment in the local community and in the life of the individual.
Discipleship - CHCCOM504B, CHCORG506E, CHCNET503D, CMTTHE502A
Discipleship Part A: Self. This subject delves into the unique gifts and design of each individual student. Through validation, a fresh look at coaching in an environment of freedom will be celebrated as the core value of love is explored in the context of leadership, as opposed to an expectation of obedience.
Discipleship Part B: Community. With a heart motivation of honour and a desire to see churches step out from the restraints of self-management mindsets, this teaching employs a new approach to validate individuals in positions of leadership both in and outside of the church community. Training in communication—with staff and in the community—will assist those who are hungry and have a desire to be true connectors.
Discipleship Part C: Nations. “Who has heard of such a thing? Who has seen such things? Can a land be born in one day? Or can a nation be brought forth in a moment? As soon as Zion was in labor, she also brought forth her sons" (Isaiah 66:8). This course offers a unique look at evangelism through the lens of 'Prophecy' and the hope of nations as the impact of prophetic activation in community is identified.