Students wanting to enter the 60-credit Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministryprogram must have completed a Diploma in Ministry or an equivalent of 60 credit hours.
The Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry prepares students either for ordained ministry in a
Christian church, Bible College or for a wider engagement in society.
Upon the successful completion of the Bachelor Degree in Apostolic Ministry program, the students should be able to:
- serve in ministry such as a local church and develop abilities and virtues that will prepare them for their apostolic calling
- demonstrate a good understanding of theological and Biblical interpretation
- achieve personal growth in the apostolic ministry through the integration of theory
- have an in depth overview of the apostolic ministry and an understanding of Christ and His Kingdom, governmental structure, and mission of the church
- identify what is needed to restore authentic apostolic foundations so that the church can function effectively and in unity in the present-day environment
- understand what it means to restore the five-fold ministry that will bring the church into unity and the full stature of Christ
- formulate the phases of apostolic preparation and training and the related signs of the apostolic calling
- learn to practice and develop the apostolic gifts and hear the voice of God in dreams, visions, utterance, and prophecy
- Understand all aspects of the apostolic era and mission in the early church
- discover how necessary it is to spend time in the presence of the Lord in the secret place and develop a face to face relationship with Him
In addition to the 60 credit hours of study, students must also attend a total of 4 days of seminars in order to fulfil all the requirements for the Bachelor Degree.
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