Classes held Monday nights 6 - 9 pm
Childcare up to 5th grade provided.
For more information, contact Ed Han.
"To equip the saints for the work of ministry"
Embassy School of Ministry offers a 2 year program of concentrated study and leadership training designed to spiritually equip believers for active service in the local church. Integrating classroom instruction with "hands-on" ministry experience.
We offer a program of study integrating five cores of academic study: Bible Survey, Applied Discipleship, Church Life, Ministry Skills and Leadership Core. Each course will meet for one hour per week for six weeks.
This core is an applied skills program. It requires a minimum of two hours of mentored, on-the-job training each week in one of the ministry arms of the local church.
Each student will memorize 72 selected verses from Scripture plus read and complete a Devotional Workbook on the entire Bible.
Each of these requirements are an integral part of the program of study, therefore a prerequisite for graduation.
PHILOSOPHY OF TEACHING
As a rule, instruction in Embassy School of Ministry is long on practical application. It is our desire to raise up an army of Christ centered workers who will impact their world for Jesus. Each course at the School of Ministry will concentrate on two aspects of instructional need:
Content: To be "conversant" in different aspects of Christian service, each student will be supplied with a "working knowledge" of the various aspects of ministry.
Application: The Bible Institute is a bottom-line school of ministry training. All instruction will emphasize a "hands-on", practical application of Biblical truths and principles.
Embassy School of Ministry is open to any believer who has a desire to grow in the things of God.
However, if you have only recently committed your life to Christ, it is recommended that you first complete a Christian Basics course or its equivalent.
$22 per course - 1/2 price for spouses
Fees are due the first night of class. You may elect to use our deferred payment plan: one-half due the first night of class, one-half due the fourth night of class.
The price of textbooks, if required, is the responsibility of the student.
Graduation from the School of Ministry will be held at the end of each two-year cycle at a special service of the church.
Each graduate will receive a diploma of achievement plus special recognition by the pastoral staff and their local church congregation.
8/27 - 10/1
6PM | Introduction to the Bible
7PM | The Devotional Life
8PM | Service in the Sanctuary
10/8 - 11/12
6PM | Bible Study Skills
7PM | The Cost of Discipleship
8PM | Lifestyle Evangelism
11/26 - 1/14
6PM | The Old Testament World
7PM | Building a Christlike Character
8PM | Guidelines for Follow-up
1/28 - 3/4
6PM | OT Survey I: Pentateuch
7PM | Ministry in the Home
8PM | Dynamics of Revival
3/11 - 4/22
6PM | OT Survey II: History
7PM | The Christian’s Warfare
8PM | Spiritual Gifts and Ministries
4/29 - 6/3
6PM | OT Survey III: Poetry
7PM | Knowing God’s Will
8PM | Christian Stewardship
2018 - 2019 Core Curriculum
OT Survey IV: Prophecy
The New Testament World
NT Survey I: Gospels
NT Survey II: Acts
NT Survey III: Epistles
NT Survey IV: Revelation
Leading Small Groups
Principles of Power Ministry
Foundations for Biblical Counseling
Effective Teaching Skills
Effective Preaching Skills
Leadership I: Personal Characteristics
Leadership II: Practical Skills
Multiplying New Leaders
Church Growth 101: The Ministry Matrix
Church Planting Strategies
Six Keys to Success in Ministry
Introduction to the Bible
Bible Study Skills
The Old Testament World
OT Survey I: Pentateuch
OT Survey II: History
OT Survey III: Poetry
The Devotional Life
The Cost of Discipleship
Building a Christlike Character
Ministry in the Home
The Christian’s Warfare
Knowing God’s Will
Service in the Sanctuary
Guidelines for Follow-up
Dynamics of Revival
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries