"...go and make disciples of all nations." Matthew 28
Come be equipped for ministry.
We are passionate about training the Church, so that she will reach her full potential in Christ and be obedient to His command in Matthew 28 to go and make disciples of all nations. Our training is affordable, relevant and practical, meeting high international standards, through modular, self contained courses which are informative, interesting and easy to understand.
Our study material is designed to train our students in Practical Ministry, in the most convenient way.
Study at home, online or at a campus.
All believers are called to ministry and our role is equipping the church, both corporately and individually to fulfil the call of God, through practical Christ centered training for ministry.
Students grow in character and in faith. It is not just about knowing the Word; it is also about understanding it and living it. Bible college is about studying the Bible as a preparation to go into ministry. Ministers need to be equipped in the Word in such a way that they gain knowledge which they can effectively apply in ministry. The call on your life and the anointing of God are not the main requirements for ministry, your Christian character is.
Our graduates are ready to establish Ministries or take up other Ministry positions. They fulfill the Great Commission by taking the harvest and making disciples.
We are accredited by Christ for the Nations Institute of Bible Colleges in Dallas,Texas USA.
We recommend that students who are looking for secular accreditation go and study at schools which offer such accreditation. South African students who successfully complete their studies are granted certificates of accomplishments. All degrees are granted by virtue of equivalence and are issued automatically by Revealed Word Bible Institute, a division of International Missions Sheridan, Wyoming United States of America.
Our training consists of a series of modular, user friendly, study programs, which focus on student-centered learning. The content is easy to understand and simple to use.
Each module is a stand alone study resource. The modules contain all the required learning material. You dont require any additional information to complete our courses, although additional reading is encouraged. Our modules are not guides; they are the teachings that are required.
Students are able to study independently. On completion of each module students demonstrate their understanding of the subject through testing: first year students write exams and subsequent years students submit assignments.
Are designed to be completed in three years and each year is a course, which is divided into modules, which are also courses. Each year has a theme and is certified. An example is our Bachelors in Ministry which is divided into:
First Year: Certificate in Ministry, which consists of 7 modules.
Second Year: Associate Degree in Ministry, which consists of 6 modules.
Third Year: Bachelors in Ministry, which consists of 8 Modules.
Distance Learning Campuses
Enables you to study wherever you are. Students have two options of study through distance learning:
1. Our Online Campus: All interactions, including enrolment, access to modules and payments is via electronic media. There is minimum human interaction.
2. Our Distance Learning Campus: For students who want to study from home and still have human interaction. Most communication is via email, with some telephonic support.
Students attend in person, at set times and dates. The campus experience enriches your learning, through interactions with fellow students and faculty. There are group discussions, which are designed to help you mature spiritually. Students are required to study in their own time. We do not have lecturers or teachers, as our modules contain all the required teachings, instead we have facilitators, who are trained to present our teachings systematically. A facilitator of learning, guides and assists students in learning for themselves – developing their own thoughts and through self-exploration and dialogue.
A section of the notes is shared by the facilitator and then the class breaks up into smaller discussion groups, where they discuss what was shared. The group leaders report back to the class. The leadership of each group is changed after each discussion report back, so that each student gets multiple chances to lead.