Read Microsoft Word - ACEA Directory 2007.doc text version

Apostolic Council for Educational Accountability

A Networking Directory for ACEA Ministry School Leaders

2007 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

PO Box 63060 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80962 1-719-262-9922 ~ 719-262-9920 fax [email protected] www.acea-schools.org

4/18/2007

1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION PROFILES OF ACEA MEMBERS

ACTS International Bible College Acts International Bible College (PA) Advocate Institute AGAPE Divinity School of Practical Ministry Ambassador College American Bible College Ames Christian University Beacon University: Institute of Ministry California New Hope University Christian International Ministry Christian Leadership University College of Sonship, The Cornerstone Bible Institute & Seminary Covenant Bible College and Seminary Cromwell Christian School of Ministry DOVE Church Planting & Leadership School Destiny Bible College Destiny Christian College Destiny School of Ministry/Worship Arts Institute Destiny Training Center Eagle Christian College Every Nation Leadership Institute Faith Christian University Faith Theological Seminary and Christian College Fountaingate Institute Full Gospel Restoration Bible College Grace College of Divinity Grace Training Center's School of Ministy 4/18/2007 -29 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 46 48 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 8

Horizon College of Ministry Horizon School of Discipleship Impact! School of Ministry International Institute of Church Management International Seminary & Training Center of Leadership Jubilee Training Institute Kingdom Advance Schools Kingdom Embassy University Lifestream School of Ministry Living Faith Fellowship College of Ministry Training LOGOS Christian College & Graduate Schools Ministry Matrix, Inc. Mid-Michigan Bible Institute Mount Olive Bible College

63 64 65 67 69 71 73 74 76 78 80 82 84 86

Northwestern Theological Seminary and Christian University 88 Paul-Timothy School of Ministry Pillsbury College and Seminary Pioneer Christian College of Leadership Portland Bible College Prepare International PureSpring Institute Rochester Center of Theological and Biblical Studies Salem Heights School of Ministry Shiloh Place Ministries Southwestern Christian Graduate School Spirit of Life School of Theology Summit Bible College Sword of the Spirit Ministry Training Center Teamwork Bible College International Vision International College & University Wagner Leadership Institute - Ann Arbor Wagner Leadership Institute -Asia 4/18/2007 -390 92 94 96 97 99 101 103 105 106 108 110 112 114 116 119 121

Wagner Leadership Institute - Bernardsville Wagner Leadership Institute - Canada Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Central Wagner Leadership Institute - Denton / Issachar School Wagner Leadership Institute - Global Awakening Wagner Leadership Institute - Jamesburg Wagner Leadership Institute - Japan Wagner Leadership Institute - Korea Wagner Leadership Institute - Memphis Wagner Leadership Institute - Montgomery Wagner Leadership Institute - New York City Wagner Leadership Institute - Northeast Wagner Leadership Institute - Pasadena Wagner Leadership Institute - Phoenix Wagner Leadership Institute - South Central Wagner Leadership Institute - Southeast Wagner Leadership Institute - Toms River Wagner Leadership Institute - West Haven Word of Life Bible College Word of Life School of Ministry Word of Truth Seminary Zahar Christian University

123 124 126 128 129 130 131 133 135 136 137 139 140 142 143 144 145 147 148 150 152 154

4/18/2007

-4-

ACEA NETWORKING DIRECTORY

Introduction

New apostolic ministry training schools have specific purposes for which God has called them. Traditional accreditation has generally done more to hinder than help these schools achieve their purposes. Many schools have felt the need for more flexibility to be all that God wanted them to be. Most do not want complete independence, but interdependence of some kind. They want to know what others are doing, and they want others to know what they are doing. Thus, C. Peter Wagner formed the ACEA, not as a new form of accreditation but as a means for schools to receive ongoing peerlevel evaluation, mutual accountability, and networking while maintaining the integrity of their individual callings from God. The descriptions contained in this directory come from ACEA enrollment forms and self-study reports submitted by each of the schools. Some ACEA member schools are not represented here, because ACEA received no information from them. We hope this networking directory will help many ACEA schools to get to know each other. This directory contains profiles of most ACEA members through April 2007. Take the risk. Pick up the phone and call one of your partners in ministry.

4/18/2007

-5-

Profiles of ACEA Members

ACTS International Bible College

14100 Valley View Rd. Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: (952) 937-6101, Ext. 232 Fax: (952) 937-6248 Email: lance[email protected] Website: www.actscollege.org Church or Apostolic Network: Life Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Alan Langstaff, Chancellor School Administrators: Dr. Lance Wonders, Academic Dean, Darcy Ferdon, Registrar Vision and Purpose To prepare this generation for worldwide harvest by training and equipping students in the Word of God and Holy Spirit for practical and spiritual ministry. Degree Programs ACTS offers: Certificate of Biblical Studies, the Associate of Ministerial and Biblical Studies Degree, Bachelor of Divinity, Master of Divinity, and Master of Theological Studies. It also offers a 42 credit Certificate of Biblical Studies. Educational Distinctives ACTS is not a typical training school. It merges the streams of sound theological doctrine with intense practical application. It integrates sound, experienced leadership with the individual calling placed on each student. The ACTS academic experience focuses on three areas: · Academic Excellence ­ believing that students need to be confronted with dynamic, biblical teaching that has balance, depth and integrity · Spiritual Dynamics ­ cultivating an environment for growth both in their relationship with the Lord and with other people. · Student Ministry ­ not only being hearers of the Word but doers also. Built into the course of study are opportunities to apply the training in personal and practical ministry, both locally and abroad. Student Profile Most students come from various churches and apostolic networks. Approximately 30% are international students. The predominant ages of the students are 18-35 years old. A majority of the students are ordained after entering training. Approximately 30% of graduates enter full-time ministry, 30% enter part-time ministry, and 40% enter lay ministry positions within the local church. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50%. Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 50%. 4/18/2007 -6-

Most Popular Courses Women in Ministry, Spiritual Leadership, Prayer and Intercession, Eschatology, Student Ministries, Evangelism, Steps to Freedom in Christ, Spiritual Warfare. Extension Education Profile ACTS opened its first extension school in Ciudad Navojoa, Mexico in 2003. ACTS opened its second extension school in Brooklyn Center, MN in 2004. ACTS opened its third extension school in Monrovia, Liberia in 2005. Faculty Profile Ninety percent of the school's faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees (masters and doctoral level) and 10% do not, but are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile ACTS has two administrative staff and is governed by the apostolic leader and elders of the church. Information and Library Resources Profile ACTS has a library of approximately 3,750 volumes. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 40% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 60% comes from other sources. The cost of tuition is $60 per credit for foundational level courses and $70 per credit for graduate level courses. The average full time student takes 42 credits per year. ACTS offers student work-study as financial aid assistance. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools ACTS has developed partnerships with additional schools locally and internationally. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Need: Web Development/Technology, Foundation Grant Writing, Fundraising Resource Available: Vision Development and leadership Countries: USA, Mexico, and Liberia

4/18/2007

-7-

Acts International Bible College ­ (PA)

Principal: Dr. Ashley McGuicken Dean: Christian Smucker, Jr. Website: www.actsbibleschool.com Email: [email protected]

Main Office and U.S. Campus:

5553 Meadville Rd Gap, PA 17527 USA Phone: (717) 355-0769 Fax: (717) 355-2438

South African Campus:

8 Foam Road Table View 7441 Cape Town, South Africa Phone: +27 (0) 76 740 7557 Church or Apostolic Network: Capitol Royal Dynasty Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Ashley McGuicken School Administrators: Dr. Ashley McGuicken Vision and Purpose Our ultimate purpose is to raise up and equip ministers of the gospel by giving them a basic foundation in theology and imparting to them the skills, character and anointing needed for practical ministry. Degree Programs Associate in Biblical Studies with an emphasis in ministry.

Student Profile The students come primarily from the covering apostolic network. Approximately 50% of the student body come from outside of the country. Predominantly, the ages of the students range from Teen to 35 years of age. The majority of the students are ordained after they have enrolled. After graduation, 50% enter full-time ministry, 25% enter part-time ministry and 25% do not enter into ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Apostolic Reformation Soteriology (the study of Salvation) The School of the Prophets Pneumatology (the study of Holy Spirit)

4/18/2007

-8-

Extension Education Profile The school has 2 external satellite sites. Faculty Profile Faculty holding traditional, graduate degrees: 20% Faculty recognized for practical expertise and anointing: 80% Administration Profile The school has 4 administrative staff. The classroom facilities are provided by the church and all other overhead costs are paid by the school. The school is governed by apostolic leaders and elders of the church/network. Information and Library Resources Profile Limited resources Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the budget comes from tuition with 10% coming from other sources. The average tuition cost is $100 per course, $3600 per year or $7200 per degree program. The school does offer financial aid. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools They work with a specific school that is part of their accreditation organization (ACI).

4/18/2007

-9-

Advocate Institute

4445 Crescent Road Irondale, AL 35210 Phone: (205) 957-1900 Fax: (205) 957-0024 Email: [email protected] Church or Apostolic Network: Advocate Ministries Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Bill French School Administrator: Elisa French Vision and Purpose To equip a new generation of Church leadership to effectively fulfill its call to ministry. Give opportunity for a nontraditional form of ministry training. To help "the five fold ministry" come to the fullness as God created it to be, so the body of Christ may be equipped, and function properly. Degree Programs Associates Level Certificate in General Ministry ­ 1 year General Ministry Certificate 2 year Associates Certificate in counseling, pastoral, evangelism, prophetic 3rd year level Apprenticeship (future). Most Popular Courses Introduction to Deliverance Ministry Advanced Deliverance Ministry (including internship) Introduction to Prophetic Ministry Prayer Ministry ­ Intercession Spiritual Disciplines Foreign Missions Student Profile Most of Advocate's students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students range from 20-70 years of age. The majority of students are ordained after they enter training.

Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 25% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 75% Extension Education Profile We offer courses on CD and soon to be Internet. We partner with other ministries who walk in wisdom and authority and incorporate their materials into classes. We host conference series. Faculty Profile Seventy-five percent of Advocate's faculty has traditional graduate degrees. The remaining twenty-five percent are recognized for practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 10 -

Administration Profile Currently Advocate has 2 administrative staff members and a volunteer staff. The schools facilities are provided by the Apostolic Network. Advocate Institute is governed by the Apostolic leader and the network's presbytery. Information and Library Resources Profile The Institute has a small library and predominantly offers assistance in locating resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Seventy ­five percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average cost per course is $75 and per degree is $1600. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Advocate Institute is basically starting this formal school from scratch as God leads. Advice and networking among those with similar vision is welcome.

4/18/2007

- 11 -

AGAPE Divinity School

1-9-1 Futenma Ginowan City, Okinawa 901-2202 JAPAN Phone: (011) 81-98-892-5022 Fax: (011) 81-98-892-5022 Email: [email protected] Website: www.agapejapan.org

Church or Apostolic Network: AGAPE Fellowship Ministries International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Richard E. Brown III School Administrators: Ralfiel Worthem, Administrator Raechel Miller, Administrative Assistant Vision and Purpose To equip and train hundreds and thousands of ministers and Christian leaders to be released into society for world-wide evangelism and ministry. Establishing satellite campuses and network churches globally as the Holy Spirit permits and directs. Thus, fulfilling the Apostolic mandate of Matthew 28:19, "Go...and teach all nations." Degree Programs ADS currently offers a one-year "Certificate of Ministry/Biblical Studies" program. Upon completion of the ADS one-year program, students may then matriculate into Vision International University to complete various degree programs. Student Profile Students come from various churches. The predominate age of students range from 20 - 35 years of age. Our school is designed to assist students in meeting criteria for ordination by their church or network. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60% Most Popular Courses Renewing the Mind Christian Finances Introduction to the Apostolic and Prophetic Prayer and Intercession Extension Education Profile We are currently in the process of developing our extension courses. Faculty Profile Seventy percent of Agape's faculty has graduate degrees. The remaining thirty percent do not, but they are recognized for practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 12 -

Administration Profile Currently ADS has one full-time and two part-time staff members. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and board member of the network and church. Information and Library Resources Profile The ministry currently operates a ministry resource center/bookstore.

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile One hundred percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average cost per year is $1,350.00, with no financial aid available. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Vision International University Help Needed/Networking Opportunities The strength of the body of Christ is determined by its connectivity and relationship to the whole. At ADS, we look forward to developing new relationships with other schools and apostolic leaders of like vision, faith and purpose. There is much to gain through sharing resources, insights, methodologies and encouragement.

.

4/18/2007

- 13 -

Ambassador College

2505 Old Niles Ferry Road Maryville, TN 37803 Phone: (865) 681-2300 Fax: (865) 681-2253 Email: [email protected] Website: www.acmaryville.com Church or Apostolic Network: Greater Hope International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. J. Tod Zeiger School Administrator: Dr. J. Tod Zeiger Vision or Purpose Ambassador College is dedicated to train and equip men and women by providing a deep understanding of Christian leadership. AC is equipping leaders to become a part of the New Apostolic Reformation. Degree Programs Associate degree in Christian Leadership and Biblical Studies Most Popular Courses Foundations of Church Government Understanding Purpose Interpersonal Communications Visionary Leadership Prayer and Intercession Student Profile The students from Ambassador College come from many different churches and networks. The predominant ages are between 25 and 45 years old. They are ordained after they have graduated. Upon graduation, 10 percent enter into full time ministry, 10 percent are in part-time ministry positions with 80 percent not in ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 33% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 66% Faculty Profile One hundred percent of the faculty have traditional graduate. Administrative Profile The school has an administrative staff of 3. General expenses are paid by the church.. The school is governed by an Apostolic leader and a board of regents. Library Resources Profile The school does have library resources or electronic informational resources.

4/18/2007

14

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the schools budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost is $1,600 per year. The average student takes 11 courses a year. Help Needed/Network Opportunities We are always open to leadership of the Holy Spirit in forming new network relationship

4/18/2007

- 15 -

American Bible College

Administrative Offices: 6 West High Street, Suite 504 Springfield, OH 45502 Phone: (937) 323-4897 Phone: (800) 997-4228 Email: [email protected] Web site: www.abca.cc Church or Apostolic Network: Philadelphia Ministries Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. David M. Reeves, Apostle School Administrator: Dr. David M. Reeves, Apostle Vision or Purpose To empower the lay person to do the work of the ministry. This is accomplished by teaching and the practical application of God's Holy Word. Degree Programs Certificate and Bible Studies Diplomas Associate ­ Doctorate Programs in: Theology, Ministry, Biblical Studies, Pastoral Studies Most Popular Courses Faith Systematic Theology Ministry Prep. Student Profile The students from American Bible Colleges are from different apostolic churches and apostolic networks. Approximately 5% of the student body comes from outside the country. The predominant age range of the students is 25-45 years of age. A majority of the students are ordained before enrolling in the school. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60% Faculty Profile Sixty percent of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees and 40% of the faculty are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administrative Profile The school has an administrative staff of 5. General expenses are paid by administrative schools that provide facilities. The school is governed by an independent Apostolic Board.

4/18/2007

16

Extension Education Profile American Bible Colleges offers extension courses and programs through 8 external satellite sites. Library Resources Profile The school does offer a limited library. Internet is available. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 80% of the schools budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost is $1,260 per year. Help Needed/Network Opportunities Additional curriculum resources would help greatly! We now have 6 years of courses. Looking at new courses at all times. We want to offer the best we can for our students.

4/18/2007

- 17 -

Ames Christian University

5100 South Cleveland Avenue Suite 318-214 Fort Myers, Florida 33907 Phone: (239) 994-0079 Phone: (239) 243-8558 Fax: (239) 645-4936 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ameschristian.org Church or Apostolic Network Apostolic Leader: Dr. Vince Rizzo, President School Administrator: Dr. Vince Rizzo Vision and Purpose Ames Christian is a Christian liberal arts college devoted to providing biblicallycentered instruction in the traditional liberal arts as well as ministry-oriented major

4/18/2007

- 18 -

concentration areas. Its purpose is to prepare learners to engage their times with knowledge, faith and confidence. Student Profile Most of the ministry school students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks, with approximately 20% coming from other countries. The predominant age of the student is between 35 and 45 yrs old. The majority of students are ordained after they enter training, not before. From the graduates, we see approximately 40% go into fulltime ministry, 30% part time ministry and 30% in the marketplace. Curriculum Profile Approximately 90% of the school's curriculum is devoted to theory with 10% being practice. The top five courses among the students are: * Ministry Leadership * Youth Pastor * Christian Counseling * Christian Education * Christian Doctrine Primary degrees that Ames University offers are: * Bachelor of Biblical Studies * Bachelor of Arts * Master of Education Faculty Profile Ninety percent of the school's faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees, with 10% recognized as experts and leaders because of their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile The school has four (4) administrative staff, and is primarily an online school. The school is governed by an independent board. Information and Library Resources Profile All students have access to internet-based Questia.com library. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety percent of the school's budget comes from tuition with 10% coming from other sources. The average tuition cost to the student is $300 per course; $3,000 per year; $12,000 for BCA program and $5,000 for MLA program. The average student takes 10 courses per year. At this time, Ames University does not offer any financial aid or grants.

4/18/2007

- 19 -

Beacon University

6003 Veterans Parkway Columbus, GA 31909 Phone: (706) 323-5364 Fax: (706) 323-5891 Email: [email protected] Website: www.beacon.edu Church or Apostolic Network Apostolic Leader: Dr. Ian Bond, President and CEO School Administrator: Dr. Ian Bond, Executive Vice President Vision and Purpose To prepare ministerial, educational and other Christian leaders and workers to fulfill the scriptural mission of the church. Programs Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees; diplomas and specialized certificates.

Background · 1975: God planted a dream for Christian education in the heart of Dr. Ron Cottle. Dr. Cottle envisioned a group of Bible colleges located in local churches throughout the United States of America. · 1983: The institution was incorporated as Christian Life School of Theology (CLST). · 1984: The first classes were held, Dr. Cottle being the only faculty member at that time. Gradually, other teachers joined the faculty as the demand for courses grew. · 1992: The Video Division and the Home Study Division were begun. These divisions enabled students to complete courses through the use of video tape or cassette tape instruction. · 1993 ­ Dr. Cottle founded Beacon Theological Seminary in Columbus, Georgia · 1997 ­ BTS became authorized to grant degrees by the Georgia Nonpublic Post secondary Education Commission as Beacon College. · 2000 ­ Beacon College was nationally accredited by TRACS as Beacon College and Graduate School. · 2003 ­ BCGS became Beacon University. · 2004: CLST became a part of Beacon University as the Beacon Institute of Ministry (BIM). BIM has become the world leader in church-based adult continuing religion education. · 2005: BIM has 250--learning centers in North America and centers in 22 other nations. Educational Objectives · To provide an institution of Christian education to serve primarily the local churches who are associated with the institution.

4/18/2007

20

·

·

· · ·

·

To provide a Christ-centered and Bible-oriented curriculum that recognizes the Bible as the authoritative rule of faith and conduct, and which is designed to enrich the learning experiences of the student. To provide a very practical professional orientation designed to assist the student in acquiring the characteristics and skills that will prepare them for places of leadership in the church. To provide educational excellence which encourages the student to develop the skills of research and discriminating thinking into a lifelong process. To provide a spiritual environment in which the student will have an opportunity to develop the entire person as a man or woman of God. To provide a missionary and evangelistic emphasis which will help the student to cultivate a Christ-like spirit of concern for those who do not know Christ, and a spirit of commitment to exert every effort to make Christ known to others. To instill a deep and abiding sense of the Holy Spirit's work of renewal in the church and revival in the world today.

Student Profile Admission requirement: High School diploma, GED or equivalent. BIM or BU undergraduate programs: BU graduate programs: accredited bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Curriculum Profile School of Leadership (B.A., M.A.); School of Human Services (B.A., M.A.); School of Religion (A.A., B.A., M.A., M. Div, D. Min.); Beacon Institute of Ministry (church-based continuing Bible/Ministry education). Three delivery systems: Live classroom instruction; DVD/video classroom instruction; internet. Extension Education Profile BIM ­ 250 church-based learning centers nationwide and in 22 nations BU degree programs, worldwide online delivery Faculty Profile 70% of the school's faulty have graduate and academic degrees. all are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Information and Library Resources Profile 100,000 volume library in Columbus, GA; Georgia University System Library Online (Galiles); OCLC First Search Financial Resources and Tuition Profile BU degree programs; Pell Grants, Federal Student Loans, GI Bill, scholarships for qualified students.

4/18/2007

- 21 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Elim Bible Institute, Lima, NY; Dove Christian Fellowship International, Lititz, PA; World Impact Bible Institute, Hamilton ON, Logos Christian College and Graduate Schools, Jacksonville, FL; Life College, Malaysia, SIAS International University, China; and others. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities: We are here to serve/help our fellow ACEA members. Call us!

4/18/2007

- 22 -

California New Hope University

10660 Western Avenue Stanton, CA 90680 Phone: (714) 828-5797 Fax: (714) 828-5827 Email: [email protected] Website: www.cnhu.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Vision International Network of Ministries Apostolic Leader: Dr. Stan DeKoven School Administrator: Dr. Eunice Sun Kim Vision and Purpose Educate and train Christian educators in special education and counselors, theologians at graduate level. Degree Programs M.A. in Special Education M.A. in Early Childhood Education M. Div M.A. Counseling Several Certificates / Vocational Programs Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches. Approximately 40% come from outside the country. The predominant ages of the students are between 25 ­ 45 years of age. 50% of the graduates enter full time ministry, 25% enter part time ministry and 25% do not enter into ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 75% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 25% Most Popular Courses Early Childhood Education Introduction to Christian Counseling Ministry to the Handicapped and Disabled Social Welfare Korean Theology and Church Planting Faculty Profile 100% of the faculty holds traditional degrees. Administration Profile The school has 5 administrative staff and covers its own overhead and facilities. The school is covered by an independent board.

4/18/2007 23

Information and Library Resources Profile New Hope University has a library. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 80% of the budget comes from tuition with another 20% coming from other sources. The average tuition per course is $720 with a cost of $7200 per year. The average student can take 10 courses a year. New Hope University does not offer any financial aid or grants. Relationships with Other Ministries Open ­ The school networks with Vision International University.

4/18/2007

- 24 -

Christian International Ministry

Ministry Training College School of Business & Government School of Theology PO Box 9000 Santa Rosa Beach, FL. 32459 Phone: (850) 231-2600 or (800) 388-5308 Fax: (850) 231-1485 Email: [email protected] or [email protected] Website: www.christianinternational.org Church or Apostolic Network: Christian International Apostolic Leader: Bishop Bill Hamon School Administrators: Tim Hamon, President; Bill Johnson, Vice-President Vision and Purpose To equip the students by "knowing their God, knowing their ministry, and knowing themselves." In doing so it will equip them in fulfilling their destiny. Degree Programs 1 year Certificate, 2 year Associate of Prophetic Ministries or a third year Ministerial diploma, Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate in Ministry Student Profile The majority of the student body comes from a variety of churches and apostolic networks. Most are either teen to 25 years of age or 35-45 years of age. The distance education students are adult learners, primarily middle-aged. Approximately 10% of the student body comes from outside the country Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 60% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses Pastoral Prophetic Counseling, Advanced Prophetic Training, Leadership Development, the Saints Movement, Church History Survey Extension Education Profile Develop training centers in local churches tailored to local needs. Faculty Profile Approximately 65% of faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 35% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing, and ability to impart to students.

4/18/2007

- 25 -

Administration Profile Ministry Training College has 3 administrative staff members. The school is governed by a board of apostolic elders and leaders. Information and Library Resources Profile CI has a library available for student use, which contains books, concordances, audiotapes, and magazines. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile CI's entire budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost is $150 per course and $3,000 per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Certified with WLI, partnering with Eagle Christian College Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Information not available

4/18/2007

- 26 -

Christian Leadership University

1431 Bullis Rd. Elma, NY 14059 Phone: (716) 652-6990 Fax: (716) 652-6961 Email: [email protected] Website: www.cluonline.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Communion with God Ministries Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Mark Virkler School Administrator: Mark Virkler Vision and Purpose To raise up Spirit-anointed leaders who disciple nations. Degree Programs Associate, Bachelor, Master, Doctoral degrees available in 12 areas. Educational Distinctives Hebrew, not Greek Lamad educational model--mentoring and balance between Word and Spirit. Voice of God at the center of every course--Holy Spirit centered learning & training. Leaders' paradigm for discovering truth. Many churches use our courses for their schools. Student Profile Most of CLU's students come from various churches and/or apostolic networks. Approximately 5% comes from outside the US. There are a variety of ages represented from teen to 75 and older. Approximately 50% of students are ordained before enrolling. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 66%. · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 34%. Most Popular Courses Communion with God, Fulfill Your Financial Destiny, Take charge of your Health, Cornerstones of Communication, Believer's Worship I. Faculty Profile Fifty percent of CLU's faculty has traditional graduate degrees while the other 50% is recognized for their practical experience and anointing. Administration Profile CLU has 3-5 administrative staff and is governed by the board of Communion with God Ministries.

4/18/2007

27

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 85% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 15% comes from other sources. The cost of tuition is $225 per course. Most students take 4-15 courses per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship, School of Ministry Help Needed/Networking Opportunities CLU is glad to make their 130 Lamad course syllabi available to churches, bible schools and colleges, with no ongoing tuition going back to CLU.

4/18/2007

- 28 -

College of Sonship, The

P.O. Box 894143 Honolulu, HI 96789 Phone: (888) 784-6855 xt 709 Fax: (888) 784-6855 Email: [email protected] Website: www.collegeofsonship.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Voice of the ArchAngel International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Kirk Anthony Ford School Administrator: Kirk Anthony Ford Vision and Purpose To bring many sons unto glory. Equip and educate the Body of Christ with the Spirit and life of the Word of God. Degree Programs Bachelors of Ministry Masters of Ministry Doctorate of Ministry Student Profile The majority of the students that attend the College are from different churches or networks. The predominant ages of the students are 35 ­ 45 years old. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60%. · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40%. Most Popular Courses Module I ­ Bachelors ­ God the Father Module II ­ Bachelors ­ Sonship Module III ­ Masters ­ Kingdom Commerce Faculty Profile Approximately 70% of the faculty hold traditional, graduate degrees while 30% of the faculty are recognized for their practical expertise. Administration Profile College of Sonship has 3 administrative staff. The school is self-sufficient and is governed by an apostolic leader, elders and a board. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 95% of the school's budget comes from tuition with 5% coming from other sources. The average cost per degree or diploma is $1650 to $1850. The college does offer financial aid or grants.

4/18/2007

- 29 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools The college does work with other schools Help Needed/Networking Opportunities The College need help with their website and organizational directory.

4/18/2007

- 30 -

Cornerstone Bible Institute

P.O. Box 1366 Harrisonburg, VA 22803 Phone: (540) 432-2355 Fax: (540) 432-0344 Email: [email protected] Website: www.cornerstonenet.org Church or Apostolic Network: Cornerstone Church and Ministries International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Gerald E. Martin School Administrator: Marlin W. Sharp, Administrator/Registrar Vision and Purpose The main God-given purpose of Cornerstone Bible Institute is to train and equip persons for spiritual leadership in the cell church, cross-cultural missions, and positions of influence in the business, professional, and political arenas of society. Our vision is to experience church like we read about in the New Testament. Degree Programs Associates, bachelor and master degrees are offered in Applied Ministry. Educational Distinctives CBI is a church-integrated, pastor-led training school. It is integrated with and builds on the Christian education program of the church. A pre-requisite for graduating from CBI is to complete a course of study called "The School of Leaders" conducted by the church. This is part of the hands-on training in preparation for advanced study in the Bible Institute. Student Profile Most students come from the church and apostolic network to which the ministry school belongs. The predominant ages of the students are from 18 ­ 35 years of age. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Communion with God, Counseled by God, History of the Radical Church, Christian Caregiving, Caring Evangelism, and Imparting the Anointing. Faculty Profile The faculty is made up of pastors and gifted teachers in the church. Administration Profile CBI has two administrative staff and is governed by the apostolic leader and the elders of the apostolic network.

4/18/2007

- 31 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The cost of tuition is $75.00 per course. The average student takes three to six courses per year. Fulltime students take four courses per term for a total of 12 courses per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools We desire to share resources and ministry with like-minded schools. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities We desire to partner with other schools in building the majors for the third year courses.

4/18/2007

- 32 -

Covenant Bible College and Seminary

2820 Sharer Road Tallahassee, FL 32312 Phone: (850) 562-3156 Fax: (850) 562-3867 Email: [email protected] Website: www.cbcstallahasee.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Christian Heritage Church Apostolic Leader: William C. Morris, Ph.D. School Administrator: Darlene L. Heinrich, Ph.D. Vision and Purpose Training laborers for the last days harvest. Providing a place where ministers and others can fulfill or finish their Christian education and see their dreams revealed. Degree Programs Diploma in Theology Associate Advanced Diploma Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctoral Degree Most Popular Courses Faith The Life of Christ Intro to Bible Theology Extension Education Profile Presently there are twelve other satellite teaching campuses in 7 states. Student Profile Most of the students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students are 35-45 years of age. The majority are ordained after enrolling. Faculty Profile Seventy­five percent of Covenant Bible College's faculty has traditional graduate degrees. The remaining twenty - five percent do not, but they are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The administrative staff of Covenant Bible College and Seminary consists of 4.

4/18/2007

- 33 -

Information and Library Resources Profile The school has its own library resources, plus a major college/university library available nearby. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile All of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Covenant Bible College and Seminary is in covenant with other institutions and share curriculum and resources, etc. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities The school could always use prayer and desires covenant/apostolic relationship.

4/18/2007

- 34 -

Cromwell Christian School of Ministry

1607 Cromwell Bridge road Baltimore, MD 21234 Phone: (410) 882-2217 Fax: (410) 882-7163 Email: [email protected] Website: www.rockcitychurch.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Rock City Church Apostolic Leader: Bishop Bart Pierce School Administrator: Price Roberts, Registrar Vision and Purpose A training center with the primary objective to equip the next generation of leaders and workers for the coming harvest. Degree Programs CCSM is a non-academic school of ministry. We offer one and two year diplomas, but they may not be recognized as legitimate credentialing for ministry. CCSM is solely for ministry training. Most Popular Courses Revivalist/Concepts of Revival Prayer/Intercession Extension Education Profile Three international churches affiliated with us. Currently in Ghana, Madagascar and Ukraine. Student Profile The students come primarily from within the apostolic network with twenty-five percent coming from outside the country. The predominate ages of the students range from 25 to 35 years of age. The majority of the students are ordained after they have enrolled. 30% of the graduates enter full-time ministry with 8 percent going into parttime ministry and 53% not going into a ministry position at all. Faculty Profile 25% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees with 50% are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The administrative staff of CCSM is 3, President, Registrar and Advisor. Information and Library Resources Profile CCSM has books and a resource library with computer-internet access.

4/18/2007

35

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 63% of the school's budget comes from tuition with 37% coming from other sources. The tuition cost for 1 year is $1,775 and $3515 for a 2 year program. The school does not offer financial aid or grants at this time. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools CCSM has taught videos from Wagner Leadership Institute. They have recently purchased videos from International School of Ministry, but don't plan on using their curriculum Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Generally gleaning from other schools would be helpful.

4/18/2007

- 36 -

DOVE Church Planting and Leadership School

(Dove Christian Fellowship International) 11 Toll Gate Road Lititz, PA 17543 Phone: (717) 627-1996 Fax: (717) 738-0656 Email: [email protected] Website: www.dcfi.org

Church or Apostolic Network: DOVE Christian Fellowship International Apostolic Leader: Larry Kreider School Director: Brian Sauder Vision and Purpose Our goal is to train church planters and leaders in the house-to-house strategy of relational ministry. Healthy cell groups will reproduce into new cells groups and healthy churches will reproduce into new churches. Our goal is to not just provide information but also Holy Spirit impartation to the students. We want to train students for the marketplace as well as the church world. Degree Programs Certificate of completion. Educational Distinctives Students will be: · Learning how to plant and lead cell-based house churches, community churches and mega churches. · Discovering how to be led by the Holy Spirit and the dynamics of the Spirit's work in ministry and the church. · Developing leadership skills and methods for small and large groups. · Understanding their spiritual gifts and how to discern and release the gifts of others. · Exploring how the Kingdom of God can permeate all areas of society including business, government and the arts. · Studying Scripture and basic foundations of Christian doctrine, New Testament church government, missions, church history, and theology. · Gaining an understanding of servant leadership and working with a team. · Learning the importance of networking with the body of Christ worldwide in building God's kingdom. · Discovering keys needed to minister in cross-cultural settings, including urban areas. · Strengthening practical ministry skills. · Cultivating an intimate relationship with God. · Building Godly character for a lifetime of ministry. · Discussing & processing material covered with fellow students and a ministry mentor. · Training to teach and preach in small and large groups. · Developing discernment and wisdom in personal ministry and spiritual warfare.

4/18/2007

37

Student Profile The DCFI students come from the DOVE network of churches and other churches and ministries. The predominant ages of the students are 20-35 years of age. Approximately 25% of the graduates enter full-time ministry, and 35% enter part-time ministry. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 60% · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 40% Most Popular Courses How to be Spirit-led Prophetic Ministry Apostolic Ministry Fear of the Lord/Knowing God Healthy Leadership Dynamics - Spiritual Fathering Extension Education Profile "House to House" has over 80 external satellite sites, which offer extension courses and programs. Faculty Profile Twenty percent of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees, eighty percent do not but are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Currently "House to House" has 4 administrative staff. The DCFI Apostolic Council governs the school. The school director is a member of the DCFI Apostolic Council. Information and Library Resources Profile No library maintained. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile All of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The cost is $995, plus books and application fee, for the program. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Affiliated with the Wagner Leadership Institute. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Desire to network with other Training schools and Institutes.

4/18/2007

- 38 -

Destiny Bible College

P.O. Box 7000 Greenville, SC 29606 Phone: (864) 297-1697 Fax: (864) 297-4985 Email: [email protected] Website: www.destinywo.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Destiny World Outreach Apostolic Leader: Bishop Tony Miller School Administrator: Amanda B. Conner Vision and Purpose Learn ­ teach men and women biblical knowledge Expand ­ help men and women expand and enlarge their own capacity to lead Equip ­ help equip men and women with the proper tools to be a 21st Century World Changer Send ­ help send out men and women to restore, rejuvenate3, and conquer this world for Jesus Christ Degree Programs Bachelor of Arts in Practical Theology Associate of Arts in Practical Theology Leadership Training Institute 1 year diploma Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and networks. The predominant ages of the students are 25 ­ 35 years old and 45 years and older. Curriculum Profile Approximately 30% of the curriculum is theory and 70% of the curriculum is practice. The Most Popular Courses Apostolic Reformation How to Lead a Team Spiritual Authority Know how to Discern Times and Seasons Moving in the Prophetic Extension Education Profile 5 currently Faculty Profile 75% of the faculty holds traditional graduate degrees and 25% are recognized for their expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

39

Administration Profile The school has 3 administrative staff members. The college pays its own facilities and overhead. Destiny is governed by the apostolic leader and advisory council. Information and Library Resources Profile Destiny offers online resources and helps students find other necessary resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget comes 90% from tuition and 10% from other sources. The average cost per course is $175.00. The average cost per year is $1750.00. The cost per degree or diploma program is $7000. The average student can take 10 courses a year. The college doesn't offer any financial aid, but does offer payment plans. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Destiny does not work with any other independent schools.

4/18/2007

- 40 -

Destiny Christian College

P.O. Box 703 Franklin, TN 37065 Phone: (615) 599-8358 Fax: (615) 599-4154 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Purpose International ­ 4:11 Network Apostolic Leader: Dr. Paul Crites School Administrator: Judy Brooks Crites Vision and Purpose Destiny Christian College is dedicated to train and equip men and women by providing a deep and thorough understanding of Christian Leadership and the role of the leader transforming the culture. Especially, although not exclusively, to meet the needs of leaders who have become a part of the New Apostolic Reformation. Degree Programs Associate of Christian Leadership Bachelor of Biblical Studies Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and networks. The predominant ages of the students are 25 ­ 35 years old. After graduation, 75% of the students enter full time ministry positions, 10 Curriculum Profile Approximately 30% of the curriculum is theory and 70% of the curriculum is practice. The Most Popular Courses Apostolic Reformation How to Lead a Team Spiritual Authority Know how to Discern Times and Seasons Moving in the Prophetic Extension Education Profile Five currently Faculty Profile Seventy-five percent of the faculty holds traditional graduate degrees and 25% are recognized for their expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has 3 administrative staff members. The college pays its own facilities and overhead. Destiny is governed by the apostolic leader and advisory council.

4/18/2007

- 41 -

Information and Library Resources Profile Destiny offers online resources and helps students find other necessary resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget comes 90% from tuition and 10% from other sources. The average cost per course is $175.00. The average cost per year is $1750.00. The cost per degree or diploma program is $7000. The average student can take 10 courses a year. The college doesn't offer any financial aid, but does offer payment plans. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Destiny does not work with any other independent schools.

4/18/2007

- 42 -

Destiny School of Ministry/Worship Arts Institute

28491 Utica Road Roseville, MI 48066 Phone: (586) 773-6568 Fax: (586) 773-1043 Email: [email protected] Website: www.evangel-churches.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Evangel Association of Churches and Ministries Apostolic Leader: Dr. Jerry Piscopo (overseer and founder of Evangel Association of Churches and Ministries) School Administrator: Dr. Sherill Piscopo Overview Destiny School of Ministry desires to equip and train the saints for ministry in the church and community. We are comprised of potential five-fold ministry, as well as lay people who desire to reach the world for the Kingdom of God in this hour. As well, we have several pastors on staff ready to assist in church and ministry planting. As we developed a curriculum, we wanted a well-rounded study that would provide a foundation for all types of ministry. Our target profile is to develop anyone who feels the call of God on his or her life to ministry. We develop that in the second and third year with hands on experiences, in addition to their studies. We also provide a mentoring atmosphere to monitor development and provide opportunities for relationship. Finally, we provide opportunity for the student to be licensed and credentialed, so as to provide accountability and credibility for their ministry. Vision and Purpose Our purpose at Destiny School of Ministry is to train and equip the saints as leaders and lay people. We are trying to accomplish that end through intense study in classroom settings and practical ministry experience to develop the student in the various areas. We prepare men and women of God by imparting vision, awareness of their position in Christ and accountability. We desire that students fulfill their vision by helping them to enlarge and expand themselves by educating them in knowledge, the gifts, and practical wisdom. We stress character development and integrity as vital in ministry and seek to develop students in this area. Foundational Values Strong foundation in the Word of God - know what we believe and why Prayer/Warfare/Intercession Christ-like character and integrity Develop an ear to hear the voice of God and operate in the gifts of the Spirit. Degree Programs Yr 1-3 Diploma in Ministry Yr 4 Advanced Diploma in Ministry I Yr 5 Advanced Diploma in Ministry II

4/18/2007

- 43 -

Yr 6-7 Advanced Diploma in Ministry III We do Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate through articulation agreement. Student Profile Most of Destiny's students come from the Evangel Association of Churches and Ministries and are 35-45 years of age. Most are ordained after entering training with 5% going into full-time ministry and 55% going into part-time ministry positions. Most who enter ministry are in full or part-time ministry positions and members of Evangel Association of Churches and Ministries Network. Curriculum Profile Approximately 55% of Destiny's curriculum is devoted to practice (19 of 36 courses) and 45% are devoted to theory (17 of 36). There is important focus on theory to give the student a solid foundation to build upon. Theory classes will help them learn and be teachable. Practice is equally important to prepare, train and equip students for the work of the ministry. This somewhat equal focus will produce well-rounded leaders and practitioners targeted in Destiny School of Ministry vision statement. The Most Popular Courses Training for Reigning Spiritual Gifts Extension Education Profile Presently: 23 extension schools throughout the United States. There are schools in India, Korea, and Africa ­ Uganda. Faculty Profile Fifty percent of Destiny's faculty have traditional graduate level degrees. All are recognized for practical ministry experience, anointing, and impartation. Destiny looks for instructors who are known for practical ministry experience, anointing, impartation, and teaching ability. Administration Profile Currently Destiny has two paid staff (Chief Administrative Officer and Registrar) and several volunteers. The apostolic overseer of Evangel Association of Churches and Ministries governs Destiny School of Ministry. Information and Library Resources Profile The network utilizes the church library facility for the ministry school. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. Ten percent comes from network funding. The average cost per course is $33 with the average student taking 12 courses per year.

4/18/2007

- 44 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Destiny shares information, materials, etc. with the following schools: · IMPACT! School of Ministry, San Jose, CA · Birmingham Bible Institute, Birmingham, MI · Covington Theological Seminary, Rossville, GA · Life Christian University, Florida Help Needed/Networking Opportunities How might Destiny courses and programs be transferable to other AECA schools? · Sharing instructors with other schools. · Sharing courses and curriculum with other schools. · Dealing with administrative procedures. · Transfer of credits from DSM to other schools and vice versa.

4/18/2007

- 45 -

Destiny Training Center

PO Box 2285 Oakhurst, CA. 93644 Phone: (559) 683-6774 Fax: (559) 683-4256 Email: [email protected] Website: www.destinytrainingcenter.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Christian International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Bishop Bill Hamon School Administrators: Dr. Candi MacAlpine, Senior Pastor/Prophet Vision and Purpose To experience the Father's heart and do the works the Father does so as to reveal the Father to a culture that is seeking to address their father wounds in all the wrong ways. Student Profile Destiny's students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks, as well as from other nations. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 95% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 5% Most Popular Courses City Reaching Apostolic Prophetic Power Ministries Healing Worship Faculty Profile Thirty percent of Destiny's faculty has traditional graduate degrees. The remaining seventy percent do not, but they are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Currently Destiny Training Center has 4 staff members. The school is governed by the Apostolic leader. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 100% of the school's budget comes from offerings. We are a faith based school. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Christian International and Wagner Leadership Institute

4/18/2007

46

Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Open to any help available and greatly desire to network extensively.

4/18/2007

- 47 -

Eagle Christian College

1550 Richland Road Marion, OH. 43302 Phone: (740) 725-0300 Fax: (740) 386-2205 Email: [email protected] Website: www.eaglecc.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Network of Christian Churches (Dr. John and Pat Watson, apostles; Jim and Judy Stevens, prophets); Christian International Ministry Network Chief Administrative Officers: Dr. John Watson, Founder and President; Pat Watson, Dean/Administrator; Diane Baker, Administrative Assistant Vision and Purpose For the individual, our purpose is to make Jesus famous by EQUIPPING our people to fulfill their God-given individual destiny so they can help finish the HARVEST. By doing this, we will help build a thousand strong churches that RESTORE individuals and communities to complete the harvest and preparation of Jesus' bride! Our present battle cry is YOUR GLORY JESUS! Degree Programs We have thirteen majors: Expository Bible, Helps Ministry, Evangelism Outreach, Apostles, Leadership Development, Women in Ministry, Teaching, Minstrel (including Music and Arts), Business, Prophetic Ministry, Intercession, Counseling-Discipling and Family Life, plus a common core of studies of classes each in Bible, Character, Relationships and Holy Spirit. Student Profile · Our students for the local college come equally from our church plus dozens of related churches regionally. Also, we build local colleges in many churches in many locations to equip their people. · Our local students come from this country. They are from several cultures such as Euro-American, Afro-American, Hispanic, and Oriental. We do have colleges in a few other countries like Malaysia with more to come. · Our students are from age 11 to 91 but they are primarily 25 to 45 years of age. · We have some students who are ordained before entering Eagle but 95+ % are not ordained. Our mission is to equip the whole church as a part of the body of Christ; therefore ministerial ordination only applies to less than 10% of our students. · The percentage of students who enter full time vocational ministry is less than 5%. · We have typically about 400+ part-time students each year in Marion plus 1500+ in various related colleges. Our vision is for a much larger number (locally 1000+ and eventually 1000 locations). Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 30% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 70%

4/18/2007 48

Every Nation Leadership Institute

P.O. Box 1787 Brentwood, TN 37024 Phone: (615) 371-5479 Fax: (615) 627-0304 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected] Website: www.everynation.org

Every Nation School of Campus Ministry Every Nation School of Youth Ministry Every Nation School of Pastoral Ministry and Church Planting Campus Missionary Training Institutes

Church or Apostolic Network: Every Nation Ministries Apostolic Leader: Rice Broocks School Administrator: Paul Barker, Dean, [email protected] ; Mark Mingus, North American Administrative, [email protected] Vision and Purpose Every Nation Leadership Institute embodies the training and equipping arm of Every Nation Ministries to insure that all those who function in leadership positions in the local church, campus ministries, and world missions are adequately prepared and proven in their ministry callings. In this way, ENLI is both a service to the lay and full-time ministers who enroll in its courses and the local church bodies in which they serve. ENLI is designed with the intent of preparing people for both the weight and work of the ministry by building a solid foundation of Jesus Christ and teaching each student how to build in a lasting and fruitful manner. ENLI seeks to plant a ENLI in local churches within or outside of the Every Nation family. ENLI has four emphases: Discipleship, Leadership, Local Church, Church Planting/World Missions Background Victory Leadership Institute (VLI) now Every Nation Leadership Institute (ENLI) began June of 1993 in Manila, Philippines, with a hundred and eighty students enrolled. Since then, many more students have discovered their calling and purpose in life and have been equipped for ministry through the help of ENLI. As an outreach of Every Nation Ministries, many churches and ministries have been birthed by ENLI graduates. Degree Programs Associate of Christian Ministry (two years/28 courses) Campus Ministry diploma/certificate Youth Ministry diploma/certificate Pastoral Ministry/diploma/certificate

4/18/2007

49

Student Profile Most of ENLI's students range from teenage years to 35 years of age. The majority of the students come from the church or apostolic network to which the ministry school belongs. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60% Percentage of theory devoted to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses Effective Communication The Art of Discipleship Christian Leadership Apostolic Foundations Extension Education Profile Three hundred twenty five satellite sites as of 2004. Faculty Profile Approximately 30% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. Seventy percent are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile An apostolic team governs ENLI. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of ENLI's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average cost per course is $50 and per degree or diploma program Relationships with Other Ministry Schools ENLI has three hundred twenty five satellite sites (churches or schools) that offer ENLI courses.

4/18/2007

- 50 -

Faith Christian University

210 N Bumby Avenue Orlando, FL 34711 Phone: (407) 896-6211 Fax: (407) 896-6548 Email: [email protected] Website: www.fcu.edu

Church or Apostolic Network: Bud and Faith Frederick Ministries Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. C. Faith Frederick School Administrators: Vision and Purpose To provide excellence in academics and spiritual engagement for our students. To provide hands on ministry opportunities in local church ministry applications and on the foreign field. Degree Programs Associate in Bible and Theology Bachelor and Masters in Bible and Theology, Pastoral Ministry, Christian Counseling and Missionology Doctor of Theology Doctor of Ministry Student Profile The students come primarily from different churches and apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students are 35-45 years old. The majority of students are ordained after enrolling. Approximately 17% of the graduates enter full time ministry, 71% enter part time ministry and 12% are not in ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 62.5% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 37.5% Extension Education Profile None at this time. Faculty Profile 86% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees. 14% of the faculty are without degrees but are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has 6 administrative staff. The overhead and facilities are provided. The school is governed by an advisory board.

4/18/2007

51

Information and Library Resources Profile There is an on campus library. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 90% of the school's budget comes from tuition, with 10% coming from other sources. The average tuition cost is $150 per course or $1,800 per year. The breakdown per course is: undergraduate are $150.00, graduate $200.00, and post-graduate $225. The average student takes 10 ­ 12 courses per year. The school does not offer any financial aid or grants to any students. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools They do have matriculation agreements with other schools.

4/18/2007

- 52 -

Faith Theological Seminary and Christian College

7607 Sheldon Road Tampa, FL 33615 Phone: (813) 886-8492 Fax: (813) 886-7875 Email: [email protected] Website: www.faithchristiancollege.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Faith Outreach Center Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. George W. Walters, Jr. School Administrators: Dr. George Siemer Vision and Purpose The vision of the institution has a four-fold purpose to provide: 1. A basic foundation for new Christians in the Word of God; 2. Training for service in the local church to provide support in ministry; 3. A program to prepare people for ministry to fulfill God's call; 4. Advanced studies for seasoned ministers to develop academic credentials. Degree Programs Undergraduate: Theology, Ministry, Christian Education Graduate: Theology, Ministry, Christian Education and Counseling Post ­ Graduate: same as graduate Student Profile The majority of the students come from different church and networks. Approximately 40% of the student body comes from outside the country with the majority of the students being from ages 25 to 35. The students are ordained after graduation. After graduation, 30% enter full-time ministry, 45% enter part-time ministry and 25% do not enter ministry at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 75% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice:25% Extension Education Profile There are 26 education sites listed as affiliate programs on the website. Faculty Profile 80% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees. 20% of the faculty do not hold degrees and are recognized for expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has 5 administrative staff. The school shares facilities, but pays their own way. There is an advisory council with two accreditation groups and two associations that they are involved in.

4/18/2007

- 53 -

Information and Library Resources Profile They have approximately 1,000 hard copy volumes in their library with audio/video support and online resources available. There are several courses available for students to take for learning research. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget comes 100% from the tuition of the students. The average tuition cost per course is $120.00, per year $1,200 and per degree program $1,575. The average student takes 9 courses. There are a few scholarships available for ministers, missionaries and families.

4/18/2007

- 54 -

Fountaingate Institute

PO Box 1333 Gilbert, AZ. 85299-1333 Phone: (877) 658-8388 or (480) 986-0223 Fax: (480) 986-0223 Email: [email protected] Website: www.fountaingateintl.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Dwelling Place Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Bob Beckett School Administrators: Barbara Boyd Vision and Purpose Fountaingate Institute is a prophetic school of Biblical studies and practical applications dedicated to the equipping and sending of God's people for the work of the ministry and for the sake of the Harvest. A balanced curriculum will be provided with qualified teachers who will cover foundational, Biblical studies as well as practical ministry issues. Included in the course of study will be training through hands-on ministry opportunities -- such as working with a local church in various departments, local outreaches and mission trips. Degree Programs Certificate of Completion for 9 months of studies AA in Ministry after 2nd 9 months Student Profile The majority of the student body comes from many different churches and/or apostolic networks. Most are 30-50 years of age and obtain ordination after entering training. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 50% Extension Education Profile Fountaingate has two extension centers, one in Gilbert, AZ and one in Tucson, AZ. Faculty Profile Approximately 40% of Fountaingate's faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 60% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile Fountaingate has 2 administrative staff members. An independent board along with the apostolic network governs the school. Information and Library Resources Profile At this time, the Institute offers students assistance with research. 4/18/2007 - 55 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 100% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average cost to the student is $560 per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Dwelling Place Church

4/18/2007

- 56 -

Full Gospel Restoration Bible College

PO Box 840 Corning, CA 96021 Phone: (530) 824-4750 Fax: (530) 689-1801 Email: [email protected] Website: www.fullgospelminister.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Full Gospel Restoration Ministers and Churches Apostolic Leader of the Church or Network: Bishop O.L. Tice, President of FGRBC School Administrator: Bishop O.L. Tice, President of FGRBC Vision and Purpose Full Gospel Restoration Bible College is established to prepare the "Called' to be sent forth into the Harvest. Develop a spirit of unity and accountability, without hindering the move of the Holy Spirit. Degree Programs Certificate of Ministry/Biblical Studies, Associate of Theology Degree, Bachelor of Theology Degree, Master of Theology Degree Bachelors and Masters Degrees are also available in: Ministry, Christian Counseling, Worship Ministry, Christian Arts, Missions and Evangelism, Prophetic Ministry, Youth Ministry, Biblical Studies, Divine Healing, Intercession, Christian Leadership Most Popular Courses Basic Conduct Secrets to Exceptional Living Acts of the Holy Spirit Gifts and Ministers of the Holy Spirit Student Profile The students of Full Gospel Restoration Bible College are primarily from the church or apostolic network to which the ministry school belongs. The predominant ages of the students range from 25-45 years of age. Curriculum Profile Percentage of Curriculum devoted to practice: 30% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 70% Faculty Profile 100% of the faculty is recognized for their practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

57

Administrative Profile Currently there are 2 administrative staff members. The school is governed by the apostolic network of FGRMC with Advisory Council from World Wide Ministries which uses the college to train their ministers. Information and Library Resources Profile The Bible College being 95% online uses all the resources available through the internet and all course exams and reporting are done online. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 100% of the schools budget comes from tuition revenues. The average cost to the student is $60 per course and $480 per year for the first two years. The next four years vary from $60 to $385 per course. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities The Bible College would like to network with other institutes that are training in specialized areas such as Christian education and counseling.

4/18/2007

- 58 -

Grace College of Divinity

5117 Cliffdale Road Fayetteville, NC 28314 Phone: (910) 867-6116 Fax: (910-867-1737 Email: [email protected] Church or Apostolic Network: Grace Churches International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Pastor Michael Fletcher School Administrator: Dr. Steven Crowther Vision and Purpose: Our vision is to equip God's people to change the World. We seek to provide the integration of biblical, historical, and practical theology with true spirituality; so that students will be equipped for effective, Spirit-filled ministry wherever their call or location. Degree Programs: Associate Degree of Divinity Bachelor Degree of Divinity Student Profile The students come mainly from the church or apostolic network which the ministry school belongs. They range in ages from teen to 35 years old. The majority of the students become ordained after they enroll and 100% of the graduates go on to fulltime ministry. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Theology I and II Kingdom of God School Worship Program Vocation of Ministry Faculty Profile 50% of the faculty hold traditional degrees and 50% of the faculty are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has 3 administrative staff. The facilities and overhead are provided by the local church and the apostolic network. The college is governed by an independent board. Extensions: Grace College has 2 extensions.

4/18/2007

59

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 50% of the budget comes from tuition and 50% from other sources. The average tuition cost to students is $150 per course. The average student takes 3 courses a year. The school does not offer any financial aid or grants, but it is applying for VA benefits. Information and Library Resources Profile: The school offers assistance to the students. However, we will begin building our library during the summer of 2005. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Carolina Bible College

4/18/2007

- 60 -

Grace Training Center's School of Ministry

1141 Heatherstone Dr. Fredericksburg, VA 22407 Phone: (540)785-2273 Fax: (540)785-6068 Email: [email protected] Website: www.gracechurchoffredericksburg.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Grace Church of Fredericksburg Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Ernest Custalow School Administrator: Wayne Wilson Vision and Purpose Grace Training Center exists to train men and women to advance God's Kingdom by helping them grow in a deepening relationship with God (Matthew 22:37, 38) and assisting them in transferring what they have learned to others (2 Timothy 2:2). Degree Programs One year certificate in Christian Living Two year certificate in Christian Leadership Student Profile The students of GTC come primarily from the church or apostolic network to which the ministry belongs. The predominant age of the students in the school is 25-35 years of age. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 70% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 30% Most Popular Courses Apologetics Perspectives on the World Christian Movement New Testament Survey Christian Theology 1, 2, 3 Faculty Profile Approximately 20% of the faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and the remaining 80% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile GTC has 1 administrative staff member. The school is governed by the Elders of the Church to which the school belongs. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget derives from 5% of the school's tuition revenues and the remaining 95% from other sources. 4/18/2007 - 61 -

Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Would like suggestions on how to train 5-fold ministry equippers.

4/18/2007

- 62 -

Horizon College of Ministry

602 Valley Street Seattle, WA 98109 Phone: (206) 282-9265 Email: [email protected] Website: www.horizoncollege.us Church or Apostolic Network: Horizon Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Doug Heck, Chancellor School Administrator: Jeremy Holmes, Dean Vision and Purpose Our goal is to raise up a last days army who understand their position and destiny in Christ. These transformed men and women are then sprinkled throughout the globe as salt of the earth to spread revival fires across the nations. Degree Programs One year certificate Associates of Practical Ministry Bachelors of Practical Ministry Student Profile The students come primarily from the church or apostolic network that the school belongs to. The predominate ages of the students are teen to 25 years of age

Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 66% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 34% Most Popular Courses Apostolic Leadership Cleansing the Land History of Divine Healing Prophecy in Practice Internship Program Administration Profile Horizon has 2 administrative staff. The facilities and overhead are covered by the church. The salaries and dorms are paid for by the school. The school is governed by an independent board which is the legal board for the non profit the school is under. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget derives 90% of its budget from tuition and 10% from other sources. The average tuition per course is $250 and per year is $2700. The average student can take up to 12 courses a year. The school does offer financial aid and/or grants.

4/18/2007

63

Horizon School of Discipleship

5299 Co. Road 565 Hanceville, AL 35077 Phone: (256) 352-4620 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: House of Prayer, Inc Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: T. Randy Booth School Administrator: T. Randy Booth Vision and Purpose To equip the saints for the work of the ministry. HSD will focus on planting house churches. Degree Programs, Church Planting, Discipleship. Student Profile The students of HSD come from many different churches and apostolic networks with the predominant ages of the students ranging from the teens -45 years of age. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80% Most Popular Courses Discipleship with the Family Successful Leadership Biblical Praise and Worship Your Kingdom Come Leader as a Shepherd Faculty Profile Approximately 100% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile HSD has 2 administrative staff members. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and an elder of the church to which the school belongs. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget derives from 90% of the school's tuition revenues and 10% from other sources. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Would like guidance for HSD.

4/18/2007

64

Impact! School of Ministry

5883 Eden Park Place San Jose, CA 95138 Phone: (408) 281-7900 Fax: (408) 281-7912 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Gateway City Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Emanuele Cannistraci, David Cannistraci School Administrator: Gary Avila Vision 1. 2. 3. 4. and Purpose To establish the believer in the faith of God and His word. Strengthen the believer for daily victorious Christian living. Equip the believer for anointed service in the church or field. Release the believer for effective ministry

Degree Programs Two year bible/ministry training diploma. Student Profile The students come primarily from the church or apostolic network that the school belongs to. Predominantly, 40% of the students are from the ages of 25 to 35, 25% are teens through 25 years old, 20% are the ages of 35 to 45 years old and 15% are 45 years old and older. The majority of the students are ordained after they've enrolled. Approximately 15% of the students enter full-time ministry, with 30% entering part time ministry positions and 55% will not go into ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 60% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses God's Will for Your Life God's Word and Your Finances Foundation for Faith ­ Hebrews 6:12 study Discovering your Spiritual Gifts Faculty Profile Approximately 80% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Approximately 20% of the faculty hold traditional graduate degrees.

4/18/2007

- 65 -

Administration Profile Impact has 2 administrative staff. The facilities and overhead are covered by the church. The school is governed by the Apostolic Leaders. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget derives 100% of its budget from tuition. The average tuition cost to the students is $900 per year. The average student takes 12 courses a year. Impact does offer financial aid or grants to the students. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Impact! Has opened one extension school and is starting to share individual courses via DVD.

4/18/2007

- 66 -

International Institute of Church Management

27 Bharathwajar Street E. Tambaram, Chennai 600.059

USA address:

Dr. John Williams 26 Regal Walk Staten Island, NY 10303 Phone: (718) 477-9663 Email: [email protected] Website: www.iicmweb.org www.geocities.com/ministriesjw Church or Apostolic Network: International Faith Christian Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. John Williams School Administrator: Dr. Thomas Edmunds, Executive Director of Academics Vision and Purpose To train national workers to be more effective in their ministry. To provide continuing education to pastors and evangelists. To give management and leadership training. Degree Programs Bachelors, Master and Doctorate of Ministry. Doctor of Divinity. Student Profile The students of IICM come from many different churches and apostolic networks, with 10% coming from outside the country. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 70% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 30% Most Popular Courses Church Management, Ministry Ethics Anointing, Spiritual Growth Discipleship Extension Education Profile IICM currently has 10 external satellite sites Faculty Profile Approximately 95% of the faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and the remaining percentage are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students.

4/18/2007

67

Administration Profile IICM has 20 administrative staff members. There is an independent board, headed by the apostolic leader, which governs the school. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget derives from 100% of the school's tuition revenues. Relationships with other Ministry Schools Christian Leadership University, New York Several Bible Colleges in different countries Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Would like to network and affiliate with Bible Schools in the USA.

4/18/2007

- 68 -

International Seminary and Training Center of Leadership

Moosbrunnenstr 11 8426 Lufingen Switzerland Phone: (001) 41-1-813-51-83 Fax: (001) 41-1-813-51-79 Email: [email protected] Website: www.istl.net

Church or Apostolic Network: Newlife International (Swiss Organization) Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Heinz W. Strupler School Administrator: Stefan von Rueti Vision and Purpose To train pioneers, apostles, church planters and evangelists. Student Profile Most of the school's students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks with approximately 15% from other countries. The predominant age of our students is between 25 and 35 years old. The majority of the student base become ordained after enrolling will 50% going into fulltime ministry, 25% into part-time ministry and 25% in the marketplace. Curriculum Profile Percentage of school's curriculum theory: Percentage of school's curriculum practice: Most Popular Courses Leadership Deliverance/Healing Book of Acts Survey OT/NT Islam Primary Degrees BA in Leadership BA in Ministry BA in Evangelization We have one external satellite site that offers extension courses. Faculty Profile Sixty percent of the faculty have traditional graduate degrees and 40% have been recognized for practical expertise and anointing. The average compensation paid to faculty members per course is CHF 300.00 per teaching day plus expenses.

60% 40%

4/18/2007

69

Administration Profile Two part-time administrative staff. ISTL is renting facilities from a local church. We are five pastors, church planters, including me, Heinz Strupler, as an apostolic leader. Information and Library Resources Profile We have electronic info resources available to each student. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Seventy-Five percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues with the balance from other resources. The average tuition cost to the student is CHF 3900.00 per year. Per degree or diploma program is CHF 11'700.00. The average student takes 14 courses per year. ISTL does offer financial to students. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools AMS (Arts Ministry School) in Switzerland and ICW in Kenya. Help Need or Networking Opportunities ISTL is bilingual (German/English). We need English-speaking teachers and like-minded schools and churches. We offer to host English-speaking students from other schools for a few months.

4/18/2007

- 70 -

Jubilee Training Institute

PO Box 36-044 Wellington 6330 New Zealand Phone: 64-4-939-1910 Fax: 64-4-939-1911 Email: [email protected] Website: www.jubileetraininginstitute.org Church or Apostolic Network: Jubilee Resources International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Selwyn Stevens School Administrators: Kathleen Froggatt Vision and Purpose Jubilee Training Institute provides quality academic and Bible-based Christian Education in Counseling and Practical Ministry, ensuring personal development, skills, anointing, knowledge, experience and accountability for students and those they minister with in the present and the future. Most Popular Courses Diploma in Christian Counseling and Pastoral Care International Diploma in Practical Ministry Certificate in Pastoral Care Certificate in New Testament Studies Student Profile The students of Jubilee Training institute students are from different churches and apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students start 25 years of age and older. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 33% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 66%

Faculty Profile Eighty percent of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. The remaining staff members are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Currently there are 3 administrative staff members. The school is governed by an Independent Board and Advisory Board.

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 4/18/2007 - 71 -

Approximately 99% of the schools budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost is $2000, per diploma. Relationships with other Ministry Schools This is currently developing. JTI has about 20 denominations participating so far. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities We are investigating the option to offer courses run by other members of ACEA and JTI courses will be run by other likeminded institutions in Australia, Canada and Zambia. This may grow. JTI is a member of Vision Network of New Zealand which in turn is a member of the World Evangelical Alliance.

4/18/2007

- 72 -

Kingdom Advance Schools

3434 North 6th Street Abilene, TX. 79603 Phone: (325) 672-6151 Fax: (325) 672-6156 Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Fountain Gate Fellowship Summit Ministries International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Jackie White School Administrator: Dana Mayhall Staff Administrator: Tifany Robinson, [email protected] Vision and Purpose The purpose of Kingdom Advance School of Ministry is to raise and train leaders to plant and lead Apostolically-connected cell churches and/or to be marketplace ministers. Degree Programs Associate of Practical Ministry Most Popular Courses Introduction to the Kingdom of God Introduction to the Prophetic Inner Healing and Deliverance (includes Theophostic training) Student Profile The students of KAS are from apostolic network to which the ministry school belongs. The predominant ages of the students start 25 years of age ­ 40 years of age. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Faculty Profile Sixty percent of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. The remaining staff members are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Currently there are 2 administrative staff members. The school is governed by the church eldership, with input from the apostolic network. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the schools budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost is $300, per semester.

4/18/2007

73

Kingdom Embassy University (formerly Everlasting Life Bible & Prophetic Inst)

7107 S. Yale Ave., Suite 225 Tulsa, OK 74136 Phone: (918) 446-5542 Fax: (918) 447-0964 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.kingdomembassyu.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Interconnect New Creation Worship Assembly Apostolic Leader: Dr. Paula A. Price School Administrator: Tala Price Vision and Purpose Uniform Christian ministry education specializing in five fold ministry, emphasizing apostolic and prophetic education. Degree Programs Christian Ministry Education, Apostolic, Prophetic, Five Fold Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and/or apostolic networks. 2 percent of the student body are from outside the country. The ages of the students range from 25 ­ 45 years of age and older. The majority of the students are ordained after they have been enrolled. Approximately 60% of the students enter part-time ministry with the other 40% going into full-time ministry. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Percentage of theory devoted to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Divine Communications Door to the Prophetic Meet the Holy Spirit Apostolic Module Extension Education Profile The school has 2 satellite sites. Faculty Profile Approximately 10% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. 90% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. The average compensation paid to faculty members per course is mainly a stipend. Administration Profile The school has 4 administrative staff members, provides its own facilities and is governed by an independent board. 4/18/2007 - 74 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 40% of the budget comes from tuition with 60% coming from other sources. The average tuition per course is $360, $1250 per year and $23-$2600 per degree program. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools The school currently does not share resources or works with any other ministry schools. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Connections, outlets for expansion, collaboration and interaction with others, curriculum and program exchange.

4/18/2007

- 75 -

Lifestream School of Ministry

124 Drew Avenue Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: (407) 562-8000 Phone: (407) 688-9199 Fax: (407) 330-3523 Email: [email protected] Website: www.lifestreamministries.org Church or Apostolic Network: Non-denominational Apostolic Founder of Church or Network: Dr. Pazaria Smith School Administrator: Dr. Pazaria Smith Vision and Purpose To minister the Word of God to the lost . . . sick, shut-in, disabled and elderly; widows and orphans, according to James 1:7; to be a loadstone to the community; to mold and model moral and righteous values; extend opportunity . . . (see www.lifestreamministries.org) Student Profile Most of our students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks, with approximately 30% coming from other countries. The predominant age of our student is teen-25 years old. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling. Upon graduation, 65% go into fulltime ministry, 25% part-time ministry, and 10% in the marketplace. Curriculum Profile Percentage of school's curriculum devoted to theory: Percentage of school's curriculum devoted to practice: The top five courses among our students are: * Inductive Approach to Studying the Bible * Israel My Beloved * Christian Dating and Relationship * The Doctrinal Studies * Facts About Life After Death The primary degree programs Lifestream offers: * Associate of Arts * Bachelor of Arts * Master of Science * ThD; PhD; DD * Diploma/certificate with ordination and/or license (ministry offices) Extension Education Profile None presently.

40% 60%

4/18/2007

- 76 -

Faculty Profile Eighty-Five percent of our school's faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees with 15% recognized for practical expertise and anointing. The average compensation paid to faculty members per course is $1,200.00 Administration Profile Lifestream has five administrative staff, with the overhead paid by the church we are networked with. The school is governed by the apostolic leader, elders and administrator/directors of the network. Information and Library Resources Profile The school has media/library resources and electronic information. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Seventy-five percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 25% from other sources. The average tuition cost to the student is $191.83 per course; $2,892.42 per year; $4,051.40 per degree or diploma program. The average student takes four to five courses per year. Lifestream does not offer any financial aid or grants to students at this time. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools None locally; Christianity Today; Calvin Theological Seminary; Westminister; WCM Ministries; Center for Moral Clarity; International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. We need references for networking; commonality in curriculum; ways and means (not government) innovative methodology/strategies for thesis/practicums, and best practices for distant learning; etc.

4/18/2007

- 77 -

Living Faith Fellowship College of Ministry Training

1035 SW. Grand Avenue Pullman, WA 99163-2146 Phone: (509) 332-3545 Fax: (509) 332-5433 Email: [email protected] Website: www.lffmtc.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Living Faith Fellowship Ministry Training Center Apostolic Founder of Church or Network: Dr. Karl A. Barden, Philip J. Vance, President School Director: Tom Weaver/John C. Dieker Vision and Purpose To provide a broad spectrum of biblically-based training for excellence in service to God and man. Degree Programs Associate Biblical Studies, Bachelor Biblical Studies, Master of Biblical Studies, Master of Pastoral Ministry, Master Missiology, Master of Worship and Arts Diploma Programs Associate of Practical Ministry Bachelor of Practical Ministry Master of Practical Ministry Foundational Values · Close, vital, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ · Understanding/experience of doctrines and sacraments · Understanding/experience of Holy Spirit's power · Understanding/practice of Spiritual gifts and ministry · Internalization of God's word · Practice of the mission of evangelism Student Profile Ideal Graduate Profile: · Ability to think Christianly and apply the Bible to all life situations · Balanced judgment, breadth of perspective, creative thinking, effective communication · Godly, covenantal Christian relationships · Fruit of the Spirit, especially love and self-control · Skill in the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit The majority of students fall into the 19-25 age category. Approximately 26% of the graduates enter full-time ministry positions after graduation and 68% enter part-time ministry positions.

4/18/2007

- 78 -

Curriculum Profile Undergraduate The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 80%. The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 20%. Graduate The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 50%. The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 50%. Educational Distinction "Second Major Program" ­ complementary Bible College education concurrent with degrees being earned at nearby state universities. Transferable liberal arts credits available through standardized (CLEP) tests. Most Popular Courses TH310 Christian Doctrines I: "Carpenter Series" TH302 Survey of the Bible and Christianity: "Catechism I" PS301 Introductory Biblical Psychology: "Maturity in Relationships: Reaction or Response" MI320 Evangelism I: "Personal Evangelism" Faculty Profile Eighty-seven percent of the faculty holds traditional graduate-level degrees. Faculty members are placed according to character, skill and ability regardless of their terminal degree. Administration Profile CMT has 3 administrative staff. Living Faith Fellowship covers the facilities and overhead of the school. The leaders and elders of the church govern CMT. Information and Library Resources Profile CMT currently has a library of an approximate 8,000 holdings. Nearby Universities hold over 40,000 volumes in the area of religion/theology/Christianity. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 55% of CMT's budget comes from tuition and 45% from other sources. The average course costs $150, plus administration fees. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Unaccredited. CMT is a state-recognized, religious-exempt, degree-granting institution. CMT is a founding member of the ACEA.

4/18/2007

- 79 -

Logos Christian College & Graduate Schools

9000 Regency Square Blvd Jacksonville, FL. 32211 Phone: (904) 745-3311 Fax: (904) 743-8866 Email: [email protected] Website: www.logos.edu

Church or Apostolic Network: Logos Global Network Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Chuck Travis, President School Administrators: Chuck Travis Accreditation: American Federation of Christian Colleges and Schools, authorized to grant degrees by the Florida State Commission for Independent Education, ACEA, IABCS. Vision and Purpose To create a delivery system for competency based education for the Christian church and parachurch ministers to not only be equipped themselves but also to equip those to whom they are called. Educational Distinctives LOGOS is a non-traditional educational delivery system providing multi-track training for 21st century Christian service that is committed to the time honored traditions of Biblical orthodoxy, yet "tuned to the times" in order to make relevant application of these eternal principles. The LOGOS concept is the standard for future training in the field of higher education for ministry preparation. Degree Programs Certificate of Biblical Studies, Associate of Biblical Studies, Bachelor of Biblical Studies, Master of Theological Studies, Master of Theology, Master of Divinity, Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Theology, Arts degree available with General Education requirement. Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 25-45 and beyond. Approximately 65% of the students are ordained before they enroll and 35% are ordained after they enroll. Approximately 75% of the graduates enter full-time ministry positions after graduation. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 50%. The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 50%. Most Popular Courses Biblical Studies Christian Counseling Christian Education

4/18/2007 80

Theology Extension Education Profile Logos has about 75 satellite extensions. Faculty Profile Approximately 98% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. Administration Profile Logos has 10 administrative staff and is governed by an independent board of trustees. Information and Library Resources Profile Logos has a library plus electronic information and they also assist the student in finding resources necessary for their studies. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety-five percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. Tuition costs are $225 per course, averaging about $2,250 per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Logos shares resources with affiliated schools through Logos Education Network. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Logos provides exposure to its students to a variety of networks and ministry organizations. This gives the students open doors of opportunity.

4/18/2007

- 81 -

Ministry Matrix, Inc.

12146 Millford Lane N Jacksonville, FL 32246 Phone: (904)463-0196 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Ministry Matrix, Inc. Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Don Lynch School Administrators: Dr. Don Lynch Secretary/Treasurer: Ruthanne Lynch Vision and Purpose An apostolic network of training institutions in Brazil and other nations that will allow students to earn ministry training degrees with practical ministry experience much as Wagner Leadership Institute. Degree Programs Currently, the school offers associate degrees, but desires to eventually have a full degree program. Student Profile Students come from many different churches and apostolic networks with students in their 20s and 30s. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 60% The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses Transformations Ministries, Ministry of Jesus and Worship Extension Education Profile At present, only 3, but plan for satellite communications with more than one thousand. Faculty Profile Traditional, graduate degrees among faculty: 25% Faculty recognized for practical expertise and anointing: 75% Administration Profile The school currently has 2 administrative staff. It provides for all its own overhead. The school is governed by a network of leaders. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 75% of the schools funding comes from tuition with the other 25% coming from other sources. The tuition per course is $50 and per year is $500. The

4/18/2007

82

average student can take 7 courses a year. The school does offer financial aid and grants to students. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools We are a network of schools Help Needed/Networking Opportunities They wish to work closely with the Wagners and ACEA members both in Brazil and other nations for mutual benefit and ministry placement of graduates.

4/18/2007

- 83 -

Mid-Michigan Bible Institute

804 S. Hamilton St Saginaw, MI 48602 Phone: (989) 498-2000 Fax: (989) 249-8890 Website: www.mmbi.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Private, non-denominational 501(c)(3) Bible Institute governed by a Board of Directors. They are not a church or network. Apostolic Leader: Dr. Donald Dinninger, President School Administrators: Dr.Donald Dinninger, President Rev. Ginny Defoe, Academic Dean, Shelley Smith, Registrar/Administrative Assistant Vision and Purpose Mid-Michigan Bible Institute exists for the purpose of preparing and equipping students for ministry and service. The institute has developed curricular programs for the following purposes: Church related vocations, Lay or a vocational ministries and preparatory courses in view of more advanced studies. Degree Programs Certificate in Christian Service Diploma in Ministerial Studies Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 35-45 and the majority of the student body come from many different churches. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 41%. The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 59%. Most Popular Courses Anointed Preaching, Prayer, Intercession, Spiritual Warfare, Hermeneutics The Life and Teachings of Paul Faculty Profile Approximately 30% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees and 70% of the faculty are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Mid-Michigan Bible Institute has 3 administrative staff and is governed by an independent Board. Information and Library Resources Profile

4/18/2007

- 84 -

The school offers students assistance in finding and using library resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Eighty-three percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues while the remaining 17% comes from other sources. Tuition costs are $105 per course, averaging about $735 per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Mid-Michigan Bible Institute has transferability agreement with Christ for the Nations, Brownsville Revival School of Ministry and Christian Leadership University.

4/18/2007

- 85 -

Mount Olive Bible College

P.O. Box 647 Hawthorne, CA 90251 Phone: (310) 644-7865 Phone: (310) 364-1515 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Leader: Rev. Tiffany Williams School Administrator: Nicolas Colon, Jr Vision and Purpose Mount Olive Bible College is dedicated to the preparation of men and women for the manifold ministries of Christ and His church. Student Profile Our students come from many different churches and networks with approximately 1% from other countries. The predominant age of our students is teen to 25 years old. Majority of the students are ordained after enrolling, with 50% going into fulltime ministry and 50% in part-time ministry. Curriculum Profile Curriculum devoted to theory: Curriculum devoted to practice:

80% 20%

The top five courses among the students: * Homiletic I, II * Christian Ethic I, II * The Holy Spirit * Apologetics * Kenosis The primary degree programs we offer: * Bachelor of Christian Education * Bachelor of Theology * Bachelor of Divinity * Master of Divinity * Master of Theology Extension Education Profile We have two external satellite sites that we offer extension courses and programs. Faculty Profile Eighty percent of the schools' faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 20% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. The average compensation paid to faculty members per course is $500.

4/18/2007

- 86 -

Administration Profile There are two administrative staff and we pay our own overhead. The school is governed by an independent board. Information and Library Resources Profile We offer assistance for resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues with 10% coming from other sources. The average tuition cost to the student is $2500 per year for an average of 4 courses per year. At this time there is no financial aid or grants available. Relationships with other Ministry Schools The school shares resources and works with Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College, Transworld Accrediting Commission. Help Needed or Networking Opportunities Listing in any ACEA publication.

4/18/2007

- 87 -

Northwestern Theological Seminary and Christian University

4686 So-Hi Boulevard Golden Valley, AZ 86413 Phone: (727) 494-1504 Fax: (727) 494-1513 Website: www.northwesternseminary.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Dr. Howard M. Sarkela Apostolic Leader: Dr. Howard M. Sarkela School Administrators: Dr. Samuel Galloza Vision and Purpose Compliance with our mandate as set forth by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in the Great Commission. We provide Education and Ministry focused on Discipleship. Degree Programs Bachelor of Theology in numerous fields. Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and networks. Approximately 20% are located outside of the United States. 80% are ordained ministers and pastors over the age of 40. Furthermore, 76% of students enroll for graduate level seminary education. Approximately 70% of the graduates enter full time positions; 25% enter part-time positions and the remaining 5% are not in ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 100% The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 0% Most Popular Courses Master of Divinity program Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies program Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Education Faculty Profile 20% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees with the remaining 80% recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile Currently the school staffs 2 administrative staff. The over head and facilities are provided at the expense of the Ministry. The school is governed by the Ministries Board of Directors. Information and Library Resources Profile The seminary offers an online virtual library located at www.ntslibrary.com

4/18/2007

- 88 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget comes 80% from tuition and 20% from other sources. The average student can take 8 courses totaling 32 subjects in addition to custom learning modules. Scholarships and financial assistance is available.

4/18/2007

- 89 -

Paul - Timothy School of Ministry

1850 McMullen Booth Road Clearwater, FL 33759 Phone: (727) 799-1618, xt819 Fax: (727) 725-1787 Email: [email protected] Website: www.countrysidechristiancenter.org Church or Apostolic Network: Countryside Christian Center Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. John A. Lloyd School Administrators: Dr. Randal S. Langley Vision and Purpose To train, equip and place men and women for the 5-fold ministries of apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor and teacher. Degree Programs 2 year program culminates in a "Graduate Diploma of Theology" from Beacon University; and a certificate of completion from Paul-Timothy School of Ministry. Student Profile The predominate ages of the students are 25-45 years of age. 2% of the school's student body comes from outside the United States. The majority of the students come from different churches and/or apostolic networks. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 50% The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 50% Most Popular Courses Spiritual Authority - Dr. John A. Lloyd Training for Reigning ­ Dr. Ronald E. Cottle Dynamics of Effective Communication ­ Dr. Randal S. Langley History of Christianity ­ Dr. Stephen Mansfield Church Planting and Growth Faculty Profile Approximately 75% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees with 25% of the faculty recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has 7 administrative staff. Information and Library Resources Profile A combination of library resources and electronic resources are made available to the students.

4/18/2007

- 90 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the budget comes from tuition with 10% coming from outside sources.

4/18/2007

- 91 -

Pillsbury College and Seminary

3426 Bridgeland Drive Bridgeton, MO. 63044 Phone: (314) 739-1121 Fax: (314) 739-0848 Email: [email protected] Website: www.pillsburycs.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Certified Academic Institution of National Christian Counselors Association Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Richard Arno School Administrators: Dr. Curt Scarborough Vision and Purpose Pillsbury College and Seminary functions primarily as a non-traditional distance-learning school for mature, self-motivated pastors, counselors, and other Christian ministers, allowing them to earn an affordable and convenient degree from a reputable institution with majors in Biblical Counseling and Christian Theology. The Pillsbury College and Seminary seeks to continue the Spirit-anointed, fruit-bearing ministries of Jesus Christ by providing a school focused on equipping God-called men and women: (1) to apply Biblical principles to the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social problems of persons living in their fields of service, and (2) to activate spiritual concepts into positive lifeskills, fitting Christians for successful everyday living. Degree Programs Master of Ministry, Doctor of Ministry Master of in Christian Counseling Psychology, Doctor of Christian Counseling Psychology Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 45 and older. Approximately 90% of the graduates enter full-time ministry positions after graduation. Curriculum Profile The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory is 25%. The percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice is 75%. Most Popular Courses Biblical Counseling, Christian Psychology, Christian Theology Faculty Profile Approximately 100% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees. Administration Profile PC&S has 4 administrative staff and is governed by the Freeway Foundation Board.

4/18/2007

92

Information and Library Resources Profile PC&S has on on-site library and Questia library (on-line) Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Seventy-five percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. Tuition costs are $270 per course, averaging about $2,700 per year. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Pillsbury College & Seminary is in relationship with twelve other Certified Academic Institutions of National Christian Counselors Association Schools .

4/18/2007

- 93 -

Pioneer Christian College of Leadership

1067 Treeline Drive Allentown, PA 18103 Phone: (610) 398-3792 Fax: (610) 398-3792 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Pioneer Christian Fellowship Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Philip Yang School Administrators: Philip Yang Vision and Purpose To develop leaders for family, church and society in a most effective way. Degree Programs Diploma of Practical Ministry Diploma of Advanced Practical Ministry Master Degree of Practical Ministry Student Profile The majority of the students come from many different churches and/or apostolic networks with 50% of the students coming from outside the country where the school is located. Predominately, the ages of the students range from 25 to 45 years of age. The majority of the students are ordained after enrolling. 90% of the graduates go into part-time ministry positions with 10% not in ministry positions. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60%. Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40%. Most Popular Courses Work View of God, Basic Expository Preaching and Church History Extension Education Profile Pioneer Christian College has campuses in Philadelphia, New York and Taipei, Taiwan Faculty Profile 100% of the faculty have traditional graduate degrees. Administration Profile Pioneer Christian College has 3 administrative staff. The facilities and overhead are provided by the apostolic network that the school belongs to. The school is governed by the apostolic leader. Information and Library Resources Profile Pioneer Christian College offers assistance to its students in finding resources.

4/18/2007 94

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 90% of the budget comes from other sources with 10% being supplied by tuition. The average tuition cost to the students is $180 per course, $540 per year and $720 per degree program. However, only students working for a Master's degree pays tuition. On average, the average student takes 12 courses a year. The college does provide financial aid or grants to their students

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Pioneer Christian College does work and share resources with other ministry schools. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Help is needed in fellowshipping with other schools.

4/18/2007

- 95 -

Portland Bible College

9150 NE Fremont Portland, OR 97220 Phone: (503) 255-3540 Fax: (503) 257-2209 Email: [email protected] Church or Apostolic Network: City Bible Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Frank Damazio, President School Administrators: Ken Malmin, Dean Vision and Purpose PBC is a church-college dedicated to raising up committed disciples into dynamic leaders in the church, by the church, for the church. Degree Programs Student Profile Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: Most Popular Courses Extension Education Profile Faculty Profile Administration Profile Information and Library Resources Profile Financial Resources and Tuition Profile

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools . Help Needed/Networking Opportunities

4/18/2007

- 96 -

Prepare International Schools of Ministry

P. O. Box 53729 Lubbock, TX 79453 Phone: (806) 687-9177 Email: [email protected] Website: www.prepareinternational.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Summit Ministries International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Jackie White, Alan Vincent School Administrators: Randy Boyd, Executive Director Drew Brown, Operations Director Vision and Purpose Prepare International exists to provide educational tools for leaders of Europe for the purpose of training the next generation of Leaders. We do this by providing the framework and coursework for establishing ministry training schools. Degree Programs Equivalent of an Associates Degree with credit transferable to Mattersey Hall (part of University of Wales.) Programs: ministry, missions, church planting Student Profile Ministry school students come from many different churches and apostolic networks. Approximately 10% of the student body comes from outside the country. The predominant ages of the students are 25-35 years of age. Approximately 20% of the students enter full time ministry after graduating, 50% enter part time ministry and 30% do not enter ministry positions. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 40% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 60% Most Popular Courses Kingdom of God/Faith Listening to the Voice of God Deliverance and Inner Healing Practical Life of the Pastor/Minister Extension Education Profile All the schools are "satellite sites". Prague, Brno, Bratislava, Puchov, Graz, and Vienna so far. Faculty Profile 40% of the faculty hold traditional graduate degrees. 60% of the faculty are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 97 -

Administration Profile The school currently has 3 administrative staff. The overhead and logistics are paid by "participating" networks in respective countries. The school is governed by an independent board. Information and Library Resources Profile Internet library/course readings from our website. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 15% of the schools budget comes from tuition with 85% coming from outside sources. The average tuition cost per course is $75.00, per y ear is $600.00 and per degree is $1500. The school has no financial aid or grants, although participating nations may offer scholarships. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Kingdom Advance School of Ministry San Antonio Apostolic Prayer Center Help Needed/Networking Opportunities We are looking for gifted teachers who are willing to travel on occasion and teach a course in our European schools.

4/18/2007

- 98 -

PureSpring Institute

P. O. Box 255035 Boston, MA 02125 Phone: (617) 792-1174 Fax: (866) 838-0347 Email: [email protected] Website: www.purespringinstitute.org Church or Apostolic Network: PureSpring International Ministries Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Rev. Ronald Verna School Administrator: Rev. Kathleen Verna Vision and Purpose PureSpring Institute is a Boston-based mission training network, equipping five-fold ministry leaders for the task of Kingdom engagement. Through Spirit-empowered, biblically-based teaching, our goal is to activate Kingdom leadership capacity into every arena of society. Student Profile Most of the students come from different churches with less than 1% from other countries. Our students predominant age is 35 to 45+. The majority of the students are ordained after they enter training, with 25% going into fulltime ministry, 35% in part-time ministry and 40% in the marketplace. Curriculum Profile Curriculum devoted to theory: 60% Curriculum devoted to practice: 40% Top courses among our students: * Prophetic Ministry * Kingdom Leadership We have no degree programs at the present time. Certification program is being developed. Extension Education Profile The ministry has two external satellite sites where extension courses are offered. Faculty Profile Fifty percent of the faculty have traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 50% are recognized as experts and leaders because of their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. The average compensation paid to faculty members per course is $500 to $1000. Administration Profile

4/18/2007

- 99 -

The ministry school as one fulltime administrative staff person and two part-time volunteers. The Apostolic Network underwrites costs for the school. The school is governed by the same Apostolic Network. Information and Library Resources Profile The school offers assistance in finding resources for the students. Currently, we are developing our own electronic information database. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues with the balance from other resources. The average tuition cost for student is $150 per course. The average student will take two courses per year. At this time we do not offer financial aid. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Yes ­ we share resources and work with other ministries and schools. Help Needed or Networking Opportunities Would like support in developing a certification program.

4/18/2007

- 100 -

Rochester Center of Theological and Biblical Studies

191 Bay Street Rochester, NY 14605 Phone: (585) 482-8622 Fax: (585) 422-8870 Email: [email protected]

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Ray Neal Fisher School Administrators: Dr. Pearl Cunningham Vision and Purpose The Rochester Center of Theological and Biblical Studies embraces every man, woman and child in the greater Rochester area and beyond affording them the opportunity to experience the life changing reality of Jesus Christ because they have taken advantage of the golden opportunity that this great institution has to offer. We want to provide the type of training that is genuinely transformation so that our students graduate not simple better educated but better people and better servants of God and His Christ. Degree Programs Associates of Arts Degree in Christian Ministry Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches or apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students are 35 ­ 45 years old. Students are ordained after they have enrolled with 60% entering full time ministry positions, 30 % entering part time ministry positions and 10% are not in ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 75% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 25% Most Popular Courses Homiletics Hermeneutics Intro to Ministry Spiritual Life Extension Education Profile 5 Sites Faculty Profile 70% of the faculty hold traditional degrees with 30% being recognized for their expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 101 -

Administration Profile The school has 5 administrative staff members. The school is supported by the apostolic network to which they belong. The school is governed by an independent board. Information and Library Resources Profile Library resources are available as well as assistance in finding resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget comes from 50% tuition and 50% other sources. It costs $500.00 per degree or diploma program. The average student can take 9 courses a year. The school does not offer any financial aid at this time. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools No Help Needed/Networking Opportunities None at this time

4/18/2007

- 102 -

Salem Heights School of Ministry

500 Salem Lane Gibsonia, PA 15044 Phone: (724) 935-1329 Fax: (724) 935-1351 Email: [email protected] Website: www.shclc.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Missions International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Emmanuelle Cannistraci, David Vogel School Administrators: Joanne Ferrill Vision and Purpose To provide a practical environment for growth of the individual in their gifts, calling and anointing! We desire to do this through the impartation of wisdom, knowledge and understanding by practical function and outreach. Degree Programs Certificates Bachelor's Equivalent Student Profile Students come from the church and network that the ministry school belongs to. Approximately 40% of the students are 45 yrs and older, 40% are 35-45 yrs old, 10% are 25 ­ 35 yrs old and the remaining 10% are teen to 25 yrs old. The majority of the students are ordained after they have received training. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 40% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 60% Most Popular Courses Intercessory Prayer Teaching the Bible Historical Books Extension Education Profile The school has 2 external satellite sites. Faculty Profile 75% of the faculty hold traditional graduate degrees. 25% of the faculty are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. Compensation is usually travel and a love gift.

4/18/2007

- 103 -

Administration Profile The school as 3 administrative staff members. The facilities and the overhead are covered by the Church. The school is governed by apostolic leadership. Information and Library Resources Profile We have a 1000 volume library, internet access, 1 computer and electronic media. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 30% of the school's budget comes from tuition. The remaining 70% comes from other sources. The average cost is $20 per credit hour. The average student can take 8 courses a year. The school does offer financial aid and grants to students.

4/18/2007

- 104 -

Shiloh Place Ministries

P. O. Box 5 Conway, SC 29528 Phone: (843) 365-8990 Fax: (843) 365-1905 Email: [email protected] Website: www.shilohplace.org Church or Apostolic Network: Evangel Fellowship International and Partners in Harvest Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Bishop Houston Miles (EFI) and John and Carol Arnott (PIH) School Administrator: Mark Burlinson Vision and Purpose To train and equip leaders for the agape reformation, imparting to them the anointing to receive God's unconditional love and give it away. Student Profile Majority of our students come from different churches and ministries with approximately 20% from other countries. The age of the student body ranges from 25 to 45+ years old and older. Upon graduating, 50% of the students go into fulltime ministry, 35% in part-time ministry and 15% to the marketplace. Curriculum Profile Curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Curriculum devoted to practice: 50% At this time we do not have any primary degree programs. Extension Education Profile None as of yet. Our intention is to replicate the school in developing nations.

Faculty Profile Twenty percent of our faculty have traditional, graduate degrees and 80% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. The faculty are volunteers and are paid a small honorarium. Administration Profile The school has one administrative staff person. We have our own facilities and pay our own overhead. The school is governed by the board of Shiloh Place Ministries. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Ninety percent of budget comes from tuition revenues and balance from other sources. Average tuition cost for student is $995 per course, which is one course per year. At this time we offer partial scholarships to missionaries.

4/18/2007

- 105 -

Southwestern Christian Graduate School

P.O. Box 340 Bethany, OK 73008 Phone: (405) 789-7661, ext 3446 Fax: (405) 495-0078 Email: [email protected] Website: www.sccmgrad.edu

Church or Apostolic Network: Pentecostal Holiness Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: James De. Leggett, Bob Ely School Administrators: Dr. Garnet Pike Vision and Purpose Preparing Christian leaders for an effective, Spirit-filled ministry to disciple the nations through a biblically based, culturally sensitive, and church-centered program of instruction in the Wesleyan-Pentecostal-Charismatic traditions. Degree Programs Master of Ministry Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 30-45 years of age. 100% of the graduates enter full-time ministry positions. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 30% Percentage of curriculum devoted to spiritual formation: 20% Most Popular Courses Leadership Formation Church Growth and Revitalization Praise & Worship in Church Growth Extension Education Profile SCU offers extension courses through 3 sites. Faculty Profile 100% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees. Administration Profile SCU has 3 administrative staff and is governed by an independent board. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 50% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 50% comes from other sources. The tuition is $885 per course.

4/18/2007

- 106 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Beulah Heights Bible College in Atlanta and Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA

4/18/2007

- 107 -

Spirit of Life School of Theology

P.O. Box 91996 Lakeland, FL 33804 Phone: (863) 668-8787 Fax: (863) 668-0329 Email: [email protected] Website: www.shirleyarnoldministries.org

Church or Apostolic Network: TLC Family Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Shirley Arnold School Administrators: Janice Stringer Vision and Purpose Establishing a training center that would train, equip and release men and women to be all they could be in Christ. In doing so, they would be prepared academically and imparted into spiritually. Degree Programs Diploma in Theology Associate in Theology Bachelor of Theology Master of Theology Doctor of Ministry Student Profile The majority of the students come from other churches or apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students are 35 ­ 45 years old. The majority of the students are ordained after they have enrolled. 15% enter into full time ministry, 65% enter part time ministry and 20% do not enter into ministry positions at all. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 70% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 30% Most Popular Courses Ministry Protocol I Ministry Protocol II Book of Hebrews Extension Education Profile Three Faculty Profile Traditional, graduate degrees among faculty: 20% Faculty recognized for practical expertise and anointing: 80%

4/18/2007

- 108 -

Administration Profile The school presently has 4 administrative staff members with the overhead and facilities provided by Shirley Arnold Ministries. The school is governed by Dr. Shirley Arnold. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The budget of the school comes 95% from tuition and 5% from other sources. The average cost per course is $135 and per year is $1350. The average student takes 10 courses a year. The school does offer scholarships.

4/18/2007

- 109 -

Summit Bible College

1213 McCurdy Drive Bakersfield, CA. 93306 Phone: (661) 872-2476 Email: [email protected] Website: www.summitbiblecollege.com Church or Apostolic Network: Non- Denominational Evangelical Church President: Dr. Jeff Victor School Administrator: Dr. Jeff Victor Vision and Purpose "Equipping Christian Leaders to help those in need." · To educate ministers to go out and serve those in need in the community, and the world. · To teach Biblical values as a foundation, providing a college to help young adults make career choices. · To offer ministerial support and licensing and a retreat for ministers who need time to rebuild or refresh. Degree Programs Certificate of Biblical Studies, Associates of Biblical Studies, Bachelor of Theology, Master of Theology or Divinity, Doctor of Theology of Divinity, Bachelor of Ministry, Master of Ministry, Degrees in: Christian Counseling Youth Counseling Worship Leader Pastoral Leadership Missions Evangelism Student Profile The majority of the student body comes from different churches and/or apostolic networks. Students range from all ages. Most Popular Courses Counseling Program and Licensing Pastoral Leadership Training and Ordination Worship Leadership Missions and Evangelism Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80%

4/18/2007

- 110 -

Extension Education Profile SBC has three extension centers. Faculty Profile Approximately 100% of SBC's faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 100% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile Summit Bible has nine administrative staff members. An independent board acts in an advisory capacity. Information and Library Resources Profile Summit Bible offers assistance with resources as well as provides a bookstore for their students. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile SBC's budget derives from 75% of the school's tuition revenue; the remaining percentage comes from other sources. The average cost to the student is $1,000 per year. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities We are trying to network with other ministries and would be open to help in all areas. We have a building fund and need donations.

4/18/2007

- 111 -

Sword of the Spirit Ministry Training Center

300 Kensington Avenue Buffalo, NY 14214 Phone: (716) 832-6791 Fax: (716) 862-9118 Email: [email protected] Website: www.swordofthespiritministries.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Christian International Apostolic Network Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: John & Barbara Burkholder, Sr. Pastors School Administrators: Lee Guadagno, Dean Vision and Purpose To equip God's saints by helping them identify and refine their ministry giftings; develop prophetic anointing and sensitivity through academics, activation and impartation ­ to change lives and build the kingdom. Degree Programs Currently, certificate programs only. Student Profile Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Apostolic Track: Effective Deliverance I and II, Apostles and the Apostolic Spirit, The Working of Miracles Prophetic Track: Dreams & Visions, Ministering Spiritual Gifts, Prophetic Intercession Extension Education Profile None as yet Faculty Profile Traditional, graduate degrees among faculty: 50% Faculty recognized for practical expertise and anointing: 50% Administration Profile The school presently has 4 administrative staff members with the overhead and facilities provided by the church. The school is governed by Apostolic leaders and elders of the church.

4/18/2007

- 112 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The budget of the school comes 90% fro tuition and 10% from other sources. The average cost per course is $55 and per certificate is $550. The average student takes 3 to 5 courses a year. The school does offer scholarships. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools They send their original course material to a prophetic school in Lome Togo, West Africa, but to date, they do not work with any other schools.

4/18/2007

- 113 -

Teamwork Bible College International

PO Box 2204 Martinsville, VA 24113 Phone: (276) 632-8477 Fax: (276) 632-8477 Email: [email protected] Website: www.teamworkministries.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Masterbuilders Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Dr. Pete Beck, Sr. School Administrator: Dr. John N. Chacha Vision and Purpose TBCI's vision is to train, equip and mobilize leaders, globally in the Body of Christ to fulfill the Great Commission. It is easy to make converts, TBCI desires to make disciples. Degree Programs One year certificate of completion Associate Degree in Practical theology Bachelor Degree: Practical Theology with emphasis in: 1. Counseling 2. Biblical Studies 3. Christian Education Master's Degree Doctorate Degree Student Profile The majority of the student body comes from different churches and/or apostolic networks. Approximately 80% of the student body comes from outside the United States and the predominant ages of the student are 25-35 years old. A majority of the students are ordained after training. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80% Most Popular Courses Foundations for Christian Living Total Life Management Spiritual Warfare Knowing God's Will Prayer Power Extension Education Profile TBCI has established over 500 Bible School's worldwide.

4/18/2007

- 114 -

Faculty Profile Approximately 90% of the faculty has traditional, graduate-level degrees and 10% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administrative Profile TBCI has three administrative staff members. The school is governed by an independent Board of Directors. Information and Library Resources Profile The school offers, internet, book libraries, electronic libraries. TBCI works in close relationship with Hands for Christ who is very active in donating libraries to churches and schools in developing nations. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 20% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 80% comes from other sources. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools TBCI works and shares resources with Vision University and International Training Bible College. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities TBCI desires educational and fiscal accountability to accent the credibility of TBCI to our students. We arrange short-term mission trips to various nations throughout the year from a variety of contacts.

4/18/2007

- 115 -

Vision International College & University

1115 D Street Ramona, CA 92065 Phone: (714) 828-5797 Fax: E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.vision.edu Accreditation: Vocational Education Training, Accreditation Board, Australia Church or Apostolic Network: Vision International Network of Ministries Apostolic Leader: Stan E. DeKoven, Ph.D., President School Administrator: Academic Dean, Tal Klaus, Ph. D

Vision and Purpose Our purpose at Vision International University is to bring the "Whole Word to the Whole World", and to "cover the earth with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea" (Hab. 2:14). We are essentially equipping believers through intensive classroom instruction and practical ministry experience to help strengthen the local church. Further, we offer distance-learning programs for advanced leadership training, BA through Doctorate. In the local church we are "equipping the equippers to equip the saints" through providing a systematic program of study and administrative support systems for the development of the local churches own adult education ministry. In 1990, the Lord gave us a mandate, vision and purpose to plant Bible Training Centers in 100 nations. We are presently operating in 140 nations. Degree Programs Certificate in Biblical Studies-1 year Associates Degree in Biblical Studies-2 year Diploma in Ministry-3 year Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral Degrees with emphases in Theology, Education, Counseling, Leadership and International Relations. Educational Distinctive · A learning environment integrated with the local church. · Advanced standing to qualified individuals who have attained equivalent training through life experience. · Providing quality educational opportunities at a cost that is within reach of the average person. · Intern program for urban ministry emphasis in the inner city, as well as in counseling ministry with appropriate training. · The creation of individual programs of study designed to meet the needs of the individual minister that can be studied externally. We bring the education to you. · Continuing education programs for advanced ministry is available.

4/18/2007

116

Student Profile Vision has approximately 100,000 students worldwide. Seventy percent of the school's student body comes from outside the US. Approximately 75% of Vision's graduates enter part-time ministry positions, 25% enter full-time ministry positions. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 70% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 30% The Most Popular Courses Supernatural Architecture: Theology of the New Apostolic Reformation Marriage and Family Life Christian Life Praise and Worship On Belay: Introduction to Christian Counseling Spiritual Warfare Extension Education Profile Number of satellite sites: Approximately 4000 ­ We must estimate since we give rights for international networks to develop their own network, and growth internationally is exponential. Faculty Profile Approximately 50% of the faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees. The entire Vision faculty is screened formally at our headquarters, and must meet the academic and/or experiential qualifications for teaching a given course, and must have pastoral approval to teach at a given site. Administration Profile Vision has seven full and part-time staff at the headquarters. We have our own headquarters where we also offer local courses and counseling services. We are primarily an administrative center for the entire international network. The Apostolic leader governs Vision with elders and an international board of advisors. Information and Library Resources Profile This is handled at the church level, and through a "Friends of the Library" program. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the ministries budget comes from tuition revenues. Tuition Costs: Per course: $195.00, Per year: $1950.00 (Our tuition is kept purposely low to encourage maximum participation from local church).

4/18/2007

- 117 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Vision has matriculation agreements with several schools, and curriculum purchase agreements with several, allowing the curriculum of Vision Publishing to be used in multiple settings. Other key ministries of Vision Network includes, Harvest time International Institute and the International School of Ministry. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities We have a well-rounded program, but need strengthening in actual Bible Courses. We are deep in theology and practical ministry, but lack courses with adequate content in basic Bible beyond survey level courses. We want to begin a conference for our instructors, perhaps in conjunction with other ACEA schools, in dynamics of teaching to strengthening the delivery method of our courses. Adding additional Bible courses, such as 1) Pentateuch 2) Historical Books, Major and Minor Prophets and Writings, NT - 1) Gospels 2) Pauline Epistles 3) Pastoral Epistles. Further, we would strengthen our practicum program, emphasizing cross-cultural ministry experience, either international or urban, and further strengthen our Business program.

4/18/2007

- 118 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Ann Arbor

Transformational Breakthrough School P.O. Box 2485 Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Phone: (734) 662 - 6040 Fax: (734) 662-5470 Email: [email protected] Website: www.shekinahchurch.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Christian International, Eagles Vision Apostolic Team Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Barbara J. Yoder / C. Peter Wagner School Administrator: Christina Pike Dean: Jay Pike Vision and Purpose Equipping leaders for the future. Equip leaders to breakthrough and transform the world. Equip leaders to be transformed and to be transformers. Diploma Programs Bachelors in Practical Ministry Most Popular Courses Dynamics of Spiritual Breakthrough Realms of Revelations A Mindsest for Wealth Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 35-45 years of age and older with the majority of the students coming from many different churches and/or apostolic networks. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 40% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 60% Extension Education Profile None at this time. Administrative Profile WLI Ann Arbor has 1 2 administrative staff member. The facility is provided and the overhead is paid by the church. The school is governed by the Apostolic leaders. Information and Library Resources Profile Not at this time.

4/18/2007

119

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The cost per course is $80. Approximately 70% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 30% comes from other sources. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools The school does work with and share resources with other ministry schools.

4/18/2007

- 120 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Asia

Bellagio Boutique Mall Fl 2-01 Jl. Mega Kuningan Barat Kav E4.3 no 3 Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta 12950 Phone: (62) (021) 3001 9944 Fax: (62) (021) 3001 9940 Email: [email protected] [email protected] Website: www.wagnerleadership.or.id

Church or Apostolic Network: City Blessing Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Apostle Paul Tan, Chancellor School Administrator: Apostle Sulijanto "Kong" Leories Vision and Purpose WLI trains and equips men and women for leadership positions in local churches and in translocal ministries, with an emphasis on practical ministry experience, anointing and impartation. It is designed especially, although not exclusively, to meet the needs of leaders who have become a part of New Apostolic Reformation. Diploma Programs Bachelor Master Doctorate Most Popular Courses Growth Dynamics of New Apostolic Churches Intimacy with God Part II Divine Healing Deliverance Student Profile The predominant ages of the students are 35-45 years of age with the majority of the students coming from many different churches and/or apostolic networks. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80% Extension Education Profile 6 sites in Indonesia (Jakarta, Bandung, Bali, Surabaya, Bangka, and Batam) 1 site in Singapore 1 site in Malaysia

4/18/2007

- 121 -

Faculty Profile Approximately 50% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees and 50% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administrative Profile WLI Asia has 2 administrative staff members. The facility is provided and the overhead is paid by the apostolic network and tuition fee. The school is governed by the Apostolic leaders.

Information and Library Resources Profile The library is being built, but the school offers student assistance in finding resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per course is $30. The total cost for a Masters Degree is $1300 and for a Doctorate is $2500. Approximately 70% of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues and 30% comes from other sources. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools It is being worked on.

4/18/2007

- 122 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Bernardsville

Peter Roselle

4/18/2007

123

Wagner Leadership Institute-Canada

RR4, Site 4, Box 50 Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5E4 CANADA Phone: (403) 343-6570 Fax: (403) 343-8480 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wagnerleadership.ca

Church or Apostolic Network: Word of Life Centre, WLI USA Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Mel Mullen, D.P.M. School Administrator: Brian Thomson, D.P.M. Director Vision and Purpose Wagner Leadership Institute trains and equips men and women for leadership positions in local churches and in translocal ministries. It provides an earned training credential for church and ministry leaders who desire ordination, licensing, or other forms of public recognition. Its goal is to equip leaders in the necessary skills for effective ministry. It is designed especially, although not exclusively, to meet the needs of leaders who have become a part of the New Apostolic Reformation. For literally thousands of these leaders, and others as well, the present educational system designed for Christian ministers is virtually inaccessible. Diploma Programs Associates, Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate in Practical Ministry Student Profile The predominant age range of WLI students is 25-50 years of age. Most are layleaders and Ministry staff. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80% Faculty Profile There are 30 Canadian and over 130 North American faculty members. The faculty derives from many different denominations and ministry streams.

Administration Profile The WLI staff consists of one part-time Director, Registrar and Admissions Counselor Connie Thomson. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per training unit is $50. One hundred percent of WLI's budget comes from tuition revenues.

4/18/2007

- 124 -

Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Wagner Leadership Institute - USA Word of Life Bible College ­ Red Deer, Canada

4/18/2007

- 125 -

Wagner Leadership Institute - Central

PO Box 63060 Colorado Springs, CO 80962-3060 Phone: (719) 277-6727 Fax: (719) 277-6794 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.wagnerleadership.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Global Harvest Ministries Apostolic Leader: C. Peter Wagner School Provost: Craig Davis Vision and Purpose Wagner Leadership Institute trains and equips men and women for leadership positions in local churches and in trans-local ministries. It provides credentialing for church and ministry leaders who desire ordination, licensing, or other forms of public recognition. Its goal is to equip leaders in the necessary skills for effective ministry. It is designed especially, although not exclusively, to meet the needs of leaders who have become a part of the New Apostolic Reformation. For literally thousands of leaders, and others as well, the present educational system designed for Christian ministers is totally inaccessible. Diploma Programs Associate of Ministry, Bachelor of Ministry, Master of Ministry, Doctor of Ministry Educational Distinctives Modular format Credit given for experience Balances academic study with practical ministry training Student Profile The predominant ages of WLI students are 35-45 years of age. Most are ordained before enrolling. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20%. Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80%. Extension Education Profile Regional Centers Shekinah Christian Church, Barbara Yoder, Ann Arbor, MI Administration Profile WLI has three administrative staff. The chancellor who chairs the board governs it.

4/18/2007

- 126 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per course is $300. One hundred percent of WLI's budget comes from tuition.

4/18/2007

- 127 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Denton

The Issachar School 1108 Dallas Drive, Suite E Denton, TX 76202 Phone: (888) 965-1099 Fax: (940) 565-9264 Email: [email protected] Website: www.glory-of-zion.org/issachar

Church or Apostolic Network: Glory of Zion Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Chuck Pierce, Chancellor Dean: Robert Heidler School Administrator: Lori Kooiman

4/18/2007

- 128 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Global Awakening

1150 Lancaster Blvd., Suite 201 Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Phone: (423) 716-7692 Phone: (866) 292-5364 ext. 29 Fax: (423) 370-1256 Email: [email protected] Website: www.globalawakening.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Global Awakening Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Randy Clark Dean: Tom Jones School Administrator: Charity Cook Vision and Purpose 4/18/2007 - 129 -

Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and apostolic networks.

Wagner Leadership Institute - Jamesburg

Pastor Kathy Bichsel, Senior Pastor Hope for the Nations Worship Center PO Box 3 Jamesburg, NJ 08831 Phone: (732) 605-1395 Fax: (732) 605-9393 Email: [email protected] Website: www.hfnwc.org Vanessa Coenraad (pastor's assistant) Cell: (609) 577-6290

4/18/2007

- 130 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Japan

212-0016, 1-5-3F, Minamisaiwai-cho, Saiwai-ku Kakwasaki-shi, JAPAN Phone: 044-533-1240 Fax: 044-533-1240 Email: [email protected] or [email protected] (Japan) Church or Apostolic Network: Apostles Ministries Empowerment Network Apostolic Leaders of Church or Network: Apostle Israel Kim, Chancellor School Administrator: Israel Kim, Jr. Vision and Purpose Training, equipping and empowering to walk in the five-fold ministry, so that they can minister, more effectively, to churches and reach their cities, Market places, regions and nations for the harvest. Degree Programs Bachelor, Masters, Doctoral Student Profile ISA's students come from many different churches and/or Apostolic networks. The age of the students range from 25-35 years of age and the majority become ordained after enrolling the school. Curriculum Profile Percentage of the school's curriculum devoted to theory: 50% Percentage of the school's curriculum devoted to practice: 50% Most Popular Courses Five Fold Ministry Emphasis Power Evangelism Mentoring Biblical Truth & Theology Spiritual Development Extension Education Profile Presently there are two branch schools in Japan. Faculty Profile 95% of ISA's faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 5% are without graduate degrees, but are recognized for their practical expertise and anointing.

Japan address:

4/18/2007

- 131 -

Administration Profile ISA has 3 administrative staff members and pays for its own facilities and overhead. The apostolic network to which it belongs governs the school. Information and Library Resources Profile ISA provides resources for their students through the internet.

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 50% of the school's budget comes from tuition and revenues. The average tuition cost per student, per year, is $2,500. Relationships with other Ministry Schools Vision International College and University Wagner Leadership Institute ACEA Members Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Resources and people to participate in missions trip to Japan. Would like more affiliations.

4/18/2007

- 132 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Korea

43 Boorimdong Gwacheon, Gunggido Seoul, Korea 427-804 Phone: (82) 2-5040992-3; Fax: (82) 2-504-0978 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wli.or.kr

Church or Apostolic Network: SaeSeoul Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Pastor Jungshik Hong School Administrator: Dr. Keonho Lee Vision and Purpose The purpose of Wagner Leadership Institute Korea is to equip Korean church leaders in necessary skills for effective ministry. It provides impartation of skills and anointing as well as the relevant information. WLI Korea will accelerate the advance of the Kingdom of God n this nation through the New Apostolic Reformation. Diploma Programs Bachelor of Practical Ministry Master of Practical Ministry Doctor of Practical Ministry Most Popular Courses Spiritual Mapping ­ Bob Beckett The Authority of Believers and The Principles of Healing ­ Che Ahn Revival ­ Michael Brown Prophetic Intercession ­ James Goll Healing ­ Francis Sizer Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and apostolic networks. 50% of the students come from outside the country. Predominately, the students are ages 35 ­ 45 years old. The majority of the students are ordained before enrolling. WLI Korea doesn't have any graduates yet. The rate of current students ministry position is 50% full-time ministry positions, 30% part-time ministry positions and 20% not in ministry. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 20% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 80% Extension Education Profile 2 Satellite sites

4/18/2007

133

Faculty Profile Approximately 30% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees and 70% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administrative Profile WLI Korea has 8 administrative staff members. At the current facilities, half of the overhead is paid for by WLI Korea and by SaeSeoul Church.

Information and Library Resources Profile Students can get information through the internet. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per course is $200, the average cost per year is $1,700 and per degree program is $5,500.00. The average student can take an average of 8 courses and the school does provide financial aid or grants. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools WLI Indonesia Networking Opportunities WLI Korea needs to get comprehensive information from other schools in ACEA. It will help them to develop better curriculum and other educational devices.

4/18/2007

- 134 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Memphis

8800 Winchester Road Memphis, TN 38125 Phone: (901) 751-3333 Fax: (901) 751-3255 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ctrmc.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Christ the Rock Metro Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Fred Bennett Dean: Craig Ferguson School Administrator: Brenda Ferguson

4/18/2007

- 135 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Montgomery

4870 Woodley Road Montgomery, AL 36116 Phone: (334) 613-3363 Fax: (334) 613-3309 Email: [email protected]@charter.net Web site: www.anointedchurch.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Fresh Anointing International Church Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Kyle Searcy Dean: Ken Tuck School Administrator: Ruby Tuck

4/18/2007

- 136 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ New York City

257 Bay Ridge Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11220 Phone: (718) 921-4673 Fax: (718) 680-9733 Email: [email protected] Website: www.gatewaycitychurch.net

Church or Apostolic Network: Mission New York Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Roger McPhail, Chancellor Dean: Teresa McPhail School Administrator: Dora Rossi Vision and Purpose The vision and purpose of this school is to equip the saints for city transformation. Our heart's desire is for the Apostolic and the Prophetic to be thrusted into the Government, Marketplace and Education system of New York City. We want to take dominion back and advance God's Kingdom. Diploma Programs Bachelor of Practical Ministry Master of Practical Ministry Doctor of Practical Ministry Most Popular Courses City Transformation Apostolic Prophetic Student Profile Students come primarily from the same church or apostolic network that the Church belongs to. The predominant ages of the students are 35 ­ 45 years old. The majority of the students are ordained after enrolling. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 25% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 75% Extension Education Profile The other WLI regional schools Faculty Profile 50% of the faculty holds traditional degrees and 50% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 137 -

Administrative Profile The school presently has 3 administrative staff. The facilities and the overhead are paid for by the church. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and network. Information and Library Resources Profile School offers assistance in finding and using such resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The majority of the budget comes from the sponsoring church. The cost per course is $25. The average student can take approximately 4 courses a year. They do not presently offer financial aid, but do offer payment plans.

4/18/2007

- 138 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ North East

201 Judson Street Webster, NY 14580 Phone: (585) 265-2332 Fax: (585) 265-2332 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wli-rochester.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Living Faith Ministries International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Joseph Daniel Askins, Chancellor School Administrator: Avonne Joy Askins, Chief Administrative Officer School Dean: Sarah Babcock Vision and Purpose To assist those called to equip others with the ability to receive instruction and impartation from some of the most recognized leaders in the body of Christ today. Degree Programs Diplomas offered are Bachelor, Master and Doctorate in Practical Ministry Student Profile The majority of the students come from different churches and networks. Predominantly, the ages of the students are 35 ­ 45 yrs old. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 10% · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 90% Most Popular Courses Joseph Anointing Apostolic Authority Deliverance in the Local Church Faculty Profile Traditional graduate degrees among faculty: 70% Recognized for anointing and practical expertise: 30% Administration Profile The staff currently has 3 administrative staff. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and network. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 100% of the school's budget comes from tuition. The average tuition cost per student is $100 per course. The school does offer some scholarships. Relationships with Other Ministry School - All WLI Schools 4/18/2007 - 139 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Pasadena

1539 E. Howard St Pasadena, CA 91104 Phone: (626) 720-8158 Fax: (626) 797-7964 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wlipasadena.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Wagner Leadership Institute - Central Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Ché Ahn, C. Peter Wagner Dean: David Richardson School Administrator: Jeanie Richardson Vision and Purpose To provide advance training for in-service ministers. Diploma Programs Associate of Practical Ministry Bachelor of Practical Ministry Master of Practical Ministry Doctor of Practical Ministry Most Popular Courses Power Evangelism New Apostolic Reformation Prophetic Student Profile The majority of the students are coming from different churches and apostolic networks. Twenty percent of the student body comes from outside the country. Predominately, the ages of the students are 35 to 45 years of age. The majority of the students are ordained after graduation. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 10% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 90% Extension Education Profile None at this time Faculty Profile Approximately 40% of the faculty has traditional graduate degrees and 60% are recognized for practical expertise and anointing.

4/18/2007

- 140 -

Administrative Profile WLI Pasadena has 2 administrative staff members. The Harvest Rock Church will provide the facilities. The school is governed by WLI-Central. Information and Library Resources Profile Presently limited to assistance. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per course is $200, the average cost per year varies and per degree program is $6,500.00. The school's budget is supported 95% by tuition and 5% by other sources.

4/18/2007

- 141 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Phoenix

14900 W Van Buren St Goodyear, AZ 85338 Phone: (623) 935-4858 Fax: (623) 935-6228 Email: [email protected] Website: www.skywaychurch.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Skyway Church of the West Valley Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Greg Brown School Dean: Cindy Petkovich School Administrator: Karen Blehm Vision and Purpose The vision of WLI ­ Phoenix is to train, equip and spiritually impart to leaders and leaders in training in the local church, para-church and the marketplace church. Its goal is to equip men and women to be able to identify and to fulfill their God-given call and destiny. Diploma Programs Associate of Practical Ministry Bachelor of Practical Ministry Master of Practical Ministry Doctor of Practical Ministry Administrative Profile WLI Phoenix has 2 administrative staff members. The school is governed by the apostolic leader, pastoral staff and church board. Information and Library Resources Profile Presently limited to assistance. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The average cost per course is $100 - $200, the average cost per year is $900 - $1350 with the average cost per diploma being $3,000. The school does offer financial aid or grants to the students.

4/18/2007

- 142 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ South Central

P.O. Box 1118 Pulaski, TN 38478 Phone: (931) 363-6213 Fax: (931) 424-8108 Email: [email protected] Website: www.WLISouthCentral.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Kingdom Alignment International Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Tammy Alsup, Chancellor School Administrator: Margaret Hardiman School Dean: Thomas & Rhonda Martin

4/18/2007

- 143 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ South East

P.O. Box 2116 Lilburn, GA 30048 Phone: (770) 447-5199 Fax: (770) 935-5345 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wli-se.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Jacquie Tyre, Chancellor School Administrator: Loretta McCullough

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ Toms River

4/18/2007 - 144 -

1563 Old Freehold Road Toms River, NJ 08755 Phone: (732) 349-1550 ext 213 Fax: (732) 286-6311 Email: [email protected] Website: www.graceandpeace.org Church or Apostolic Network: Church of Grace and Peace Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: Walter W. Healy, Apostle Dean: Ralph E. Freda Vision and Purpose The purpose of this Ministry School is to cultivate and enhance the zeal to do the works of God in its students. It is here to equip these saints for the service/ministry by sharpening their tools of ministry. Degree Programs Certificate of Biblical Counseling Practical Theology of Ministerial Studies, bachelors, masters, doctorate Biblical and Theological Studies Student Profile Students come mainly from different churches and apostolic networks. The breakdown of the ages of the students are: 40% 25-35 yrs old, 25% 45 and older, 25% 35-45 years old and 10% teen -25 yrs old. The majority of the students are ordained after graduation. 78% of the students enter part time ministry upon graduation. 20% of graduates are not in ministry positions and 2% enter full time ministry. Curriculum Profile · Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60% · Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses Ministerial Training Developing the Call of God Leadership Development I & II Ministering Healing Challenges in the Ministry Today Faculty Profile 10% of the faculty holds traditional, graduate degrees. 90% of the faculty is recognized for their practical expertise and anointing. (Currently, $30 per lesson is paid as average compensation with International teachers being paid by an honorarium.) ­ to change in 2007 Administration Profile

4/18/2007

- 145 -

The school has 3 administrative staff members. The church under girds the school; in the future their schools are moving to be self sufficient. The school is governed by the Church Elders. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile The school's budget come 50% from tuition and 50% from other sources. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools They will be working with WLI ­ Central as well as other regional centers.

4/18/2007

- 146 -

Wagner Leadership Institute ­ West Haven

129 Bull Hill Lane West Haven, CT 06516 Phone: (203) 934-0880 Email: [email protected] Website: www.gateway-fellowship.org

Church or Apostolic Network: Apostolic Resource Center Apostolic Leader: Brian Simmons, Chancellor Dean: Charles Simpson School Administrator: Jennifer Davis Vision and Purpose The Call School ­ New England has been established to prepare and release a radical new breed of end time workers for the harvest. With a deep conviction that revival is upon us, we long to release and launch an army of church planters, missionaries, pastors, teachers and evangelists into New England and the nations of the earth. Special emphasis is given to the practical application of God's word and the impartation of power needed to do the "works of Jesus" in these last days. Degree Programs Certificates (dependent upon number of core courses and electives taken) Student Profile The students of ARC are from different churches and/or apostolic networks. Most of the students range from 35 - 45 years in age. The majority of the students are ordained after entering training. Most Popular Courses Song of Songs Davidic Worship Biblical Foundations of Counseling Faculty Profile Approximately 50% of the faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees and 50% are recognized as experts and leaders based on their practical experience, anointing and ability to impart to students. Administration Profile ASM has 6 church staff members. Currently, the church governs the school. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile ARC's budget derives from 100% of the school's tuition revenues. The average cost to a student, per course is $110.

4/18/2007

- 147 -

Word of Life Bible College

RR 4, Site 4, Box 50 Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5E4 Canada Phone: (403) 343-6570 Fax: (403) 343-8480 Email: [email protected] Website: www.compasionate.ca/interns

Church or Apostolic Network: Word of Life Centres in Canada, International Association of Ministers Apostolic Leader: Mel Mullen, D.P.M. Apostle and President School Administrator: Director Ryan Cook, Brian Thomson D.P.M., Assoc. Director Vision and Purpose To raise up a people totally dedicated to Jesus. To commission equipped believers into victorious service for God. Impacting the 21st Century Diploma Programs First year: Certificate in Leadership Second year: Diploma in Ministry Third year: Apprenticeship Affiliated with WLI Canada/USA for Advanced Diplomas Educational Distinctive A school of impartation, anointing, and character. Multi-media and Communicative Arts Business College ­ Marketplace Student Profile The primary ages of the students are 17-25. Most are ordained after entering training. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to theory: 50% Percentage of curriculum devoted mostly to practice: 50% The Most Popular Courses Ministry Dynamics Bible Memory/Bible Meditation School of Signs and Wonders Extension Education Profile Local churches will send those that they feel have full-time ministry calling, or want to have their key leaders receive impartation in the internship program.

4/18/2007

- 148 -

Faculty Profile Approximately 75% have a 2 year Bible College diploma, 15% an advanced diploma, 10% without a formal diploma but are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. All are advancing in a WLI advanced diploma. Administration Profile Word of Life Bible College has one full-time Director. The Apostle governs the school. Information and Library Resources Profile N/A Financial Resources and Tuition Profile One hundred percent of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost per course is $100 (Canadian dollars). Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Wagner Leadership Institute, ACEA Help Needed/Networking Opportunities 2 Dormitories

4/18/2007

- 149 -

Word of Life School of Ministry

854 Old Baltimore Pike Newark, DE. 19702 Phone: (302) 453-1183 Fax: (302) 453-1567 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wolsm.com

Church or Apostolic Network: Word of Life Christian Center Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: David Carey School Administrators: Nancy Carey Vision and Purpose WOLSM is a post-secondary Spirit filled Bible school committed to be led by the Holy Spirit in its programs and activities. Our mission is to 1) instruct each student toward spiritual growth and maturity and a closer relationship with Jesus; 2) to teach the word of God so that it becomes a personal reality within each student who is then able to impart it to others with anointing and authority; and 3) provide leadership training and preparation for ministry. Degree Programs 1 year certificate program and a 2nd year diploma program in Ministerial Studies. Student Profile Most students come from the church, area churches and apostolic networks, as well as other countries. The predominant ages are 25 - 35 years old. Some of the students are ordained after graduating. Approximately 30% of graduates enter full-time ministry, 40% enter part-time ministry and 30% do not enter ministry positions. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 60% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 40% Most Popular Courses The Atonement Divine Health and Healing The Character of God Holding Forth the Word of Life (Homiletics) Apostles and Prophets The Prophetic Ministry Gift Church Planting Extension Education Profile At the present, the school has ten satellite sites.

4/18/2007

- 150 -

Faculty Profile 50% of the school's faculty has traditional, graduate-level academic degrees. Administration Profile WOLSM has three administrative staff members. A board consisting of the apostolic leader of the church, three elders from the church and one elder from another church govern the school. Information and Library Resources Profile The library resources include computers with Bible software and Internet access. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile Approximately 90% of the schools' budget comes from tuition revenues and 10% comes from other sources. The average cost is $50 per credit or $1350 per year Relationships with Other Ministry Schools To date, a non-formal relationship has been established with Immaculata College. Our credits have been accepted in many Universities, Colleges and Bible Schools. In addition, WOLSM has ministry training centers in Kenya, Togo, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania, Ukraine. Teaching teams are being sent at least one to two times every year to these schools. Help Needed/Networking Opportunities Desire collaboration and interaction with other ACEA member schools.

4/18/2007

- 151 -

Word of Truth Seminary

2721 Winchester Road Huntsville, AL 35810 Phone: (256) 859-6000 Phone: (931) 581-1840 Fax: (256) 859-9012 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected] Website: www.WordOfTruthSeminary.com Church or Apostolic Network: Word of Truth Church Church or Apostolic Network: Dr. Bob Hellmann, President, Bishop, Senior Pastor, Founder School Administrator: Dr. Dan Cheatham, Dean Vision and Purpose "Preparing Pastors & Workers For Global Harvest!" since 1987. Providing you an affordable education with authentic certification for degreed reputation and ministry preparation . . . this is our passion! Student Profile Most of the ministry school's students come from many different chur4ches and/or apostolic networks. The predominant ages of the students are between 25 and 35 years old. The majority of the students become ordained after enrolling and completing the training. Approximately 25% of the school's graduates enter full-time ministry, followed by 50% in part-time ministry and 25% that do not enter ministry at all.

Curriculum Profile Approximately 75% of the school's curriculum is devoted to theory and 25% to practice. The top five training programs for our students are: 1) Book of Genesis 2) Pastoral Epistles 3) Spiritual Authority 4) Systematic Theology and 5) Pneumatology. The degree programs Word of Truth Seminary offers are: * Associate of Biblical Studies (ABS) * Bachelor of Theology (ThB) * Master of Theology (MTh) * Master of Divinity (MDiv) * Doctor of Theology (ThD) * Doctor of Ministry (DMin) * Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) * Doctor of Divinity (DDiv) Extension Education Profile We do not have any external satellite sites where we offer classes.

4/18/2007

- 152 -

Faculty Profile Graduate degrees among faculty is 100%. The average compensation paid to faculty member per course is $500. Administration Profile The school has one administrative staff member. The school provides its own facilities and pays its own overhead. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and elders of the church or apostolic network to which the school belongs. Information and Library Resources Profile The school offers students assistance in finding and using resources. Financial Resources and Tuition Profile One hundred percent (100%) of the school's budget comes from tuition revenues. The average tuition cost to the school's students is $100 per course; $1000 per year; $3000 per degree or diploma program. The average student takes 28 courses per year. The school does not offer any financial aid or grants to students. Relationships with other Ministry Schools Word of Truth Seminary often receives and provides transcripts to and from other accredited and non-accredited institutions of learning. WOTS would love to serve ACEA in whatever capacity they deem appropriate. Will also receive all credits from all member institutions of ACEA. We believe ACEA fills a much needed place among Spirit-filled schools for all levels of education.

4/18/2007

- 153 -

Zahar Christian University

1235 Pacific Avenue Long Beach, CA 90813 Phone: (562) 495-4100 Fax: (562) 495-8442 Email: [email protected] Website: www.artesianwellfaith.ypgs.net

Church or Apostolic Network: Artesian Well Faith Center Apostolic Leader of Church or Network: James P. Norman, Jr. DD, Ph. D. School Administrators: James P. Norman, Jr. DD, Ph. D. Nilon Seals, III ­ Dean/Administrator Vision and Purpose Zahar Christian University is commissioned to bring believers to the measure of the stature that belongs to the fullness of Christ, by utilizing apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers who provide biblical, practical, spiritual and life transforming mentoring. The curriculum was shared in part from Christian Leadership University. Student Profile The students come primarily from the church or apostolic networks that the ministry school belongs to. The predominant ages of the students are from 35 ­ 45 years old, although they have students of all ages. Curriculum Profile Percentage of curriculum devoted to theory: 80% Percentage of curriculum devoted to practice: 20% Most Popular Courses Communion with God, Creative Problem Solving, Hebrew (culture/language), Right from Wrong Thinking (Biblical ethics), How to heal the Heart Faculty Profile 70% of the faculty hold traditional, graduate degrees. 30% of the faculty are recognized for practical expertise and anointing. Administration Profile The school has an administrative staff of 2. The University is housed within the Church's facilities. The school is governed by the apostolic leader and elders of the church.

4/18/2007

- 154 -

Financial Resources and Tuition Profile 100% of the budget comes from tuition. The average cost per course is $40 per credit. The average cost per year is $1,440. The average student can take 12 courses. Zahar does not offer financial assistant or grants at this time. Relationships with Other Ministry Schools Christian Leadership University Help Needed/Networking Opportunities They are interested in any networking opportunities, available.

4/18/2007

- 155 -

Information

Microsoft Word - ACEA Directory 2007.doc

155 pages

Find more like this

Report File (DMCA)

Our content is added by our users. We aim to remove reported files within 1 working day. Please use this link to notify us:

Report this file as copyright or inappropriate

66681


You might also be interested in

BETA
Church Growth State of the Art
DIUS register Final version.xls
Journal_Final.indd