Bachelor of Church Ministry

Bachelor of Church Ministry
member
David Karcha
Head of the Church Ministries Development Program
“Brother, if you are not indifferent to the development of your local church and your heart burns with love for God and your neighbor, then we are waiting for you! Love the church and become a disciple!”

Vision of programs

Local churches in which the brothers responsibly help pastors develop various ministries through organizational practices

Program`s goals

    • Form an ordained leader of church ministry
    • Teach how to preach sermons that inspire and teach the practical application of biblical truths in today’s context
    • To help master the writing skills of a strategic plan for the development of a local church
    • Provide the necessary organizational practices to achieve effective ministry

     

Program features

    • Program students are required to begin or continue a ministry focused on the spiritual and quantitative growth of the church, taking into account their vocation and the context of the local church.
    • The student has the opportunity to become acquainted with various church practices through attending sessions
    • Student learns and practices the preaching of the Word of God
    • A mentor works with each student to unlock his God-given potential

     

Conditions of entry

    • Being a faithful, baptized member of a local Christian church
    • Having a desire to serve in a local church and receiving the blessing of church leadership for teaching
    • Submitting the documents required for entry on time

     

1 year
  • Spiritual formation
  • Purpose Driven Ministry
  • Theology 1
  • Hermeneutics
  • Discipleship
  • The Old Testament 1

 

2 year
  • The Old Testament 2
  • Missiology and small group service
  • Homiletics
  • Theology 2
  • Strategical church planning
  • Missiology and personal evangelism

 

3 year
  • History of baptism
  • Healthy Church
  • Counseling
  • Theology 3
  • Church worship
  • The New Testament 1

 

4 year
  • The New Testament 2
  • Church and Community
  • Theology 4
  • Local Church Administration
  • Ethics

 

“This, then, is how you ought to regard us: as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the mysteries God has revealed. Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.”

1 Corinthians 4:1-2