To hasten the return of Christ by sending out gospel workers to reach Australia, New Zealand and the world.
To provide a training course that will introduce the students to the Fountain of Life, Love, Truth, & Wisdom to be permeated with His passion for the salvation of all peoples and enabled by His Spirit to intelligently lead searching souls to a saving relationship with Christ.
“The work of Christ was largely made up of personal interviews. He had a faithful regard for the one-soul audience. From that one soul the intelligence received was carried to thousands” (Testimonies for the Church, vol. 6, p. 115). Modelled on Christ’s example, this subject will equip students to work effectively for the salvation of souls one-on-one.
Minimum of 70 class hours, plus personal Bible studies
30 hours additional personal study
Minimum of 3 regular in-home Bible studies over 9 weeks.
“The great Teacher laid plans for His work. Study these plans. We find Him traveling from place to place, followed by crowds of eager listeners” (The Review and Herald, January 18, 1912). In this subject, all aspects of public evangelism are discussed. Christ’s method of public evangelism will be presented as the ideal model.
Minimum of 40 class hours
Field school of evangelism, with a minimum of 45 hours of practical experience.
The apostle Peter encouraged the spiritual leaders of the church, “Feed the flock of God which is among you” (1 Peter 5:2, NKJV). This subject will teach the application of both personal and public evangelism in the pastoral setting. Students will also be prepared to train their congregations to do effective outreach.
Minimum of 12 class hours
The apostle Paul wrote to Timothy, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness” (1 Peter 3:16, KJV). This subject will examine the fundamental beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and their relationship to the plan of salvation.
“There is need of a much closer study of the Word of God; especially should Daniel and the Revelation have attention as never before…. The light that Daniel received from God was given especially for these last days” (Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, pp. 112, 113). This subject will provide a fresh approach to the books of Daniel and Revelation. It will examine the significance of their prophetic messages to end-time events, the character of Christ and God’s plan to save us.
50 class hours
Paul wrote to the Thessalonian church, “Do not despise prophecies. Test all things; hold fast what is good” (1 Thessalonians 5:20, 21, NKJV). This subject will examine the life of a modern prophet and the relevance of such a life to the church of God.
15 class hours
John records of Jesus, our Example, that “No man ever spoke like this Man” (John 7:46, NKJV). This class will develop the talent of speech as it relates to the presentation of Biblical truths.
Minimum of 30 class hours
Mission service is often done in areas not blessed with modern medical facilities. Any available medical services that are available are often costly, which can be difficult to accommodate on a mission budget. This class will provide basic medical knowledge that will enable gospel workers to cope with challenging circumstances. It will be taught by well-qualified medical personnel who can give practical insight into dealing with potential situations.
minimum of 15 class hours
“Christ’s method alone will give true success in reaching the people. The Savior mingled with people as one who desired their good. He showed sympathy for them, ministered to their needs, and won their confidence. Then He invited them, ‘Follow Me’” (The Ministry of Healing, p. 73). This class familiarizes the student with the many health programs available to benefit the community’s general fitness. Also discussed are the limitations of such health educators and how best to cooperate with local health agencies.
This class will give the students the tools to handle minor health problems without needing to rely on professional medical advice. Student will learn to recognise the difference between minor and major health problems, so that they will be aware of when they need to seek professional help urgently.
Minimum of 15 class hours
“We need to realize the importance of the canvassing work as one great means of finding out those who are in peril and bringing them to Christ” (Colporteur Ministry, p. 36). This subject will cover Christian salesmanship, focusing especially on literature evangelism.
15 class hours
Minimum of 12 hours
A special emphasis on how to arrange personal finances so as to be financially independent and how that impacts our Christian calling to be faithful stewards of all that God has entrusted to us.
9 class hours
This subject will outline the origins and growth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Students will see how historical events have fulfilled Bible prophecy to date, and the role of the remnant church in preparing the world for Christ’s return.
9 class hours
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