•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%
Further learning opportunities
After completing these three sections, the student can progress towards the Berean School of the Bible (Ministerial Studies). Possibility to A.A, or B.A Degree with Global University
Upon completion of the Level One Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for certified minister status in The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes a working knowledge of Bible study methods, New Testament content, and Pentecostal doctrine. He or she should also possess the basic skills needed to begin serving in a ministerial role in the local church.
Upon completion of the Level Two Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for licensed minister status in the The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes a mastery of specified Bible content, systematic theology, and ministry skills
Upon completion of the Level three Ministerial Certificate, a student should have met the academic requirements to apply for ordained minister status in The General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. This includes mastery of several of the more difficult books of the Bible, advanced theological concepts, and administrative skills required for ministerial roles
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•Demonstrate basic proficiency in Bible study methodology, especially as this discipline contributes to sermon preparation.•Demonstrate a practical knowledge of the organization and basic content of the Old and New Testaments.•Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the theological principles and doctrines that serve as a foundation of Pentecostal Christian faith.•Apply relevant fundamental biblical and theological principles in local ministry contexts. These principles include management of interpersonal conflicts, a standard of exemplary ethical conduct, and the servant oriented use of spiritual authority.•Demonstrate fundamental proficiency in a variety of pastoral leadership functions, including ecclesial responsibilities, preaching, administration, and chairing meetings.•Continue the appreciation and practice of lifelong learning.