LEAP stands for Leadership Essentials & Apostolic Principles. The program was created for apostolic ministers and has been designed to dramatically improve your biblical knowledge and effectiveness in ministry! This program is hard-hitting, transformative apostolic education refined to deliver stellar results for you in your ministry. It is ABSOLUTELY life changing!
Program Learning Outcome 1
Scripture: Demonstrate accurate knowledge of Scripture, a strong exegetical approach to Scripture, and competence in appropriate application of the biblical
Program Learning Outcome 2
Service: Demonstrate the capacity to serve contextually the mission of Christ, embracing the concepts of servant leadership.
Program Learning Outcome 3
Spiritual Formation: Demonstrate increasing awareness of the presence of Christ and an increasing conformity to the character of Christ with a perspective of priesthood of all
Upon completion Students will be finished with 25% of an associate’s degree. A standard associate’s degree is 60 credit hours.
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This course provides an introduction to and overview of the history and literature of the Old Testament. Students will be introduced to basic resources and methodologies for study. Relationship and significance of the Old Testament to the New Testament and the church will be emphasized.
This course provides a study of the background, principles, and teachings of the New Testament as they relate to a biblical worldview and the development of the early church. This is a must have for the apostolic leader!
This course addresses God’s plan and purpose for human history and explores the unfolding biblical movement and sequence of this revelation by examining each progressive epochal shift and covenant. Students also gain a deeper understanding of a biblical worldview, how it differs from other worldviews, and how it answers the basic questions of life.
This course provides an overview of the historical and doctrinal development of the Pentecostal movement from 1901 to the present. Students explore the unique connection between this emergence and the first century New Testament Church. Special emphasis is given to the apostolic movement and the progression of growth, traditions, and distinctives. Students will finish with a firm grasp of major events and organizational issues within the Pentecostal movement over the last century.
In this course, students examine spiritual formation as an initial and ongoing foundation for the development of their leadership capacity. Students discover their strengths and explore God’s calling in their life. Concepts include spiritual disciplines, spiritual authority, types of leadership and passions for leadership.