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  • 301 Leadership Principles

    As Christians, we live by principles and not by rules. Rules are external conditions, which we need to comply with in order to avoid being penalized. Principles are internal and are driven by the desire for the right things. This teaching looks at some of the principles we need to live by as leaders.

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  • 302 Philosophy

    Philosophy is a very very important study. There are many different streams of philosophy that permeate through society and affect our thinking without us being aware of what is happening. This brief study will open your eyes to the way different philosophies influence the world and how to recognize them.

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  • 303 The Church

    The Church is the bride of Christ. This module teaches us about her role and conduct. How we the body of Christ should conduct ourselves.

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  • 304 Homiletics

    This is vital for every minister of the Gospel. Homiletics is the art of preparing or writing sermons.

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  • 305 Ordination

    Ordination is a requirement in many ministries today for you to be able to minister. We study ordination from a scriptural perspective so that students will know and understand the biblical principles of ordination and not the secular humanistic rules that are widespread today.

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  • 306 Accounting

    Conclusion and encouragement for the future. Congratulations on completing Leadership, you have almost completed your Bachelors’s Degree.

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  • 307 Organizational Structure and Management

    For-profit and Non-profit Organizations

    Every country has different laws governing how organizations should operate and how they
    should be structured. There are, however, many similarities and the overriding principles are
    the same. A lot of ministries around the world are not registered with their governments, and
    many of them are registered but don’t comply with the statute requirements. Registered
    organizations are considered to be juristic persons, i.e. they are separate legal entities.
    Some of the reasons for not registering include ignorance, lack of motivation, lack of funding
    and a rejection of state regulation.

    Many ministries also don’t follow correct administrative procedures.

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  • 308 Ordination and Conclusion

    The Call to Ministry

    An experience one has that is understood as a direct communication from God asking or
    directing that he or she to take up a task of some kind.

    Are you called?

    In the most basic sense, all Christians are called to ministry. The Great Commission applies
    to all believers. Every Christian is part of the Body of Christ. Fulfilling one’s role as part of
    the Body – no matter what that role is – means ministering to others. This is your purpose
    and calling. Before we even existed, God had plans for us.
    Jeremiah 1:5 NLT “I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb. Before you were
    born, I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations.”
    When you receive Salvation, your calling is activated. How you are called will generally be
    revealed later.
    Matthew 28:18-20 NLT “Jesus came and told his disciples, “I have been given all authority in
    heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptising them in
    the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all
    the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of
    the age.”

    However, most people who ask this question are really interested in whether they are called
    to vocational ministry, such as the pastorate. This is an excellent question. Certainly,
    vocational ministry has unique demands. The following are some guidelines to help you find
    out what your purpose and calling are

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