You will be equipped to pursue what makes you come alive...

After studying First Year at the School of Faith, you should feel equipped to pursue your passion. We aim to ensure that when you graduate the School, you will clearly understand your next step towards pursuing your call and are resourced to take it. This could be further study in a course specific to your chosen vocation (like dance), a longer-term mission, starting a local ministry, a second year at School, or more. 

The period that directly follows study is critical. You will be moving out of a protected learning environment into a more self-directed environment. The School founders believe this is one of the most important development times in your life - so your next step after study receives great focus during School to ensure it is done well. It is at this point, as you are sent out, that partnership becomes critical. 

The Importance of Partnership

God made us to thrive when we work together. The School is building a movement and training a wider family who have the same values but diverse skills, who can work together after study to extend the Kingdom. For example, you may choose to start a church in an unreached place. Your team from School may have students who are strong in administration, business entrepreneurship, building relationships with people and preaching gifts. So when you all work together you aren’t just a ministry team, you’re a power team who can be self sustainable and reach out to change whole areas. There is no need for starving missionaries.

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Did you know...

John G. Lake was a successful real estate broker before his healing ministry, and Smith Wigglesworth had his own plumbing business.