In a time of much mixture and many prophetic missteps, it is increasingly important to be trained in prophetic ministry. This set of courses will ground you, biblically and historically, in the operation of prophets and prophecy. Along with your fellow online learners, you’ll get to know the scriptural and practical tools necessary to become an accurate, humble, and trustworthy prophetic voice.
Prophetic Basics is a prerequisite for this course.
This course covers the ways prophecy can be used evangelistically inside and outside the local church. It also teaches how prophecy can be used within the local church for strengthening, encouraging, and comforting, as well as directing the local church into new areas of ministry. Course objectives include gaining an understanding on the relationship between the pastor and the prophet, the responsibility of the apostolic to work with the prophet, the value of conducting local prophetic presbyteries for the local church, and how the prophetic can be used outside of church meetings. Course videos contain teachings from several of today’s prophetic voices, including Todd White, Doug Addison, Graham Cook, and Bob Hazlett.
How to take this course
New Students: Apply to become a new student with the College of Ministry →
Existing Students: Log into the student portal to enroll →
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes