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Bible College
Dean of Instruction: Apostle John L. Hickman, Jr

MISSION STATEMENT

Although multi-faceted, the mission of the LWFC Bible Institute and School of World Evangelism may be summarized in one statement.

Our mission is to provide a blend of solid Bible instruction with practical ministry training to equip every student with the necessary spiritual and practical preparation to become extraordinarily committed Christians.

Our goal for our graduates is three fold:

Goal #1: All graduates would have the same aspiration that the Apostle Paul had in Philippians  3:10 ( Amplified) ” [For my determined purpose is] that I may know Him [that I may progressively become more deeply and intimately acquainted with Him, perceiving and recognizing and understanding the wonders of His Person more strongly and more clearly], ….”

Goal #2: All graduates would have a well – established, firm foundation built on the knowledge of the Word of God. That the institution of the Word of God would be absorbed into their spirit man and not only into their intellect, thus the Word being sown into the good ground of the student’s heart would bring forth a mighty harvest in and through their lives.

Goal #3, All graduates would know that their responsibility and role is in fulfilling the Great Commission as Jesus stated in Mathew 28:19-20 (

19Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

20Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen). And all students would be completely equipped spiritually to launch out to fulfill their God-given call and destiny in this last days harvest.

Our concept of training is modeled after the example of the  methods that Jesus used while training His Disciples.

Method #1: Teaching by Word and instruction ( Mathew 5-7)

Method #2: Training by example ( Mathew 8-9)

Method #3, Training by the student’s personal experience. Mathew 10.

 

COURSES IN CURRICULUM

FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH

MISSIONS AND EVANGELISM

THE MINISTRY OF THE BELIEVER    

DEVELOPING GODLY CHARACTER

PRINCIPLES OF PRAYER I

PRINCIPLES OF PRAYER II

INTEGRITY OF GOD’S WORD      

THE MINISTRY OF JESUS

BIBLICAL PROSPERITY        

DEMONOLOGY

THE GIFTS & LEADING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT 

OLD TESTAMENT MEN OF FAITH

THE CHARACTER OF GOD 

THE BATTLEFIELD OF THE MIND

FAITH TO CHANGE YOUR WORLD

EXPLORING THE OLD TESTAMENT

EXPLORING THE NEW TESTAMENT 

SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY

NEW CREATION REALITIES

POWER IN THE BLOOD OF JESUS

THE HOLY SPIRIT: THE PERSON AND HIS MINISTRY

 

REQUIRED READING

Students will be assigned a list of required books to read during each semester.

The list of assigned books must be read by completion date set by the instructor.

These books should prove important and informative to the student.

Students are advised to carefully pace themselves in the reading of these books so that all required reading will be completed by the end of the semester.

Many of the reading assignments have book tests tailored to help students get the most out of each book.

A great deal of importance is placed upon the reading assignments.

At the end of each quarter, students will be required to submit a verification that they have read all required books.

VISION PAPER

Each student will be required to submit two written vision papers: one in the first academic semester and the other in the second semester.

As each student progresses through the training, his or her vision should become more refined and detailed. So the second vision paper should be an amended and refined version of the first.

Writing this vision is in compliance with God’s instructions, as found in scripture ( Habakkuk 2:2).

These papers are to be a minimum of two pages, but no more than five pages, typed with double- spacing and in outline form.

A scheduled session will be available for students who would desire further instruction on writing their vision paper.

The vision paper should be concise, detailed information regarding;

  1. Events leading to the establishment of your vision.
  2. Vision Statement.
  3. Goals.
  4. Strategies.
  5. Possible Obstacles.
  6. Strategies to overcome each obstacle.
  7. Changes you must make to fulfill your vision.
  8. Complete Resume ( Personal Profile)

The fee for LWFC Bible Institute and School of World Evangelism is $2200, which can be paid in 22 monthly installments of $100 each.  A discount is provided to students who pay the tuition in full with 1 or 2 payments.

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