CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

TSSM uses a combination of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry curriculum from Redding, CA and teaching materials developed by Trinity Church staff and renowned leaders from various streams within the Body of Christ.

TSSM uses a combination of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry curriculum from Redding, CA and teaching materials developed by Trinity Church staff and renowned leaders from various streams within the Body of Christ.

FIRST YEAR

First Year is more about leading students into a life-transforming encounter with God. Our desire is that students develop healthy paradigms concerning the Father and their identity in Christ. In First Year, students are immersed in presence-driven worship, revelatory teaching and Bible study in a way that makes the Word come to life with meaning and practical insight for today. Students also learn from the writings and personal teaching of 5-fold ministry leaders living out Kingdom principles in their own lives and ministries. Activation exercises, church ministry service and community outreach help ignite and sustain both personal and corporate revivals.

The First Year School of Ministry focuses on:

  • Establishing God’s royal identity in the mind of each student; to walk in honor, love, power and authority
  • Assimilating the core values of the Kingdom, with solid biblical understanding, into the heart of the believer
  • Learning the ministry style of Jesus: to enjoy the presence of God, say what He is saying and do what He is doing
  • Being equipped and trained to fulfill Jesus’ commission to preach the Gospel, with signs following

SECOND YEAR

Successful First Year Graduates may apply to attend the Second Year School of Leadership if they believe the Lord is leading them to do so. Second Year students have the opportunity to select year-long tracks of study, which provide a more in-depth focus and specialized training in areas specific to your calling and interests. Select Second Year students are also given the opportunity to assist staff in facilitating some First Year Ministry School dynamics. They demonstrate signs and wonders, and may sometimes help equip the local congregation in supernatural ministry.

Second Year School of Leadership, students:

  • Take the skills and core values they have learned in the First Year and begin to incorporate them into their calling
  • Learn leadership principles to gain an understanding of how to lead people and establish the Kingdom in every realm of society
  • Research a revival and a revivalist from history with a view to forging similar dynamics to pioneer, build and sustain revival communities

FIRST YEAR CLASSROOM TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • The Father’s Heart
  • Intimacy and Identity
  • Personal Wholeness
  • Hosting The Presence
  • Bible Study Methods
  • Foundational Theology
  • Kingdom Perspectives
  • Church & Revival History
  • Culture of Honor
  • Gifts of the Spirit
  • Prayer and Intercession
  • Hearing God’s Voice
  • Ministering in the Prophetic
  • Healing, Signs and Wonders
  • Building Healthy Community
  • Character and Leadership
  • Outreach and Evangelism
  • Supernatural Lifestyle
  • Feeding on God’s Faithfulness
  • From Inheritance to Responsibility
  • Personal Vision and Mission

SECOND YEAR CLASSROOM TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • God’s Apostolic Government
  • Servant Leadership
  • Organizational Development
  • Kingdom Administration
  • Prophetic/Strategic Planning
  • Developing and Implementing a Vision
  • Conflict Resolution & Communication
  • Personality Profiles & Team Building
  • Effective Networking
  • Operating From Your Strengths
  • Stewarding Character & Anointing
  • Building Kingdom Culture
  • Revival Coaching & Mentoring
  • Sustaining Revival Communities
  • Community Outreach & Engagement
  • City Transformation
  • Social Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
  • Advanced Ministry Training Electives
  • Advanced Biblical Training Electives
  • Year-Long Specialized Tracks