Healing 1: Physical Afflictions is a Vineyard Institute course hosted by the Dayton School of Ministry. This course will provide students the Biblical model of the kingdom of God and its practical implications pertaining to healing in our lives and ministries.
Students will be auditing this course as a church-wide event. No application to DSM is required and no credit will be awarded toward certification. Registration is required and the $50 fee will include the course textbook “Doing Healing: How to Minister God’s Kingdom in the Power of the Spirit” by Alexander Venter. Registration deadline is Sunday, March 19th.
Classes will be facilitated from 6:30–8:30P every Wednesday beginning March 29th through May 31st at the Beavercreek campus in Studio N of the Family Life Center. A typical class will include a video lecture, small group discussion, and ministry time. Students will be given the opportunity to test their knowledge and understanding of course materials and to participate in a special ministry assignment.
Successful completion of this course will equip a student to demonstrate: the kingdom-based approach to healing; the role of spiritual gifts in healing; the 5-step prayer model; and the character, values, and methods of Jesus’ healing ministry.
For more information regarding this course or Vineyard Institute in general, contact Mike Coons at email@example.com.