Ministry Training Centre

Ministry Training Centre

Ministry Training Centre – Mountain View is pleased to introduce in 2017 a new two-year training program to teach the Word of God. The program will consist of eight courses (eight classes per course) and is open to everyone.  These courses are specifically designed to help every believer grow spiritually while equipping them to better serve Jesus Christ in practical ways within the local church. Training Centre Information: Click for Program...

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2017 Term 3 Class: Roots of Faith – Part 2 (NT)

2017 Term 3 Class: Roots of Faith – Part 2 (NT)

The Scripture is clear that the Old Testament is written for us…for our learning, for our encouragement, to give us hope and to give us a warning. The New Testament, however, is written to us. With the exception of the Gospels, the New Testament addresses the Church and its members. It addresses issues of Christian behaviour, both individual and corporate. It defines the Church’s mission: make disciples. It fosters spiritual growth to maturity and Christlikeness. The Roots of Faith addressed in the New Testament produce the Fruits of Faith in the good works of Christ’s disciples. All who are...

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2017 Term 2 Class: Roots of Faith – Part 1 (OT)

2017 Term 2 Class: Roots of Faith – Part 1 (OT)

The second course in the Ministry Training Centre curriculum is, “Roots of Faith – Part 1.” The course is an overview of the Old Testament to acquaint the learner with major personalities, significant events, and the evidence of God’s attributes as he chose the nation of Israel for himself. In addition, the course will trace the Messianic “thread” through prophecies and promises of a Saviour for the world and King of Israel. All who are interested are welcome to attend the eight sessions beginning Sunday evening, 23 April 2017 at 17:30 and ends on 11...

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2017 Term 1 Class: Making Sense of the Bible

2017 Term 1 Class: Making Sense of the Bible

Making Sense of the Bible Class – Paul instructed his young disciple, Timothy, to “do his best” to present himself approved by God as a careful interpreter of the “word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15). The course, “Making Sense of the Bible” is designed to help believers do just that. Classroom instruction, group discussion and exercises in interpreting Scripture are part of each class session. The objective is not just gaining more knowledge of the Word but applying its precepts to our lives. The eight sessions meet each Sunday evening from 5 February...

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