Spiritual AuthorityThis course presents the dynamics of being in and under spiritual authority by covering both how to lead and how to submit in a Kingdom model.
About Spiritual Authority
With Apostles Tom and Jane Hamon
This course presents the dynamics of Spiritual Authority in the Kingdom of God.
Understanding is provided in the area of how correctly submitting to godly authority positions the believer in a place of blessing. Discussion includes keys to being a godly authority when given the opportunity to lead.
The importance of learning how to be a Christian in authority and under authority to be in proper spiritual order is stressed throughout the course.
About Your Teachers
Apostles Tom and Jane Hamon are senior pastors of Vision Church @ Christian International. They also serve on the Board of Christian International Ministries Network and are part of the Executive Team of Christian International Apostolic Network. Apostles Tom and Jane oversee the SE Region of CIAN, providing spiritual covering, oversight and training to ministers in that region.
Between them, Apostles Tom and Jane have several books, CD teaching sets and individual teaching / preaching CDs that have been produced to share revelation and impartation with the Body of Christ.
In 9 focused sections
01 Defining Spiritual Authority
02 Rebellion vs. Obedience and Submission
03 The Principle of Satan’s Rebellion
04 Delegated Authority Part 1
05 Delegated Authority Part 2
06 The Character of Saul
07 A Heart of Excellence in Spiritual Authority
08 Responsibility, Characteristics, and Qualifications of True Spiritual Authority
09 David: An Excellent Spirit
What is included with this course?
This course includes nine (9) video teaching sessions that range from 39 – 73 minutes each and PDF access to a detailed student workbook.
Students taking this course for credit (i.e. working towards a degree) will also receive required homework assignments.
When does this course start and finish?
Once enrolled, you are free to work through this course at your own pace. This allows you to work through the contents in your own schedule.
How long do I have access to the course?
You will have lifetime access as long as the course remains available in our school.
How do I access the course?
Will I have homework with this course?
The only time assignments are required is if you are an accredited student working towards a degree (see accredited students section below).
- Online access to the full course for one (1) person
- 9 video teaching sessions
- PDF manual
- Online log-in access for one (1) facilitator with permission to show the materials to a group in a live setting.
- 9 video teaching sessions
- PDF manual
- Designed for churches, small groups, or schools to provide this valuable teaching within their learning community.
Accredited Student Information
In order to earn credit hours for this course, all course assignments and a research paper must be completed and submitted.
How long do I have to send in my work?
If you are taking this course as a credit student, you will have a maximum of 1 year to complete and submit all course requirements.
*If all requirements are not submitted within a 1-year period and you still want to complete it for credit, you will need to pay for the course again and re-start from the beginning. This is due to enrollment fees that are incurred annually.
Do I need to buy books for this class?
If you are taking this course to receive credit hours, there are two books that you will need to purchase in order to complete the required homework assignments. (“Spiritual Authority” by Watchman Nee and “A Tale of Three Kings” by Gene Edwards)
Is there homework required for this course?
If you are taking this course for credit. All assignments are REQUIRED. For this course your work will include: a research paper, two book reports, essay assignments, session quizzes, and a final exam.
Where can I find more information on your degree program?
After you enroll, you will be academically placed and can begin earning credit hours through our courses.
What is the credit value for this course?
Completion of this course is worth:
3.0 credit units for undergraduate students
4.0 credit units for postgraduate students