The Day of the SaintsEquipping Believers for Their Revolutionary Role in the Body of Christ and in Society!
About The Day of the Saints
With Dr. Bill Hamon & Apostle Tom Hamon
The purpose of this course is to help each individual saint realize their God-ordained ministry role in the earth as it pertains to what will be the next major event of God’s restoration move, The Day of the Saints.
We will study how God’s intent from the beginning was to raise up an army of saints who would possess the kingdom and how God has restored each aspect of the five-fold ministry in order to fully equip the saints for the work of the ministry. We will discuss how God’s restoration processes have been at work over the past five hundred years to make preparation for one of the greatest movements the church has ever known, the Saints Movement.
We are preparing to see God’s Kingdom come in a revolutionary way as each saint begins to move in supernatural signs and wonders and demonstration power, not just within the four walls of the church buildings, but out in marketplace ministry.
This course will not only teach, but activate each student to begin to move in God’s power and gifting.
About Your Teachers
Bishop Bill Hamon is the founder of Christian International Ministries Network. Dr. Hamon has authored several books about the apostolic and prophetic. He travels throughout the world with a message calling believers to arise and fulfill their membership ministry and build the Kingdom of God.
Apostle Tom Hamon is the teacher for these sessions. He and his wife, Apostle Jane, are the senior pastors of Vision Church @ Christian International in Santa Rosa Beach, FL. Apostle Tom travels nationally and internationally, helping others as they establish their ministries and ministering God’s direction to the Body of Christ.
In 9 focused sections
I. We were called to be Saints
II. God’s spritual progression process
III. The first century saints movement
IV. The seven-fold anointing of Christian International Ministries
V. Competing philisophies and worldviews
VI. Understanding God’s restoration process
VII. A brief history of church restoration
VIII. Equipping the saints
IV. Saints as kings and priests
X. Restoring our vessel
XI. Activating the saints
XII. The calling and ministry of the saints
XIII. Having a Kingdom focus mentality
What is included with this course?
This course includes over 9 hours of video teaching. You will also receive PDF viewing access to a detailed student manual.
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+ hours of video lessons
- PDF manual
- Online log-in access for one (1) facilitator with permission to show the materials to a group in a live setting.
- 9+ hours of video lessons
- 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.
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, book report, and final exam.
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. (“The Day of the Saints” by Dr. Bill Hamon and “Dream: Discovering God’s Purpose for Your Life” by Dutch Sheets)
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