Course Schedule

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Registration Deadlines:

  • Regular registration ends 7-days prior to first class session
  • Late registration ends 24-hours prior to first class session (with a $25 Late Fee)
  • No students will be admitted for registration after the first day of class

Upcoming Courses

OLd Testament Survey

This course is a comprehensive survey of the story and content of the books of the Old Testament in their historical and cultural context.  Consideration will be given to God’s progressive revelation and the meaning and application of the Old Testament for Christian living.

AG History, Missions, & Governance

This course provides an overview of the organizational structure, history, and theology of the U.S. Assemblies of God with a more in-depth consideration of the structure, policies, and practices of the Southern California District Council. Also included is consideration of the philosophy and practice of Assembly of God missions.

  • March 17-18 | Friday 6pm-9pm & Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by March 10.
  • Professor: Rev. Joy Hunt & Lili Ramirez
  • Textbook: People of the Spirit (McGee) | ISBN: 1607313758

Relationships & Ethics in Ministry

This course examines the relationships that form the substance of a minister’s life and how to appropriately develop and maintain them. Included is his/her relationship with God, family, parishioners, and the community at large. The focus of the course will be how the minister should conduct him or herself in such a way that will bring honor and glory to God.

  • April 21-22 | Friday 6pm-9pm & Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by April 14.
  • Professor: Rev. Steve Johnson
  • Textbook: Relationships & Ethics in Ministry (Berean)

Introduction to Pentecostal Doctrine

This course will examine the person, work, and ministry of the Holy Spirit from an Assemblies of God perspective. Questions to be considered include: Who is the Holy Spirit? What is the role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of people? What is the Baptism in the Holy Spirit and how does one know when he/she has received it? How does one live a Spirit-filled life in the 21st Century?

  • May 9, 16, 23, & 30 | Tuesday Nights 6pm-9pm
  • Register by May 2.
  • Professor: Rev. Joy Hunt & Rev. Chaplain Edgar Cazares-Diaz
  • Textbook: The Holy Spirit (Palma) | ISBN: 0882437860

THe Prison Epistles

This course examines in detail the New Testament books of Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon. It includes consideration of the setting in which the books were written as well as the purpose for which they were written. Attention will be given to the application of the message of these books in the life of believers today.

  • June 16-17 | Friday 6pm-9pm & Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by June 9.
  • Professor: Rev. Joy Hunt & Lili Ramirez
  • Textbook: TBA

Introduction to Hermeneutics (How to Interpret the Bible)

This course is basic training in learning to understand and use the Bible in Christian ministry. The course includes the study of the principles for interpreting the Bible and hands-on practice in applying them.

Questions? Contact Pastor Joy at jhunt [at] socalschoolofministry [dot] org.