Continuing Ed for Ministers

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Continuing Education for Ministers

A Message from Andrew

Many ministers and pastors have asked me if there is a way they could be more closely associated with my ministry. Although most are already licensed and ordained and that full-time ministry is a full-time job that leaves little time to devote to a full year of study. The Continuing Education for Ministers program can be done on your schedule and in the convenience of your home or office. It will bless you as a minister and give you an even better understanding of the message of God’s unconditional love and grace.

The CEM Program is specifically for ministers who are in full-time ministry and cannot attend a Charis campus due to the demands of full-time ministry.

 

The Program

The Continuing Education for Ministers (CEM) Program is a way for ministers to complete a combination of first year and second year Charis Bible College courses and combine their ministry experience to receive a diploma through Andrew Wommack Ministries(AWM). It is specifically for ministers who are in full-time ministry and cannot attend a Charis campus due to the demands of full-time ministry.

Charis is a two-year program. The first year (38 courses) is primarily academic in the study of God’s Word; the second year (24 courses) maintains a focus on the Word of God but adds the practical, hands-on side of ministry. However, CEM is a hybrid program that combines 23 first year courses and 15 second year courses, then credits your life’s experiences as a minister in place of the additional hands-on courses of the second year Charis Bible College program. The results is a very robust, self-paced correspondence program that fast-tracks the regular two-year Charis program.

Please review and submit the required documentation in the packet listed below to be considered eligible for a diploma from Charis Bible College. To qualify for the Continuing Education for Ministers Program, you must submit your application before beginning course work.

Courses Descriptions
Course Application