What is it?
The District School of Ministry is a center for leadership development providing basic and continuing education for ministerial students, ministers, and Christian workers through interactive relational learning and practical experience in a vibrant spiritual atmosphere that provides spiritual formation in the life of each student. The school seeks to provide the student with the highest quality instruction and resources possible. The District School of Ministry uniquely combines home study, classroom instruction, the student’s relationship with a mentor, and active involvement in ministry.
Why is it important?
For the Student
Oklahoma School of Ministry is designed for you. You can complete all courses for one level in one year. We have a game plan for you to follow. This is an exciting way to meet your goals. The personal study and interaction with other students is energizing. We will keep you motivated as we study together.
For the Layperson
The layperson wanting to become better equipped through systematic bible study, this is an excellent way to gain the knowledge you desire. You will join with many other exciting students to study and discuss the scriptures. You can get into the game with our game plan.
For the Minister
The ministry is a lot like other professions, there is always a need for continuing education. We must be students of the Word. Every sermon we preach or every lesson we teach is greatly effected by the amount of time we spend is Bible study. The Executive Presbytery Board strongly encourages each credentialed minister, regardless of the level of credentials, continue their education. The New Berean offers courses that have independent study text and student packets that are fresh and energizing. This is a tremendous way for each minister in Oklahoma to energize their ministry.
How much does it cost?
The cost for each course taken at the Oklahoma School of Ministry will be only $95 there will be a one time enrollment fee of $35 for The New Berean School of the Bible.
Everything is included:
Independent Study Text
Coffee & Donuts
Lots of Attention
Interaction With Other Students
Proctor for Final Exam