Elijah House School of Ministry: Course 201
Elijah house school of ministry: Course 201
Elijah House prayer ministry is a type of biblical counseling that is pastoral in nature. Prayer Ministry Training Course 201 lays the foundations for healing and transformation, both for the students themselves, and for equipping the saints for inner healing and the work of binding up broken hearts (Isaiah 61:1)
School lessons include core Elijah House teachings that help us understand how bitter roots are formed and how broken hearts can be healed through the biblical process of repentance and forgiveness. Tools of prayer ministry are taught in this series of lessons, as well as conditions that influence how best to minister. There are 25 lessons, as well as two demonstrations with volunteers from the school. Practical experience is gained through small group ministry time with guidance from experienced leaders. Students are provided with a study guide containing lesson notes, references, and enrichment articles.
School formats are flexible and include both lessons and practice sessions that provide a pace which allows students easy assimilation, with close mentoring by an assigned small group leader during the entire curriculum. Personal support groups model accountability. Within a small group, you can grow and flourish as an individual and learn to be transparent and more trusting in close spiritual relationships. Our courses are typically held in Kingwood and Katy Texas but the school can be offered in another region upon request.
Course Topics Include:
Biblical Basis of EH Prayer Ministry
Bitter Judgments & Expectancies
Heart & Mind
Repentance & Restitution
Rightly Expressing Emotions
Honoring Father & Mother
Praying to Release Trauma
Deliverance & Inner Healing
Reconciling with God (Spiritual Rebellion)
How We See God
Common Errors in Prayer Ministry
Sealing Our Healing
Elijah House schools provide substantial training and experience in the Elijah House model of prayer ministry which is a form of pastoral counseling. We are not an accredited institution offering college credit. However, for those pursuing degree programs, college accreditation may be available through their college, graduate program, or seminary. Many higher education institutions acknowledge and give credit for prior learning which can include work experience and non-accredited courses like this one.
People who complete Course 201 are often also interested in Course 202.
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