The School of Ministry, located on the campus of Calvary Albuquerque, is a ten-month, two-semester academic and practical ministry experience program.

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Register Now For The 2016-2017 School Year

Those desiring to attend the School of Ministry should submit a completed application, along with the application fee, references, and a passport-size photo no later than July 29, 2016. Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview with the director and administrator of the School of Ministry.


Calvary Albuquerque's Vision

We are a fellowship of believers who pursue the God who is passionately pursuing a lost world; we do this by connecting with one another, through worship, by the Word, to the world.

Connect Up
We express our adoration of Jesus through dynamic worship and uncompromised obedience.
Connect In
We explain the relevance of the Bible to empower and transform lives for service.
Connect Out
We extend hope to a hurting world by proclaiming the gospel and demonstrating Christ's love.

Leadership

Dr. Nelson Walker Dr. Nelson Walker is the Dean of Academics at Calvary Albuquerque's School of Ministry Skip Heitzig Skip Heitzig is the President of Calvary Albuquerque's School of Ministry

Getting Started

STEP ONE:
Pray - ensure that this is what the LORD would have you do.

STEP TWO:
Review the information contained within this website, ensure you meet the pre-requisite requirements.

STEP THREE:
Print and fill out the application.

STEP FOUR:
Get your reference forms completed.

STEP FIVE:
Submit your completed forms.

STEP SIX:
The school will verify that they have received your application and will follow up with you.

Important Dates

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Application Deadline: July 29, 2016
Registration date: August 11, 2016
First Day of Class: August 22, 2016

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Curriculum

Biblical Discipleship / Counseling The purposeful application of Godís Word to lifeís situations. Hermeneutics The science and artful practice of biblical interpretation with an overview of interpretive systems.
Old Testament This one-semester course is a survey of each OT book within its historical timeline. It examines the chronological structure, types of writing, and the original intent of God’s promised salvation in light of the New Testament fulfillment. New Testament This one semester course is a survey of each NT book within its historical context, which examines the original intent of the author and the continuous timeless application of God’s Word.
Church History A survey of how Jesus Christ has been using people and movements to build His Kingdom from the first to the twenty-first century. Worldview Apologetics Worldview apologetics is designed to train the Christian in methods and information which defend the Christian faith in a post-modern relativistic culture.
Theology I Theology I is a one-semester survey of theological systems, doctrines pertaining to who God is and how He has revealed Himself, man, sin, and the angelic realm. Theology II Theology II is a one-semester survey of doctrines pertaining to what God is doing, the church, the nature of salvation, and last things.

Requirements

Those desiring to attend the School of Ministry should submit a completed application, along with the application fee, references, and a passport-size photo no later than July 29, 2016. Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview with the director and administrator of the School of Ministry.

Class Schedule Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 11:30 am
Practical Ministry Training Five hours of practical ministry each week.
Church Attendance Wednesday evening service
One of four weekend services
Prayer room counseling after the service
Greeting before service