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The Wesleyan Methodist Church also known as the Independent Methodist Church's Bible Institutes

Each of the World Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church also known as the Independent Methodist Churches run their own Bible Institute program under the banner called The Independent Methodist Bible Institutes.
As a denomination, the World Conference of the Wesleyan or Independent Methodist Church believes that theological training for any of the five fold ministry leadership callings should start in the local church. This is why they encourage all of their local churches to start our Bible Institute program as a major part of the local church activity. This means that any potential leadership is upheld in prayer by, initially trained by and eventually sent and supported from their local congregation or assembly. As a sister organization, the Jacobus Arminius Centre then coordinates the advancement of potential Pastors and Ministers by aiding their progress in religious educational studies in preparation for their vocational position.

The Jacobus Arminius Courses of Theological Study

The Jacobus Arminius Courses are Church based Seminar setting in depth study courses dealing with Arminian Theology, Wesleyan Theology and classical roots Pentecostal Theology.
The Jacobus Arminius Courses are primarily a part of the World Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church also known as the Independent Methodist Churches Bible Institute program. The Courses aim to help with the progression of theological study. It was set up in 2009 as part of the four hundredth memorial anniversary of the death of Jacobus Arminius in 1609 by the Board of the Wesleyan Methodist Church also known as the Independent Methodist Church's Bible Institutes, to offer opportunities for potential future church ministers and leaders to continue their theological studies alongside their daily lives, local church commitments and their local churches Bible Institute's courses, by arranging study days and conferences where Seminary lectures could come to local churches or a group of local churches and conduct seminars and training at Seminary level in order that assessment could be made of individual's religious educational capacities with a view to those who could be 'cherry picked' from these conferences and study days as possible applicants to become Seminarians and maybe eventually candidates for the licensed and ordained ministry of the Church.

Important Contact Links

For the World Conference of the Wesleyan or Independent Methodist Church's Bible Institute Program: Click Here

For the Jacobus Arminius Courses of Theological study:
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For the World Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church also known as the Independent Methodist Church: Click Here

 

 

 

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The information contained on this site is for educational purposes only. These statements are not intended to be comprehensive comparative theology. They are, however, grounded in classical protestant fundamentals with an emphasis on the experiential. Also, any of the courses and resources featured on this site are for educational purposes only

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