The study program of KINEO IV awards the Diploma of Christian Ministry (Dip. CM). This program will take the student’s leadership training to the next level by building on what the student has learned from previous years of study. A student will add to his/her skill-set as they continue to grow and minister as effective leaders. With a focus on developing ministry skills, leadership skills, and deeper biblical knowledge, the student will be confident and fully able to make an impact in the world around them. The student will be better equipped to lead, administer ministries within the church, and contribute to the development of other believers in the body.
Intro to KINEO - KMTC 1101
This course will provide students entering KINEO Ministry Training Center with information, discussions, and activities that will promote their understanding of their role in KINEO, as well as their role in the Body of Christ.
Hosting the Presence
By Bill Johnson
ISBN-13 : 978-0768441291
Summer Reading Assignment - must be completed by September 15, 2023
Leadership Lessons from the Life of David - CLED 4301
In this course, KINEO students will study the life of King David for ten weeks in order to learn the ins and outs of Kingdom leadership. From this giant of the Scriptures, we can learn the non-negotiables of character and competency in the life of all Kingdom leaders. Faith, humility, temptation, compromise, betrayal, and patience are just a few of the essentials that will be focused upon in this course. In the end, we see fromDavid’s own life that the goal of finishing well must always be kept before those whom God is calling to become leaders. David’s testimony will touch nearly everyplace which will arise in our lives as we follow God and lead people.
David the Great
By Mark Rutland
ISBN-13 : 978-1-62999-526-7
Components of Biblical Worship - BIBL 4302
Worship is far more than tuned instruments and on-key voices. Worship is actually the entire context for the Christian’s life. When Scripture calls us to do all things as unto the Lord, and for His glory, we find ourselves entering a life that requires wisdom, guidance, and deeper understanding. For those who treasure expressions of worship through music and voice, we should glean from the Word the most essential matters that help us to encounter the greatness of God as individuals, families, and churches. KINEO students will be equipped and challenged to worshipGod with the mind as we think about why and how we express our worship.Additionally, students will be equipped to diagnose their own hearts to see if worship has become a dry exercise or fleshly display that is lacking meaning and joyful reverence of God.
By Bob Kauflin
ISBN-13 : 978-1581348248
The God-Touched Life: Elisha (Part I) - CLED 4303
The life of the Old Testament prophet, Elisha, is a study of what it looks like for a surrendered believer to operate in the supernatural, anointed power of God. Elisha’s ministry began as an understudy of Elijah. After receiving a double portion of the anointing that rested upon Elijah, the ministry of Elisha contained stunning miracles.These first seven weeks of studying Elisha’s life and ministry place heavy emphasis upon his initial calling and training, his miracles over illness and infirmity, miracles over nature, and becoming an instrument of miraculous supply in times of need.
Double Anointing: Lessons to be Learned From Elisha
By R.T. Kendall
Discerning the Days: Elisha (Part II) - CLED 4304
In the second set of the 14-week study on the Life of Elisha, we will learn much about the gift of the word of knowledge. Though Elisha flowed in supernatural healing and miraculous power over nature, the predominant gift that spanned his entire ministry was the word of knowledge (see 1 Corinthians 12:8). Elisha’s ministry also is seen to create an intersection between God’s Kingdom and the kingdom of man (culture, government, military). The Life of Elisha helps us all to discern the days in which we are presently living, and it empowers us to live and serve as those through whom God desires to manifest His power to an unbelieving world.
Continuing with the textbook from The God-Touched Life: Elisha Part I
Transformational Church: Antioch - CHHI 4305
Most discerning Christians know that something is clearly wrong with the AmericanChurch model. Yet, do we understand what it is that is amiss, and why it is so? More importantly, do we discern what it will take to fix the foundational problems with howChristianity is represented to the world in the American Church? God established a model for church government, church mission, and church leadership in the NewTestament. The vast majority of American churches have either been ignorant of these divine blueprints, or they have intentionally ignored them, choosing instead to model churches after a lesser source of pragmatism or business models. When churches return to the apostolic model chronicled in the Book of Acts and described in the epistles of Paul (primarily in Ephesians 4:11-16), churches will become transformational in whatever cities they are planted.
The Apostolic Church Arising
By Chuck Pierce