Pensacola, Fla.–Christ for all Nations is rebranding their School of Ministry (a 2-year school that offers an Associate of Arts in Practical Ministry degree). Now known as Nations College, they will continue in the same powerful mission to equip biblically balanced, Spirit-empowered servant-leaders for global ministry.
Christ for All Nations (CfaN) was founded in early 1974 by Missionary Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke (1940 – 2019). Marked by massive crowds, staggering numbers of first-time salvations, and undeniable supernatural miracles, Evangelist Bonnke’s ministry forever reshaped global evangelism. Since CfaN began keeping an official tally in 1987, more than 83 million individuals have made Jesus Christ the Lord of their lives as a direct result of Christ for All Nation’s Gospel Campaigns and outreaches in Africa and around the world. Now led by Evangelist Daniel Kolenda, CfaN looks to build on Bonnke’s extraordinary legacy by training a new generation of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, and Christian ministers to reach their communities and beyond. Nations College is the culmination of those efforts and currently offers a two-year Associate of Arts in Practical Ministry degree. The degree includes spiritual mentorship, Holy Spirit impartation, and in-depth theological training. Academic classes include subjects such as Spirit-Empowered Living, Hermeneutics, Pneumatology, Gifts of the Spirit, Servant-Leadership, Theology, and Practice of Evangelism, plus many, many more.
In addition, students will receive mentorship in spiritual gifts and ministry from professors who are not only sound theologians but also experienced practitioners, with most having personally seen God move in miracles, signs, and wonders as they ministered. As a result, Nations College classes are like “Holy Spirit labs,” where students will get way more than mere information; they will receive a life-changing impartation! They will be empowered to help complete Christ’s Great Commission to His Church.
To learn more about Nations College, visit www.NationsCollege.org.
(SOURCE: Christ for All Nations)